Intrauterine device in the bladder

Jayprakash Shah, MD

Rajni Hospital, Fetal Medicine Center, Ahmedabad, india.

Case report

Patient was referred  to our institution for having dysurea and occational hematuria after intrauterine device insertion (Copper T type). Following findings show intrauterine device migration into the bladder.

Patient was advised and cystoscopic removal of Copper T device was done.

Image 1, 2: Transvaginal scan was performed with empty bladder, confirming empty uterus, and the intrauterine device was noticed in the bladder.

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Image 3, video 1: 2D abdominal ultrasound with fill bladder confirmed the findings.

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