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Mild vaginal irritation, lower abdominal pain with low back pain. Am I pregnant ?

Hi Doc, I m a 26 years old girl. i m having some problem like since 5 days i m having vaginal irritation though mild. yesterday i had severe lower abdominal pain during evening. And today i m having severe lower back pain just like i used to have during my periods. I had sex with my fiance last Wednesday then on Sunday with protection. And from Monday morning i m having all this problem. I m scared of many things. So I request you could you suggest me what should I do now. Thank you I m sorry I can t proceed anymore
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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hi these symptoms ara not of pregnancy.when you had 1st intercourse it caused the abrasions on inner walls of had mild symptomson seconed time you used protection it injured the previous slightly healed area causing infection and severe pain and you should have pain killer,vaginal cream(canesteen vaginal cream) and avoid sex for seven days.god will take care of you
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