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Abdominal pain, painful intercourse. Taking clomid. Tested negative for STDs. Causes?

Hi i had a question about having abdominal pain and a lot of pain during intercourse . It bothers me to bend over turn over and any pressure at all on my abdomen is very painful. Intercourse with my husband is extremely painful. This has been going on about 5 days. I had my second round of clomid starting Sep 29. This has never happened before. I have had 1 partner in 3 years and been tested for std and was negative for all of em. Thank you.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there Amanda.

I fear that you may be experiencing some symptoms of either vaginismus or some pelvic inflammatory disease.

It is very difficult online to comment sans clinically examining the patient.

Please visit a gynecologist on the ground nearest you for best results.

I understand you have been tested for STD's & are negative. It may be a simple bacterial/fungal UTI that are quite common in women.

It may be also related to the ovaries & cycles. Please get an abdominal ultrasound done & perhaps a transvaginal ultrasound. Please do visit your gynecologist with these.

I could sugggest a treatment but that would be harsh sans all the tests & the clinical examination.

I do hope have given you enough information to make an informed deciscion & Godspeed..wish you good physical & sexual health in the long run. Cheers!

Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD
Vikram Hospital, Banglaore, India
Answered: Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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