Last month I had a lot of lot of nausea during ovulation. My period came but it was weird--just spotting for 2 days. And then, on day three, it was SO heavy. It lasted for about 6 days all together. Now, I'm ovulating again and I am very nauseated. Is this an IUD thing? I have also been having some discharge similar to when i was pregnant (i'm not, just a comparison) and a tiny bit of spotting.
Throughout the past month to two months, i've been having aches on each side and in my lower abdomen. Not painful, just annoying.
I'm going to make an appointment with my midwife--but if you used this iud, did you experience anything like this?
Unassisted birthing, atheist, poly, bi WOHM to 4 wonderful, smart homeschooling kids Wes (14) Seth (7) Pandora Moonlilly (2) and Nevermore Stargazer (11/2012) Married to awesome SAH DH.
Sending youall my best.
They *can* leave the string shorter, though, and lots of guys never notice it anyway.
I've had mine for about 3 years now and I haven't had many side effects from mine. Mostly, it seems to exaggerate things - heavier flow, more cramps (when I have any at all). It's effective, inexpensive, and a heck of a lot better than the Pill.
there are strings however the device can be inserted and removed without the strings if your doctor is comfortable removing it that way. some doctors need the strings, others don't. all IUDs have the strings, i think. but paraguard is the only non-hormone effective female birth control that i know of. personally i wouldn't do something like that in secret. what if you are one of the few people who have a complication? in that it's easily reversible i guess it isn't the end of the world (different than if you had your tubes tied and didn't tell him, certainly), but you should stand your ground with hubby and make him see your side. your reproductive freedom shouldn't be held hostage by your marriage. i had a friend who faced this problem, she made her husband a powerpoint presentation illustrating how difficult their existing brood was to manage, how much her life would change with another (and how little his life would change), the value of sleep etc., and that way was able to get it all out without (much) interruption, inject a little humor, and demonstrate how important of an issue it really was for her having taken the time to develop the presentation. best of luck to you!