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What causes abdominal pain after intercourse?

extreme general abdominal pain along with complete hematuria after intercourse with a history of nausea, chronic headaches, GERD, intermittent lower RT abdominal pain, with a history of 1 incidence of drug overdose and alcohol poisoning and numerous accounts of head trauma
Asked On : Fri, 14 Mar 2014
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Intermittent right lower abdominal pain and hematuria, suggest a right ureteric stone. Which due to incresed muscular contractions during intercourse could had lead to acute ureteric colic pain.

General abdominal pain is due to gastritis with is not subsiding due to your continued alcohol and drug intake, despite having gerd.

I would suggest that you get an ultrasound of your abdomen done along with a routine urine test to look for the stone and start on a ppi tablet like omeprazole or pantaprazole.

Further management will depend upon the location, size and number of stones.

Hope i have been helpful.

Dr. Ashish Verma

Answered: Sat, 17 May 2014
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