What are the warning signs I should look for if I have a progesterone iud?

IUD. The majority of the problems with any IUD are noticed within the first 2-4 weeks after insertion. Abnormal bleeding, severe pain, fever, foul smelling vaginal discharge are the most common signs of trouble.
Expulsion. With all iuds, there is a 4% risk that the IUD will be expelled. Usually this happens in the first four months after insertion. Usually it is accompanied by heavy bleeding and pain. In addition, a woman can get pregnant with the IUD so if you experience morning sickness lie symptoms, etc you should check a pregnancy test. There is a higher chance that the pregnancy may be in the fallopian tube.