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Random sharp pains in lower left side of uterus, low back pain. On mirena from a month. Reasons ?

hey im 16 and ive had the mirena put in six weeks after I had my son a year ago. Ive had no problems with it at all buy just recently for the past week or so I ve been having random sharp pains in the lower left side o my uterus and it like the pains in my lower back pretty much to my butt. could this mean that the mirena came out of place?
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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Hi teegandm11 welcome to HCM,

These are not the signs of displacement of mirena IUCD but the pain you have described may occur as e side effect of mirena, it may also be due to pelvic infection and inflammation which needs to be evaluated seriously as it may lead to infertility and other complications..
Random, sharp lower back pains may also occur due to Lumbar spine problems, ureteric stones and some other conditions. So its better get yourself examined once...
With regards,
Dr. Parthipan
Answered: Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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