In light of all the conversation surrounding intrauterine devices after the recent US elections.
I feel I need to write about my experience with IUD’s, specifically the Mirena coil. 869 more words
DISCLAIMER: This post is about my own experiences researching and getting an IUD. I am definitely not a medical professional and this isn’t medical advice. But hopefully this can help you decide if IUDs are a worthwhile birth control method to speak with your doctor about, and what to expect if you choose to get one. 2,732 more words
An Intrauterine device is a little prophylactic gadget, with a ‘T’- formed structure frequently containing either copper or levonorgestrel, which is embedded into the uterus. Intrauterine Devices are actually one type of long-acting reversible contraception which is considered as the best sorts of reversible conception prevention nowadays. 309 more words
Intra-uterine Contraceptive Devices which are also known as IUCDs, are a method of contraception normally utilized by women who, for medical reasons, are incapable to use hormonal contraception approaches for eg. 310 more words
So, every month you’re having a heavy period. And you’ve tried everything, including over the counter pain killers that never correct the problem, cause you to experience more and more discomfort with every period because they begin to overload your liver, and you never get relief. 322 more words