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Headaches, backaches, abdominal pain, bloating, tiredness. Had sex post IUD removal. Pregnancy?

i had a iud put in 2010 i had it removed on july 3rd 2012 do to were trying to get pregnant i had a light bleeding til july 5th. we had intercourse on the 18th which is one day exact after i olvlated i am having bad headachs,backachs that come and go and pain in my right side abdom i feel bloted i cant seem to go to bed at night but i am super tired during the day we have two children an i feel like am pregnant
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Dear just have sex an if u get pregant it is less likely that all of this symproms are due to preganacy
Pregnancy does not cause that time of symptoms in initiation
Ur anxiety may cause all this symtoms or u may have some infection or gastric trouble.
U have to do 2 things
First go for USG n rule out preganancy
Second consult ur physcian regarding this symptoms and undergo some basic test
Be relax
Get well soon
Thank u
Answered: Fri, 13 Jun 2014
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