I'm not sure if this is the right place, but anyone have any info on paraguard? Pluses/minuses? Other suggestions for semi-permanent hormone free birth control?
You should just check the strings once in a while, usually after your period, to make sure it didn't get moved or expulsed during your menstrual cycle.
That's awesome. I to was on the pit without meds. Ha ha, the most and worst pain I could ever imagine. I just got the paragurd in this afternoon and i'm still nursing so my period is delayed to begin with. The ob said that I may not even get a period so as long as I am still nursing. I figured this would be the best time to try it out.
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