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On IUD, get intermittent stabbing pains in lower abdomen around ovary with nausea, frequent urination. Ectopic pregnancy?

I have an IUD , just got it in January. The past two days I have been having intermittent pain (like a mild stabbing ) in my lower left abdomen, right around where my ovary would be. It is more frequent at night. Tonight I also started feeling nauseated and I am afraid I may be experiencing an ectopic pregnancy . I have also noticed an increase in urination (however that may just be my mind playing tricks on me because I am worried about it). I was wanting to know if it could be a problem with my IUD or if I could be pregnant.
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have inserted IUD and getting pain in left lower quadrant of your abdomen.You are worried aand suspecting to be an ectopic pregnancy which is most unlikely.Your pain may be due to some other reason .Pl get your ultrasound scanning done this will help you to rule out any ectopic gestationand will help in to diagnose the reason for pain in abdomen. may be urinary stone.
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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