The Migration of IUCD into the Bladder with Stone Formation (2 Case Reports)

Case Reports

  • Summera Aslam Aslam Professor of Gynae and Obs
Keywords: Intrauterine Contraceptive Device, Migration, Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, Stone Punch, Foreign Body Forceps

Abstract

Background:

An IUCD is the most effective and reversible method of contraception worldwide. One of the most serious complications is uterine perforation and migration of the IUCD.

Case Presentation:

Case I: A 40 years old female presented with severe LUTS and suprapubic pain. She had history of IUCD placement about 10 years ago. She was diagnosed as a case of migrated IUCD into the bladder with stone formation. She was managed endoscopically with the help of stone punch and foreign body forceps for IUCD removal

Case II: A 37 years old female was referred from Gynae department to Urology department with the complaint of frequency, disuria and lower abdominal pain. There was history of IUCD (Copper T) placement 4 years ago. She was also diagnosed as a case of migrated IUCD into the bladder with stone formation on one limb of IUCD. This patient was also managed endoscopically with the help of stone punch and foreign body forceps.

 

Published
2024-04-06
Section
Case Report