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Pain in lower abdonmal and did unwanted works??

By Anonymous July 14, 2013 - 3:37am
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Hello Dr.i just wanted to ask u a simple thing .please if u dont mind please let me know....i am very tensed dear...please help me out to clear my Doubt...please..the scenario is that i Did sex for the first time from 15th to 17th jun and on 16th i took Unwanted 72 and after three days i got temporary period for three days...so i thought that unwanted is worked out ..before this my regular period came on 8th jun to 12th jun. now again my bf did sex with me from 5th july afternoon to 8 july till morning 8.00 and this time we used condom around all the time we did sex but 2 times condon was teared 1 @ the night of 5 july and the teared part also were inside my p***y but it came out on 11th july morning when i was pissing. and 2nd time in 7 july also condom was teared but both time he wasn't not ejeculated inside me. so therefore on 6 july @ evening i took unwanted 72. and on 5th july to 6 july we did intercource near about 8 - 10 times and he is also having very bigger than average. but now my lower abdonmal is paining a lot even my right leg above my knee is paining a lot i.e thigh and hip part, i even cant seat properly and on 12 morning i got vomiting........why this is happpening and what are the chances of pregnency????

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Hi Anonymous,

Since you are ill, you should always seek a physicians assistance to be sure nothing is wrong. Is there a possibility? The simple answer is yes - if you have sex, there is always a possibility. Do yourself a favor and go see your physician.

Good luck,

July 14, 2013 - 5:35am
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