I have moderate pelvic pain for 3 days?

Pelvic pain. The human body is a sophisticated 'machine". It is wired with nerve pathways that send signals to the rest of the body giving an ongoing account of its' operational status. Pain is one of the responses that clearly state to the "recipient" (you) that something is definitely wrong in its function. See a GYN MD and get "plugged in" to a "diagnostic computer"( exam) to keep your "machine" operating.

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What could be causing moderate pelvic pain on both sides and sore breasts for the last two days? Not pregnant.

Pelvic pain. Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. Read more...

Mild/moderate pelvic pain and cramps, spotting, and low grade fever since I had Mirena inserted 2 days ago. Should I call my GYN, even though fever is low grade and pain isn't severe, or will this subside on its own?

Post IUD pain. IUD's, including the Mirena, are safe and provide a high degree of birth control. The canal through which an IUD is inserted is narrow, and with the irritation of the womb caused by the foreign body being placed within, insertion can cause contractions which an push the IUD back into the canal. If the symptoms do not stop in the next 2-3 days, call your GYN for an exam. Read more...
Call your Gyn. Mild discomfort and cramping is not unusual after placement of Mirena, but fever is not expected and usually suggests infection. Unless you have other symtpoms to explain the fever such as sore throat, cough or URI, it is best to report to your doctor. Read more...

My period is 2 weeks late and im having mild to moderate pelvic pain. Could it be ectopic?

Not impossible... Yes it's possible, but not possible to say 'how' likely without further info. Are you at risk for ectopic or have you had one before? No cause for panic but if you have reason to be concerned see your doctor promptly. Read more...
Yes. Specially if you are not using contraception. The risk of ectopic pregnancy increases if you've had a previous ectopic, tubal surgery or pelvic inflammatory disease. See your doctor and get a pregnancy test. Hopefuly, you are just having premenstrual cramps. Read more...