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Is lower abdominal pain after sex normal? Me and my husband have been trying to have a baby for
about 16 months now so we dont use any type of protection while having sex. But the last
couple times after sex and he has a orgasm inside me it feels like his sperm is just not alive
for some reason but I'm having pain. What do you think it is? Because each month that
we have sex unprotected I have a period for that month so I dont think I can even have kids...
You really need to go be evaluated by a gynocologisy. You may have a cyst that is blocking you from having a child. this can be removed and you will be relieved from painful sex and will be able to concive. dont put it off go get checked
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