Posted by Jessica R. Brown, MD on June 22, 19100 at 17:39:42:
In Reply to: Question for Dr. Jessica R. Brown, M.D. posted by Tracy on June 22, 19100 at 14:54:44:
Dear Tracy: Yes, it sounds unlikely that you are pregnant but sometimes we can be surprised, so I can't in good consiousness tell you not to do a pregnancy test- but ask your own physician. On your second point, if only it were true that sex was a treatment for PCOS! It is true that postmenopausal women who are sexually active generally have few symptoms of vaginal atrophy/dryness because blood flow to the genitalia does increase with sexual activity, but I don't think this is applicable to you.
: I am not that sexually active. My last sexual situation was May 6 and I was on Estrastep FE at the time and we also used a condom. Would my chances of being pregnant be that great? I was on my period lightly at the time as well.
: Also, would sex help my Uterus? Someone told me that sex stimulates the vagina and uterus enough to help the cysts and the lining of the uterus...is this a myth or will it help??
: PLEASE clear that up for me, thanks!!!
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