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Could my doctor have been negligent or maybe the IUD faulty?

Dover, DE |

I had my Mirena inserted June 2011, 6 weeks after the birth of my twins via c-section. When it was inserted, my doctor thought there may have been a perforation to my uterus, so I was sent for an ultrasound, where I was held until my doctor was contacted with results, no perforation. But since having the Mirena inserted, I was having sharp pains on both sides of my pelvis along with sharp pains which felt like they were in my urethra. When I went to see my doc, I was perscribed an antibiotic bc the doc felt it was just a spasm I was having and the other pains were normal. It wasn't until I saw a uringynocologist that convinced me that the IUD was inserted to early and to have it removed and my pains would go away. I had to have surgery because my IUD was outside of my uterus.

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Anything may be possible and it would take an expert to sort things out. You may find it helpful to review the Legal Guide I have published on which deals with medical malpractice and what it is. You can access the Guide through my profile page.

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