Is it Dangerous getting Pregnant with IUD?

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Although they are normally very effective, it is still possible to become pregnant with an IUD in place. These devices are inserted into the uterus and are long-lasting and safe. However, there is only a 99.9% success rate with IUDs and about one out of every hundred women with these devices become pregnant every year.

Becoming pregnant with an IUD can be a bit more dangerous than if you were to become pregnant without one. For example, there is a 25% chance in the risk of a miscarriage if a woman becomes pregnant with an IUD and then has it removed.

Becoming-pregnant-with-an-IUD-can-be-a-bit-more-dangerous-than-if-you-were-to-become-pregnant-without-oneIf she does not have the device removed, this risk increases to 50%. In a normal pregnancy the risk of having a miscarriage is 18% to 20%. Many women who have become pregnant with an IUD device also find that they have an ectopic pregnancy.

While these pregnancies occur naturally about 2% of the time, the chance of them occurring with IUD devices is anywhere between 6% and 50%. Developing an infection throughout a pregnancy is also increased if an IUD was in place when the woman became pregnant.

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Dr. Lynette Weiss, MD

Dr. Lynette Weiss is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician and Scientific Director. She is certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.