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Skin rashes after having intercourse, joint pain, migraine, tender breasts. History of under active thyroid. Treatment for symptoms?

I am a 32 year old woman, and for the past 3 years i keep coming out in a rash every time my husband and I are intimate even though we ve been together for 11 years. However the past few months my joints have been really sore bordering on crying when weight applied, i ve had a relly bad migraine for the past 2 days, but i know have a rash on my torso arms and legs and my husband hasn t even touched me today. I do have an underactive thyroid . My breasts are really tender too. If it weren t for the fact my husband had the snip 6 years ago after our 3rd child, i could swear i was pregnant, i felt like this while pregnant with my second child. Have any ideas what s wrong?
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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Thanks for Query,
Your rash has no relation with intercourse it may be a coincidence.
you have arthritis leads to crying pain of your joints. You need to work up for it with your Doctor.
Your tender breast may be due to Pre menstrual phenomenon but to confirm further you advise to undergo home pregnancy test if you miss your period.
Your under active thyroid & migraine has no relation with present symptoms.OK
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