Intrauterine Device induced Vesicouterine Fistula and Urinary Bladder Stone. A Rare Complication

Abstract Vesicouterine fistulas is extremely rare and reported cases are often iatrogenic after gynecologic surgeries. The presentation of urogenital fistulas can be unspecific. Most common presentations are hematuria, vaginal urine leak, lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) as urgency, frequency and nocturia and abdominal pain. We present two cases of rare occurrence of vesicouterine fistula and the up to date and minimally invasive management.

Keywords Intrauterine device, vesicouterine fistula, Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS), Hematuria, Cystoscopy.

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