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... Hey I missed your original post, but it sounds like you are in my boat. I had an IUD inserted a few months after my second child and it worked wonderful this was four years ago now that I want it out its a completly different story. ... (3 replies)
... UD. I don't know if you have had children or not but some doctors won't use them in women who have not given birth even though they can be used. It's because the IUD may be difficult to insert or the uterus may not be big enough but the doc can check those things. ... (13 replies)
... I was so sure I wanted the IUD Mirena when I went to talk to my doctor, however, afterwards I wasn't so sure. ... (3 replies)

Jan 21, 2004
... hormonal ones. I have tried pretty much EVERY kind of birth control pill, you name the brand, I've probably taken it...and am on Allesse right now. I think I'm just one of those people who can't deal with hormones. ... (5 replies)
... I've read so many horror stories about IUDs that have scared me silly and I want to relate a real person's 'a bit uncomfortable, not that scary but true' experience for anyone who is considering an IUD or IUS. ... (1 replies)
... Hello there. I just wanted to report back to you about the IUD experience. I had an IUD inserted last week, 3 days before Thanksgiving. Anyways my experience was not at all bad. The whole procedure took less that 20 minutes. I have not had children but was still able to have it put in. ... (14 replies)
... only pills, but the are strongly against giving anyone without children an IUD. So shortly I can get an IUD from my old gyno. Your experience didn't sound pleasant, per se, but it sounded very bearable. I think I can handle that. ... (14 replies)
Mirena IUD
Jun 9, 2006
... I'm 25 years old. Got Mirena IUD inserted April 2005 as a "last resort." I have been on BCP for years until I had a DVT blood clot in December 2001. Taken off of them, got rid of the DVT with treatments. ... (55 replies)
... I have not had a child yet however my doctor did approve it. I go in on monday for the IUD to be inserted at 245pm. But I am a little scared. ... (1 replies)
... This is a "t" shaped device that the doctor surgically puts into your cervix for the prevention of birth control. Generally the IUD is good for up to 10 years, then needs to be replaced. ... (3 replies)
... I have experience with an IUD in the early 80's, which was not positive..I had it removed soon after because I could feel it, and it was not comfortable. ... (2 replies)
... T IUD inserted. I'm 20 years old and have never had children. ... (7 replies)
... This is my experience with my copper IUD insertion. ... (4 replies)
... Hey everyone! I'm new here. I've been reading through a lot of the posts on here and everyone seems helpful so I decided to join. ... (1 replies)
... While I have no personal experience with an IUD, I have the benefit of having read the posts of other women who are using it or who have used it in the past, on this message board and several others. ... (3 replies)
... ative who has it, doesn't have any children, she said it was very painful. but her cervix has never had to dialate, so they had to force it open to insert it. 2 of them have had it for over 3 years and say they haven't had a period in about 2 years. they all love it, and highly recommend it. ... (7 replies)
Questions re: IUD
Jan 12, 2006
... If you've only have the thing for 6 months, i would go get it checked via sonogram, just to be safe. The insertion should not be that painful. just a bit of cramping. My doctor said the same thing yours did and that my cervix was real small. ... (10 replies)
Thinking about IUD
Feb 28, 2007
... Hi, I'm a 25 yr old married woman who is not planning on having children for about 5 more years. I know that typically an IUD is recommended for women who have had children but lately it seems like more and more docs are using it as a BC option for younger women. ... (8 replies)
... soon here, and debating over a Tubal or Copper IUD. My Insurance does not cover the IUD, but it sounds better to me than a Tubal Ligation. I am really afraid of another surgery that has a higher rate of needing a Hysterectormy within 10 yrs. Can you tell me what your expereinces have been with getting a Copper IUD? ... (7 replies)
Questions re: IUD
Dec 10, 2005
... i have had my Mirena IUD for six months now. it has hormones, but has not made me moody at all like the birth control pill did. ... (10 replies)

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