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Had unprotected sex. Am sick with flu, on nyquil. Have abdominal pain. Feel bloated. Problem?

Hello , i am 20 years old and i had unprotected sex 3 weeks ago . The last time i got my period was Aug. 24th 2013 it's now oct. 10th 2013 & no cycle . I am sick as in the flu and I've been taking medicine like nyquil and dayquil ive been tired and today i had lower abdominal pains under both sides and i am sooo bloated , am not sure if it could be an uti again our i could be expecting , for now no tests have been taken place because i am so terrified on the answer am just waiting impatiently for my cyclecycle . Any opinions would bee great , thanks !
Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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Hi ! Good evening. I am Dr Shareef answering your query.

In my opinion there is no point in shying away from any kind of problem if you consider it to be a problem at all. Be brave to face it solve the problem.
Because of the unprotected sex, there are every chances of a UTI, a pelvic infection, and considering your delayed period an unsuspected pregnancy as well. I would like you to get examined clinically by a gynaecologist, who may go for some routine blood tests like CBC, Blood sugar, HbsAg, HIV test apart from a serum HCG estimation, a urine routine and microscopic test followed by a culture and sensitivity test if need be, and an ultrasound at the end to confirm or otherwise a suspected pregnancy or any other pathology in the pelvis. You can continue taking medicines for your flu.

I hope this information will help you in solving your problem. Thanks for using healthcaremagic forum for your health query. Good luck.
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