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Muscle Spasm

A muscle spasm is a sudden involuntary movement of one or more muscles in the body. It is caused due to dehydration, stress, muscle fatigue, restricted blood supply, inadequate stretching, and depletion of electrolytes. There is muscle twitching with spasm in the affected region. It is treated by stretching, doing massage, doing exercise, keeping the body hydrated, and applying ice packs helps to provide relief.

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Why do I have lower abdominal pain after sexual activity?

Query: Hello doctor, I had intercourse without penetration three days ago, and from the next day, I am having lower abdominal pain on my left side. Kindly help me with your opinion.  Read Full »

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Answer: Hi, Welcome to Intercourse is said only when there is some penetrative component. Would you please elaborate on what was done? Do you have any inflammation, redness, or ulceration in that area? Kindly follow up with elaboration on your complaint to evaluate you further. Thanks.  Read Full »

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