IUD pain after concert?

Ryuson Ryuson
Hey! I got my IUD in about four weeks ago. The first day sucked, and the first week I was uncomfortable, but overall I was doing pretty well for someone who had never had kids.

Monday I went to an amazing concert, which means I spent 4 hours jumping, being jostled, smushed, and elbowed. Once the adrenaline wore down and everything 24 hours later, I ended up with my usual aches and pains that come from concert-going... But also some uteran discomfort. It's not PAIN, per say, but it almost feels like the first week after I got my IUD in. I haven't had much excess bleeding or anything, just the light spotting I've had since I got it in.

My question is, could I have displaced my IUD? I'm kind of paranoid about it! Could it just have gotten jostled a bit and now is just re-settling in? Have any of you had something like this happen? Should I call my Dr right this instant? Wait? Thanks, guys!
05/01/2013
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Zombirella Zombirella
I don't see how that could've done it, but it probably is possible. Honestly, if you're having discomfort, I'd just make an appointment to have it checked on. You don't want any serious injury from it. Even if it's just to ease your mind, go get looked at. But you shouldn't be having the pain.
05/01/2013
PixieDuzt PixieDuzt
Can you check your IUD string? Does it feel different at all? Can you feel anything hard (the IUD) at your cervix? If all of these are normal (can still feel your string and no hard parts are protruding) you are likely in the clear. If the discomfort continues or intensifies I would recommend consulting your physician.
05/02/2013
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
I would highly doubt that something like that could cause the IUD to become displaced. However, if it would ease your worry, you could always visit the doctor to see if something has happened.

It's been four weeks, could you be on your period right now? Maybe perhaps the discomfort is unrelated. I know the first time I had my period after getting it inserted, and every now and then, I get light cramps, especially when I'm more active. Just a thought.
05/02/2013
eri86 eri86
I'd call the doctor just to be safe.
05/03/2013
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