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Q. Why do I have back and stomach pain and no periods from the last six months?

Answered by
Dr. Eeshani Dutta
and medically reviewed by Dr.Nithila A
This is a premium question & answer published on Jul 28, 2019

Hello doctor,

I have a 28-day cycle my last menstrual was six months before. I have been having lower stomach cramps, lower back cramps in thighs and calf cramps. My husband ejaculated in me on the very next month, kindly tell me what is going on?

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First of all, please rule out urinary tract infection by doing urine routine examination and culture sensitivity.

There may be many other causes of chronic pelvic pain.

1. Ovulation pain occurs mid-cycle but self-limiting.

2. Endometriosis may cause severe painful periods.

3. Vaginal infection, vaginal discharge, foul-smelling discharge.

4. Pelvic congestion, constant pain throughout starting from a mid-cycle, may stay till periods, reduce after periods.

5. Irritable bowel syndrome, relation with bowel motions.

6. Interstitial cystitis, increased frequency of urine, pain fluctuates with urination.

Please consider doing a urine pregnancy test, if you miss your next periods. You can also do blood for pregnancy (hCG) test, after two weeks of unprotected intercourse.


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