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Posted by: ndumi | 2010/07/09

should i be worried

hi i have been having abdominal went to gyne and she said everythung was normal ,this problem strated after having my first baby. and when having sex i experience the same problem

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If your gynae found nothing wrong, then it is probably not a gynae problem. See a GP to assess whether there are any bowel or urinary problems
Best wishes

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2010/07/13

If your gynae found nothing wrong, then it is probably not a gynae problem. See a GP to assess whether there are any bowel or urinary problems
Best wishes

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