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Abdominal pain during sex, pulled muscle medication ineffective

My fiance has been having sever pains in his lower abdomen while having sexual intercorse... We have taking him to multiple doctors and they just say it is a pulled muscle well this has been happening for the last 2 years is steadly getting worse. We have ruled out stds and the medication they gave him for the pulled muscle is not making it any better... I was woundering if you might have any ideas what it might be
Asked On : Tue, 3 Apr 2012
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Hi, I think a visit to a good urologist may be helpful. If the pain is specifically during intercourse & not during any other postural change it is more likely to be related to genitourinary organs. Cause could be an infection of prostate gland, a lower urinary tract infection or other pathology. I think a urine & semen culture should be performed & he needs a specialist review. May God help him.
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