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Lower back pain, hunger, stomach pain after sex

Rolling Eyes lower back pains stomach is growing hungry all the time and stomach pains after sex and jurying the day what could this be?
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replied June 30th, 2013
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Low back pain, increase in hunger/appetite, pelvic discomfort could suggest pregnancy possibility, but the pain during or after intercourse that you describe could be indicative of possibilities like vaginal infection, injury, cervicitis, cervix erosion, cervical dysplasia, pelvic adhesions, endometriosis, PID, etc. You should consider visiting your doctor/gynecologist for examination and go ahead with getting thorough evaluation done to confirm/rule out pregnancy and to look for the underlying cause for your symptoms and a vaginal swab/smear test done (to confirm/rule out infective causes), etc. Treatment as appropriate (based on examination findings and evaluation results) would be started to help you control the symptoms. Be in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/gynecologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately. Drink plenty of water. Take adequate rest. Maintain healthy diet and lifestyle. Avoid vaginal douching, use of harsh soap or perfumes in the area. Use loose cotton undergarments and avoid use of tight fitting clothes. Avoid sweat accumulation in the area and keep the area clean and dry. If infective cause is detected, get your partner also treated simultaneously to prevent chances of re-infection, and avoid having intercourse while being on treatment.
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