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Severe pain in lower abdomen during intercourse. Is it because of copper T ?

I am 32 male and my wife is 24 Female, we got married last year and now having a kid of six month, my wife got inserted copper T while she was in India 2 month before and she came to join me last month. we were having very good sex life, two days back she felt a sever pain in lower abdomen while intercourse.. which was slowly released when I put off my weight from her. we consulted a Docter here she told everything Ok and suggested HVS and Urine culture... gave some medicine we are still having sex but with out putting myself on her body... this way is not feeling pain or if feeling but very little. Please suggest .. if it is becasue of Copper T or anything else. Should she remove Copper T and I use condom.
Asked On : Sun, 15 May 2011
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Pain during intercourse or dyspareunia can be due to several causes. Copper T can sometimes lead to infections or perforate, but then, she would be much more sick.

An ultrasound examination/ scopy could surely help, but if she is feeling better and you have already seen a doctor, I guess you should not be worried.

Wait and watch.
If there is any problem or worsening, please review with your doctor.

All the best.
Answered: Sun, 15 May 2011
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