Pelvic pain two weeks after novasure and mirena (levonorgestrel) coil fitted?

Possibilities. It may or may not be related to your surgeries, but that's one of the most important things to make sure of: that its not a post-procedure infection, or migration/perforation of one of the coils. It could be a gastrointestinal pain; could be that it's when your period was due, and you are having some cramping (but not bleeding) from the uterus.
Unusual choice. Generally an iud is not placed after an endomtrial ablation; some pain after either can occur so it may be difficult to assess but endure its not a UTI or that the hardware isnt infected after being placed into the post surgical uterus. That is low probaility but this has not been sutidied and the uterus will scar, hopfully not affecting the iud long term; it is likely trnasient but watch fr fever.

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I'm a 26yr old female with a mirena (levonorgestrel). Had lower pelvic pain since aug. Had vag. Us today and it said a 2.7 x 3cm cyst. What needs to be done. It hurts?

Cysts will resolve. Small cysts on the ovary are very common even in young women who do not have an iud. The overwhelming majority will resolve on their own without surgery. Although they may hurt the best treatment is to take Ibuprofen for the pain and to wait to see if it goes away. Usually obgyns will repeat the sonogram 6-8 weeks later to confirm the cyst has resolved. Read more...
Too long ! Ovarian cysts are normal occurrence . The ultrasound finding may not be the explanation to the pain. A follicular cyst (pre ovulation) will resolve and nsaids like Ibuprofen and Naproxen sodium will help. However, if you've had pain for almost one year you need a complete evaluation by your gynecologist including a laparoscopic examination. Read more...
Pelvic pain not ok. 5-8% of women will have simple ovarian cysts related to the Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud. These are generally not worrisome. However, pelvic pain since august needs a more thorough evaluation. Ultrasound is a good start, but if your iud is positioned normally, it should not cause you chronic pain. You may want to try having it removed, but that may not solve the issue. You may need a diagnostic laparoscopy. Read more...

Have Mirena, (levonorgestrel) my toddler accidentally sat on my stomach and caused some pelvic pain. Could that dislodged the Iud?

Very unlikely. You would have to have significant force to actually dislodge it. More likely it just shifted a bit, causing the pain you felt. If pain persists or you start bleeding, see OB/GYN. Otherwise should be fine. Read more...
Probably not. I have certainly seen stranger things but your IUD should be fine. If you need to be certain you or your gym can check for the string in your cervix, placement can also be confirmed by ultrasound. Read more...

Preg. Symptoms, sharp pelvic pain, blood on bfs private even though I haven't bled in a month, negative preg. Test. On mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD for almost a year?

Wait and see. Random bleeding on Mirena (levonorgestrel) is very common specially in those who don't have regular periods on it. Your pregnancy test is negative so your hormone level even if you were pregnant it would not be high enough to explain your symptoms. Stds can cause spotting. You may want to get that checked. Read more...