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Copper t causing pain
It's been 11 months since I delivered my daughter by C section. I got Copper t inserted on the 7th day since my period started. I had stopped bleeding on my fourth day. Ever since I got this inserted I'm under a lot of pain Initially I had severe lower abdomen pain and back pain. I've taken meftal spaz tablet. Now lower abdomen pain is decreased but still hurting. But my back pain is still severe I am regretting my decision to get IUD inserted. It's been over 24 hours. What should I do to deal with the pain? Should I consider removing my IUD?
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I don't like iucD after cessareon section. So better remove and start tab cerezette.
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Check cu t properly inserted or not
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Yes get it removed
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Connect with me for online consultation for details BeBorn Gynecology Santacruz Mumbai
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No need of removing cuT, U take some analgesic for week.. Ones u adjust with it, then no pain  n bleeding.. For detail consultation connect with me
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Some analgesic will do the job
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No need to remove. Connect online to solve your queries and for medicine e-prescription
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