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Feel pressure during sex, frequent urination the following day, suffer with intermittent stomach issues, have weight loss. Help?

recently having pressure during sex and need to pe e alot the next day. have also being suffering from stomach issues.have seen uroligst and test done and test done and is fine only thing noticed was mildy constipated so sent to gastroenterolgist had endoscopy given zotan for acid reflux had colonoscopy an sure they said everything was fine .i need help as this is really affecting me have lost 2 stone in weight which i really cud not afford 2loose hel
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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It probably seems like you have a Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) that is causing pressure during intercourse.

Another cause is Tuberculosis as you have lost considerable amount of weight.

Please get yourself evaluated by an ultrasound scan of the pelvis, look out for possible abdominal or pelvic Tuberculosis.

Hope this helps you.

Get well soon.
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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