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Weird stomach pains since sex, urge to urinate frequent but no urine, excessive hunger. Cause?

i had sex with my girlfriend two nights ago and we were safe about it and used a condom. she has birth control but she says it doesnt really prevent pregnancy it just regulates it. im not sure what she meant by that but anyways we werent able to finish and i didnt even ejaculate anyways. so im pretty sure shes not pregnant but she says shes been having these weird stomach pains since then. she says its as if she has to pee but doesnt and like shes hungry but isnt. so ive read that other people have had weird stomach pains but none of them are described like hers.
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns. Please tell your girl friend not to worry much. You, yourself is dam su8re that your girl friend cannot become pregnnt, and you says that she is complaining about some weird feelings in her stomach. In fact, She may not even have such weird sensations even if she is pregnant, for sure. Therefore, you have to rethink. The trouble you are mentioning about urination could be due to some inflamation of infetion of the urinary tract. This inflammation is possible after having sexual intercourse. You should ask her to consult a gyncologist for further advice on urinary tract inflammation, not pregnancy.

Hope this answers your query. Available for further clarifications.
Good luck.
Answered: Sun, 5 Jan 2014
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