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Having pain in my groin and back after mirena coil fitted

Hi ive had the mirena coil fitted 3 weeks ago and have been suffering with pain in my groin and back. I went back to the gynacology unit and they gave me a scan an internal scan and said my coil was in the right place. The pain is more severe on a night and no painkillers ease it. It comes in waves like contractions. My gp prescribed me antibiotics last week in case of infection. I have finished these and the pain is still the same. Please help i cant handle these pains much longer
Asked On : Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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Hi welcome to Healthcaremagic

Since the Pain in the groin and back caused after the placement of mirena, you can remove the Mirena IUCD and opt barrier method of contraception(condoms)... If the pain still persists then investigations like USG scanning is needed to find the cause for the pain eg. kidney stone may also cause pain.. since you had already treated for the RTI ,do not take further anti biotics, remove the Mirena and observe for pain..
Answered: Wed, 22 Jun 2011
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