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Pain high in vagina after sex 5 days ago. With alot of

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Pain high in vagina after sex 5 days ago. With alot of urinuary incontinence since (never had this problem before) negative test for pregnancy and negative for uti. Please help explain what may be happening
Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: OB GYN
Expert:  wieyedoc replied 1 month ago.

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Expert:  wieyedoc replied 1 month ago.

Was there anything unusual in the sexual activity 5 days ago?

What type of doctor examined you and said you were normal/no UTI/pregnancy?

Was a pelvic exam done?

Do you have any other medical problems or take any medications?

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Customer: replied 1 month ago.
No pelvic exam done. Am taking huneria injections and 6 mercaputurpurine for crohns in bowel been on those for some time now. Did have sex, maybe slightly rough sex, around the time this started, could it be that?
Expert:  wieyedoc replied 1 month ago.

Yes, that could be it.

That being said, if you are still having discomfort in a few days then get into see your OB/GYN for a full exam, including a pelvic.

Of course, refrain from sexual intercourse until things feel back to normal.
This is the safest way to go.

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