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Having long periods, coil fitted, sexually active. Advised coil removal, shadow on cervix. Worried?

hi im nikki am 35 yrs old,and for the last 10 months i have been having periods that last upto 23 days,i have had a coil in for the last 4 years,and having sex with my partner which is not frequent,i ll still bleed and i get a pain on my left side of abdomen ,ive had all STI done and they have come clear, my nurse has recommended that i have the coil removed and due to the abnormal bleeding my smear test cant be done so i have to go and see a gyny, also i have a shadow on my cervix is this something to worry about,as i am going out of my mind with worry,thanxs nikki.
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Hello ma'am and welcome.

There are two most common complications of having the coil inserted:
1. Pain
2. Bleeding

I would recommend a visit to your gyne at the earliest who shall asses the cause for the bleeding, and decide accordingly whether or not to remove the coil.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Mon, 2 Dec 2013
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