I am a 25 year old mother of two (a four year old and a five year old) I had a miscarraige in 2001 at four and half months along. I had not had sex for the past 3 and half years till couple weeks ago (three weeks) For the past week at least I have been having very sharp pains in my pelvic area going up to my stomach area. I feel very quesy, light headed, and in pain. I also havent been feeling like eating much! This only happens after I have had sexual intercourse and its only with one man and we have both been checked for STDs and anything else that might be there. I havent taken a pregnancy test yet cause its only been three weeks. I have been told by two doctors a urologist and my obgyn that I have a tilted cervix. Pain medication isnt helping to even dull the pain either!
What could be causing these problems and how could i fix it~!
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