IUD are great for contraception but sometimes they can migrate or the uterus can be perforated at the time of insertion resulting in your IUD being anywhere other than your uterus. But before you run to your gynecologist and ask them to remove your IUD… please know that these complications are VERY RARE. This case was very interesting because this patient 2 months after having her IUD placed. Where was her IUD? Watch the video and find out.