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Lower abdominal pain, nausea during intercourse. Tampon, Paraguard IUD inserted. Treatment?

I recently got the Paraguard IUD . A few days ago I experienced pain during intercourse in my lower abdomen that made me nauseous. More recently, when I inserted a tampon I felt similar pain and extreme discomfort. My current health care provider says my strings look the proper length and she could not see my IUD irritating my cervix . (The speculum insertion was also painful) I have never had issues with intercourse or with using a tampon. Is there an explanation for why I experience pain with insertion?
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
The reason of your pain during intercourse or tampon insertion is due to Vaginitis.
This is complication of IUD insertion procedure that you may get vaginal infection leads to pain during intercourse.
Ask your doctor he will prescribe you local application cream or pessery that will help you.
Answered: Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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