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pain in her abdominal area and slight inflamation?

Hello, i really need help guys, me and my gf also my future wife to be we've decided never to do intercourse before our marraige but today we got caried away and just to stimulate ourseleves we rubbed our genitals and did fingering too, but im 90% positive while rubbing i didn ejac any precum and even if i did i wiped it off before rubbing again, there was no insertion, after we did it my gf said she had pain in her back and in the morning like 4 hours later she told me with the backache she now had pain in her abdominal area or just bellow the stomach and slight inflamation in her vagina, im really worried is she pregnant? Please help me out;(
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replied March 19th, 2012
Welcome to e health forum.

You need not worry about pregnancy.

There is no chances of pregnancy, as you have mentioned the lack of complete sexual intercourse and there was no ejaculation.

Her symptoms mentioned could be due to urinary infection, which is commonly associated with vaginal fingering and foreplay.

She should try to increase her fluid intake and practice good perineal hygiene. Drinking cranberry juice can also help her symptoms.

Adopting a few precautions and important measures will help prevent recurrent urinary infections. These include -

1. Good hygiene - for females, wiping from front to back helps keeps pathogens in the perineal region away from the urethra;

2. Complete bladder emptying and avoiding the urge to resist normal urinary urge is important.

3. Washing and urinating before sexual intercourse and soon after sex, also helps to reduce the chance of urethritis / cystitis.

4. Avoiding factors that irritate the genital area also is helpful. For example, tight clothing, deodorant sprays, or other feminine products like bubble bath should be avoided as they may encourage UTI development.

5. Wearing absorptive underwear (for example, cotton instead of those made with synthetic material) may help wick away urine drops that otherwise may be areas for pathogen growth.

In case her symptoms, do not subside consulting a doctor for a urinalysis and treatment of any infections might be needed.

I hope this helps.
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replied March 19th, 2012
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Just one more thing sir, while rubbing if just a drop or very little precum was rubbed ON TO her vagina nowhere near inside her, could these symptoms be then related to pregnancy? ive asked her now, she took paracetamol and slept, after waking up, she says theres no pain at all, her breasts feel normal too, and the cramps are now gone, is there a need to worry still?
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replied March 19th, 2012
Plz reply soon
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Just one more thing sir, while rubbing if just a drop or very little precum was rubbed ON TO her vagina nowhere near inside her, could these symptoms be then related to pregnancy? ive asked her now, she took paracetamol and slept, after waking up, she says theres no pain at all, her breasts feel normal too, and the cramps are now gone, is there a need to worry still?
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replied March 19th, 2012
Just one more thing sir, while rubbing if just a drop or very little precum was rubbed ON TO her vagina nowhere near inside her, could these symptoms be then related to pregnancy? ive asked her now, she took paracetamol and slept, after waking up, she says theres no pain at all, her breasts feel normal too, and the cramps are now gone, is there a need to worry still?
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replied March 19th, 2012
Thank u so much sir, thats a big relief
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Thank u so much sir, thats a big relief
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