hi i had sex last night and it become very painful in my lower abdinum when we finished it was so painful it brought me to tears in second i coulnt move then i started feeling sick and breathin fast and shacking as i moved of my bed when i got to the door i just passed out i didnt no i did till my boyfriend who was very worried woke me and sed i was out for around 10 seconds i was sweating he said i was shaking whilest on the floor i didnt go to hospital as it was rather embarrasing ive had pains befor but never like this .
Doesn't sound like pregnancy to me but I would get tested for the endometriosis. I have had pain before but it was not that severe and it was because I had bladder irritation and just drank more water. Yours sounds more serious and should be addressed by a doctor PLEASE.
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