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
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