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Ultrasound Guided Iud Removal
Don't understand: When you say surgical, what do you mean? With a simple office hysteroscopy, it is very easy to remove an iud whose strings are otherwise inaccessible. Of course, that assumes there is an iud in place. The ultrasound would help you determine that in advance of the hysteroscopy. ...Read more
An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more
Rash: Should go away within 3-6weeks depending on the severity ...Read more
What do you think of exablate mr-guided focused ultrasound? My dr wants to perform a myoectomy, d & c, and place a nova IUD for submucosal fibroids.
My IUD is inserted Feb 20, 1st Day of Mens is Feb 19, IUD removal is Mar 5 due to very painful abdomen. Sex last Mar 3 Eve. Am I going to get preggy?
Low Probability: As you had sex while the IUD was still in the uterus (Sex Mar3, IUD removal Mar5), the chance of preg is quite small. Based on your last menstrual cycle, Mar 3 is around midcycle, which is around ovulation. However, the IUD in place is protective. Did you have the Mirena (levonorgestrel) or the Paraguard IUD? Either way, chance of preg is low. Without birth control, there is a 20% chance preg/month; Lower w/IUD. ...Read more
TTC for 1 yr now. 33 yrs old, IUD removal last dec. Periods have been 4-5 longs since removal. Only had a 2 day period this month. What does this mean?
Maybe nothing: This may just be a normal variation in your periods but you should certainly check a pregnancy test to be sure. After 1 year of unprotected intercourse without conceiving, it is time to begin a work-up if you really want a baby. Good luck. ...Read more
No: EM physicians will not generally do elective procedures like IUD removal in the ED. There are just too many patients and too many unknowns in the waiting room coming in via EMS to do something like that. However, if you go to a small ED at a time when there are few patients, the doc MAY do it for you, but I wouldn't plan on it. ...Read more
Surgery for IUD removal in 2 weeks because it is stuck. How common is this? Will conceiving again be a problem?
Common: While it's not super common, it does happen. Typically women who have this issue don't have any problems with conception thereafter. You can ask your surgeon when they perform the surgery if there's evidence of any scar tissue? Scar tissue or inflammation in the pelvis can be associated with infertility. But having to have laparoscopic removal of an iud doesn't typically cause any problems. ...Read more
Not more than 7 days:
Usually you get withdrawal bleeding for few days after removal. This settles down after few days usually 5 to 7 days.
Next month you should get regular cycles ...Read more
Got diagnosed today with a pelvic infection. I'm 19 its my first one, its from IUD removal two months ago. Will I be able to have kids someday?
If IUD is removed nd I had intercourse same day is there a possiblity to be preg? I'm bleeding from IUD removal was told its normal. I'm fertile tmrw
Pregnant: Yes it is possible to be pregnant. ...Read more
I had sex night before IUD removal I checked my calender it says I was fertile the day of removal drank Plan B two days later what are the chances?
Unlikely pregnant: Although iuds are not effective once they are removed, the Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud may have a little bit of a lingering effect because of the hormonal component it includes. You took the Plan B within the appropriate window so you should be covered. Sounds like you might benefit from a reliable form of contraception now that the iud is gone. ...Read more
Depends on the IUD: If you had a Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud your cycles should resume whatever they were doing before it was placed, in only a few weeks after removal. If your cycles were regular before they should be that way again shortly. If you had a copper t iud, your cycles were not affected by it and they will not change with the iud removed. ...Read more
I had a cone biopsy and iud removal in January. I had my period Feb 3rd. Can either procedure cause my period to be late for march?
The procedures need not cause a delay. However, menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and anovulatory cycle is a common cause. If you miss more than two periods it would be time to see your doctor. Consult this site for more information on this topic.
http://www. Nichd. Nih. Gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes. Aspx ...Read more
Gino gave me birth control pills & told me 2 start taking them after IUD removal. It's been 2 wks & I haven't started yet. Can I start now?
I had a period a few days before IUD removal, had it removed monday, today (wednesday) I'm spotting bright red, could that be implantation already?
Bleeding: Ovulation occurs about 14 days from the first day of your period. The actual timing is dependent upon cycle length. With 21 day cycles ovulation is on day 7; with 28 day cycles ovulation is on day 14; with 35 day cycles ovulation is on day 21. Implantation bleeding occurs 5 - 7 days after conception at about day 19 -22, assuming ovulation and conception was at day 14or 15. So, no. ...Read more
Is it normal to bleed after IUD removal? I had intercourse same day nd tryin to get preg. If his sperm came in nd I am poss preg. Will bleed affect it
Still possible if...:
As long as insemination occurs at the time of ovulation, pregnancy may happen although the inside of uterus right after iud removal is not in its best condition for implantation. So, just watch and see, and time will tell the story. For more concern, ask and talk with your attending doctor in the field.
Best wish... ...Read more
I just had a pap and IUD removal. The doctor said my pap was abnormal. Is this because of my mirena (levonorgestrel)?
Not necessarily: While IUD may induce some inflammation and affect the PAP result, the nature of the abnormality is not known from your message. Was the PAP tested for HPV? If not you may wish to find that out. Depending on the severity of the abnormality you may be just followed, referred for colposcopy or treated for inflammation, depending on the results. ...Read more
If it was copper incorporated iud you may have some bleeding for few days and you stop but you will get your menstrual cycle when you are due.
If it is hormone incorporated iud like Mirena (levonorgestrel) you bleed few days from removal of iud (3-5) days but then you have hormone withdrwal bleeding for few days after iud removal which may last fdor 3-5 days. ...Read more
A camera: That means they are putting a camera into your uterus. You probably lost the string or it broke and they need a better look to pull it out. How long it will take depends on what they see, but it usually not more than 30 minutes for this. ...Read more
I will be having an IUD removal sometime this month how soon after this happen my I come out pregnuant and have a health baby?
Soon: You can become pregnant right away; I have a relative that was conceived even though mom had an iud in place; there are many factors involved; there is no "protection" period after the iud is removed. ...Read more
My ovulation day is dec. 25, we are ttc and we have been having sex every other day after my paraguard IUD removal on dec. 16 what are my chances?
How easily is it to concieve after iud removal if removed during period. Had unprotected sex right after. How long to test positive. Removed 6/29/15?
Watch next period: The next period can be expected around 7/24 - 7/28. If by 7/30 there is no period, a pregnancy test can be expected to be positive, if you conceived. ...Read more
Is it possible to still have pid after all vaginal cultures come back negative and not sexually active for over a year. Abd pain. Recent IUD removal?
After IUD removal, menstrual cylces changed from regular to irregular & now are 40 days menstrual cycles is it normal? NO PCOS & cysts. Normal thyroid
Maybe: An average woman will experience periods every 28-35 days. Maybe your cycle has been disrupted and usually these irregularities resolve with time. If not, you can be on birth control pills that can also regulate your periods. Best wishes. Dr M ...Read more
No stds. Iud removal 3/13. Since then milky stuff on husbands penis during sex with lil white pieces...What's going on? Is it associated with pcos?
6 weeks post IUD removal and still no period. Period was present the whole time mirena (levonorgestrel) was in. Neg hpt but ttc. Should I call my doctor?
See your Doctor: Yes, this requires an evaluation.Get a more detailed answer ›