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Bleeding after IUD insertion, pain. No periods. Any clue?

Hi, I had IUD inserted 8 March,A week before that my monthlys were finished for the month. Very painfull on insertion and alot of bleeding. It felt like I was going to die. 3 Days later was in so much pain and constant bleeding that they suggested I take it out. Which was just as painful. I am yet to have my menstrual cycle again, but still sitting with pain. When the sister removed it she wrote a letter for me to go to a day hospital for a abdominal scan, explaining that I moved on insertion, but it was so sore, I had no choice thinking there could be something more wrong. Any clue on what could have happened?
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thanks for your query.
Probably the IUD could have perforated the uterus, and moved out.
Another possibility is that it was inserted with difficulty creating a false passage.
You should definitely visit a gynecologist and have a thorough check up and abdominal and pelvic scans.
take care.
Answered: Thu, 4 Jul 2013
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