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Which Method of Contraception is Right For You?

When you consider what contraception method to use, you might want to look beyond the pill. The four most effective methods of contraception are ‘use and forget’ that aim to fit in with your lifestyle and needs. 354 more words

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Mirena – What No One Warns You About

Mirena is the real reason behind me starting this website, and the reason behind my renewed healthy, natural lifestyle quest. After going through the Mirena crash (that no one warns you about) I felt like I needed to add my story to the internet in case there were more women out there going through what I went through. 1,065 more words

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Saat Bayi Ini Lahir Ia Menggenggam IUD Ibunya yang 'Hilang'

Ibu bernama Lucy Hellein melahirkan bayinya yang diberi nama Dexter Tyler pada 27 April lalu. Ada pemandangan unik dari foto si kecil Dexter saat lahir itu. 366 more words

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BIRTH CONTROL: MY IUD EXPERIENCE

It’s time for some real talk.

Birth control is a personal subject but as women, we need to support, educate, and have conversations about our options. 102 more words

Get Up & Go Girl

My experience with the Mirena Coil 

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

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To IUD or Not To IUD?

I’ve spent the last couple months or so agonizing about whether or not to get an IUD (an intrauterine device). If you’re not aware, an IUD is a little bit of plastic or copper they place in your uterus to prevent pregnancy. 901 more words

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On IUDs, or How No Matter What Happens In The White House, I'm 99.9% Guaranteed Baby Free For The Next Ten Years

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

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