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Have IUD. Having sharp abdominal pain. Opted to remove loop. Prescribed antibiotics, painkillers. Matter of concern?

I ve had a loop or UID for 5years. For the 1st time since yesterday I woke with a sharp abdominal pain . Over the last 9 months I ve complained to my GP about spotting. Over the last month it became regular, to weekly!! I saw the GP again this morning for this pain, did a sonar, urine test, then opted to remove the loop. Urine test was positive for blood & LEU (3+ -500) not sure what that means??! He gave me some antibiotics & painkillers. He said there is no need for further test. Should I be worried??
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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would suggest for testing. Doing a urine culture, antibiotic sensitivity sensitivity tests could be useful. Monitoring the regularity and intensity of bleeds and pain could be useful. Visiting a gynecologist for a more experienced and specialist opinion could be more advisable.
Hope this helps,
Thanks and best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
Answered: Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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