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    sex to soon
    An_245575 posted:
    I had ablation done on 5/22/2012 i would like to have sex now but they say wait for 2 weeks what is the worst thing that could happen?
    rhondamay responded:
    An_245575, I am not a doctor but I think you would be taking a risk by having sex so soon. During orgasm most women have contractions in their uterous and your uterous needs time to heal from the ablation. It is possible you could have severe pain and/or hemorraging. I would follow the doctors instructions. She/he probably had a reason for giving them to you.

    Good luck,

    fcl responded:
    The worst thing that could happen? A nasty infection that could take ages to treat ...
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.

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