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Have Mirena coil inserted. Brown discharge in vagina. Cramping, abdominal pain. What is going on?

i had an IUD (Mariana) inserted yesterday, i went to check for the string tonight and found that i had a lot of dark red, and brown pasty (dryish) type stuff inside my vagina .. the obgyn that inserted it told me i would have some spotting, which i have but hasn t started letting off yet. i have the slight cramping and some slight pain on my right lower abdomen near my right hip. i have never had any kind of yeast infections before so im extremely concerned. the stuff isn t coming out on its own, i didn t even realize it was there till i went to check the string, what is going on?
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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The procedure of insertion of an intrauterine device, usually leads to some amount of spotting and this is perhaps the discharge you are observing. It will clear off in a day or two. Should you perceive increasing pain, foul smell or increase in the amount of the discharge, you should report to your consultant and get the necessary attention. Please maintain genital hygiene and abstain from sexual intercourse until the spotting subsides. Hope your query has been clarified. Wish you good health.
Answered: Mon, 30 Dec 2013
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