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harleyc2007 posted:
I am 26 y/o female who had a Mirena inserted in August. From august to october I had the UID,and had problems the whole time it was in. From day one I was told that some moderate spotting was usual for the first 6-8 weeks. I did have that but also had extensive pain. I finally had enough and the pain was to much to deal with. I went to my dr and was told that I had a bacterial infection and was treated with the antibotic, Flagyl, went back in 1 week and was told everything was cleared up but still had problems so I had it removed. Since then I have had no problems, but recieved a itimized statement and relized that my culture came back as clamidia. I have been with the same man for 8 years and no one else and he has had no STD'S or any problems of any kind. My dr didnt tell me any of this nor did I recieve any letter from them. Is there any explanation for this to have happened. Need to know something because my marriage depends on it. Thanks
An_196301 responded:
I thought this might help!! NOTICE the third item in the list below!!

Chlamydia and gonorrhea are the two bacteria that cause most cases of PID.However, bacteria may also enter the body during some surgical or office procedures, such as:
sheba040183 replied to An_196301's response:
website where I found the information.

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