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Hello Doctor...
I had the same issue yesterday.
Yesterday I cooked breakfast for my boyfriend and I, we then drunk some chardonnay, but I only had some with some orange juice and it wasnt alot to where I would be intoxicated. After that we had sex and when we did I was fine and 5min later I started feeling weird and my stomach was locking up pretty bad. Then I ran to the bathroom and threw up. Then I felt alot better as time went by. My period, last month was a little late late like 3 days off but it was on the full 5 days. I always used protection during sex. Also this time he used a flavored banana latex condom and I did give oral with the condom on him. Is that why it happened? What do you think it is?
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replied December 14th, 2011
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
The nausea and vomiting could be due to the citrus drink that you took with the Chardonnay along with the oral sex causing acute gastric reaction/gastritis. If you are feeling better you can relax. If the symptoms continue and if you are not on any form of regular birth control measures, then chances of pregnancy are a possibility (condoms do not give you 100% protection). Look out for development of any other new symptoms. Visit your doctor/gynecologist at the earliest for further evaluation and assistance if the symptoms persist or if you have abnormal or delayed periods or if you miss your periods.
Take care.



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