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Objective: Incomplete uterine perforation after intrauterine device (IUD) insertion has occasionally been observed. We report on three patients who underwent flexible hysteroscopy for localization and retrieval of these intramural devices. Case Reports: Three Taiwanese women presented with lower abdominal pain, discomfort during defecation and frequent urination. All used a Nova-T IUD for contraception. Sonography suggested dislocation of the IUD or perforation, and pelvic examination revealeddoi:10.1016/s1028-4559(09)60098-x fatcat:dchhqs3j7rgyhhdrcmva2chju4