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What is the cause for vertigo and vomiting after having intercourse ?

i had protected sex with my fiancee just 2days after her periods now after 16 days of our intercourse she has vertigo & puckish feeling is she likely 2 b pregnant? note:- she has a weak health & she had this symptoms before the intercourse as well & m sure the condom was not punctured.
Asked On : Tue, 18 Oct 2011
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Having sex just two days before the expected periods with an unbroken condom reduces the chances of pregnancy considerably. If she has had her period on the due time after having sex then the pregnancy is ruled out.Vertigo and pukish feeling are not conclusive of pregnancy. She needs to have a urine test done to rule out the pregnancy.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal

Answered: Fri, 21 Oct 2011
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