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Have clotting and cramps, UTI, traces of blood and protein in urine. Had IUD inserted. Suggest?

I had an IUD inserted on 17th January 2013, discovered 7 weeks later that my iud had gone (according to my gp) when I went to see him after clotting and cramping pains. My bleeding (lasted 5 days and completely stopped 12 days ago, yet the cramping is still present and in my opinion is getting worse. My fiance and I had sex on average 3 to 5 times a week between 2 days after the iud was inserted until we discovered it was gone 14 days ago. I saw the nurse 7 days ago and did a urine sample as she wondered if I had a Urinary Tract Infection , sample tested at the doctor showed traces of blood and protein (however the sample result came back from the medical laboratory as not having a Urinary Tract Infection at all). What is going on? !
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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hi, you did not mention if you had any urinary symptoms like burning, frequency, urgency or fever. These indicate urinary infection. Blood and while cells in urine can be due to contamination by vaginal secretions into urine sample while collecting. the cramps can be due to clots in the uterus or associated inflammation. You should consult your gp or a gynecologist for the same. I would suggest a sonography of pelvis as well as KUB region, but let your doctor decide. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 14 Jul 2013
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