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Hello Doctor, i am married 2 days ago and we had not any sex as my wife was in her periods .but we had some foreplay. and today my wife complains about some pain the abdomen although we had not had any sex.kindly know why is this happening. alsi let us know what precautions or contraceptive pills can be taken to avoid pregnancy as we have no family planning as of now.
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Hello, Is she expecting her periods? You can visit a gynecologist and she will prescribe safe contraceptive pills to avoid pregnancy.
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Hi, this pain may be periods cramp. For contraception she can use low dose contraceptive pills . Otherwise use condoms.
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Not to be worry its a part of period so dont worry
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this cralping is period related. do not bother . first of all 6  days after period is over is safe so u can have unprotected intercourse. i would suggest use condom after that . oher option is low dose oc pills which can be taken one day for 21 days .
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