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    Anyone pregnant with an IUD? HELP!
    sweets1988 posted:
    Just tested positive this morning, But ive got a copper IUD. Ive got 2 little girls so pregnancy isnt new to me & i feel pregnant. Im going to the ER in a few minutes to see if everythings ok and to get a blood test. But am i alone here? Ive done the copper IUD before & this never happened, im worried sick the baby could be hurt or i could miscarry. Any support would be very much appreciated thank you.
    sweets1988 responded:

    ER confirmed with a blood test. Im 6W 2d. they could not remove the iud in the ER. seems stuck in or on my cervix. baby seems safe. Going to my OBGYN appointment tomorrow to see if they wanna keep it in and remove it during the C-section or try take it out again. my goodness i hurt >_<

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