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Passing white tissue during period with pain

I had the Mirana IUD placed at the end of Feb. Since then I ve had constant spotting so telling my period has been difficult. Saturday evening I started having horrific stomach pains- felt like I was being stabbed on the left side though not over enough to my ovaries as I sufer from cycsts periodically. The pain would come and go for about 2 hrs and then occasionally on Sunday morning. This morning after using the restroom I noticed white tissue....between the size of a penny and a quarter followed with large clots. Then about an hour later I started bleeding a LOT. I called the dr to get their opinion and am going in for a sonogram to check the placement on Friday but then tonight I passed another large white tisse clot. Is this normal??? What could it be???
Asked On : Tue, 19 Apr 2011
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The white tissue like thing you passed might be the mucosa that might have been secreted in response to the placement of mirena coil. Slight amount of spotting and intermittent bleeding is commonly seen after placement of the coil but it usually subsides in around 15-20 days.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal

Answered: Tue, 19 Apr 2011
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