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Frequent stools, migraine, back pain. Had unprotected sex with stranger. What could be this?

i have been frequently stooling for 2 weeks now, as well as a migrane which i experience mostly at night, and back pains, i don't know what's wrong, i had unprotected sex 3 weeks ago with a stranger, i am not so proud of myself, i went to conduct a test 2 weeks ago, i'm still waiting for the result. But and i am worried i might be infected with a bacteria infection, please what do you think might be wrong with me. your reply would be very much appreciated
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Hi Welcome to HCM

I understand your concern. However, the information you have provided is very limited to offer any advice. Looks like the frequent stooling which I assume means diarrhea could be due to food poisoning or upset stomach.

The unprotected sex as you have mentioned may be related to back pain, although I would advice consulting your primary physician to rule out any possibility of urinary tract infection. Other symptoms such as migraine is unlikely to be related to the sex.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Thu, 18 Jul 2013
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