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Well first thing I would do is check a pregnancy test - and once you confirm the pregnancy test is negative, you know this is not due to a pregnancy.
So then this could just be due to a surge in your hormones, a possible thyroid condition, an ovarian cyst, or also can be due to stress/ anxiety in your life -
so there really is no particular reason - but honestly these things DO occur and are very common - and the big thing is to confirm the IUD is still there and that you are not pregnant.
I hope that makes sense
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Yes I think a hpt is a good idea. I hadnt had any sex since the coil was fitted but I did have unprotected sex about 3 weeks ago and the soreness has been here for about a fortnight.
okay - well unlikely a pregnancy since you have not had sex - but I always check.
I did think u couldn't get pregnant with the mirena coil though?
you are NOT suppose to be able to get pregnant - but there is always a very small chance and hence why I check
but if not pregnant - then the symptoms you are having are due to one of the reasons I have given you - and NONE of them are serious - and all easily treated.
If I can still feel the threads then pregnancy is unlikely isnt it
well if the pregnancy test is negative - as you last had sex 3 weeks ago - you are definitely NOT pregnant
Its just weird that all these symptoms started after i had sex- probably all in my head! Ok o will test and find out. What do I do if its positive? Get the coil removed?
I understand...but that is why I also said things such as STress and anxiety can cause this
so do the pregnancy test - if the pregnancy test is negative - you do nothing and let your body resolve things on its own, but do get a TSH thyroid test to check your thyroid as thyroid conditions are VERY common for women
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