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Have mirena coil. White and gray tissue in urine, stomach pain, no period. What is going on?

ive had the mirena in since last year june, but idk if this is even associated with it, but today i jad a ball of white and gray tissue in my urine when i went, and now im having really sharp pain in my stomach , and i dont have regular periods, havent since last july, but 2 weeks ago i bled for a week straight, and i usually only spot for 2 days every 6 to 8 weeks.what is going on?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Hi thanks for the query.

Irregular bleeding may be due to mirena coil which is known to cause it.Urine problem may not be related to it.

In my opinion, you should get a complete urine examination and culture/ sensitivity and ultrasound lower abdomen including kidneys and urinary bladder done to find out the exact cause of your problem.

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