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Old Sep 27th, 2017, 16:13 PM   1
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IUD during sex.


Can you feel the ParaGuard during sex? As the woman I mean. Do you get crampy during sex or after an orgasm if you have it in?



 
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Old Sep 28th, 2017, 14:47 PM   2
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I could never feel it, although my husband said he could occasionally feel the wire but it didn't bother him at all.



 
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Old Sep 28th, 2017, 15:15 PM   3
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I could never feel it, although my husband said he could occasionally feel the wire but it didn't bother him at all.
Youíve the paraguard? I read the paraguard strings are uber soft. I ended up getting the mirena as I got scared about the long heavy periods.

Did he explain what it felt like? Iím reading reviews of men saying they sliced their penises on it, I feel like thatís a bit of an exaggeration.



 
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Old Sep 28th, 2017, 22:04 PM   4
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I've never felt it and neither has my OH I was reluctant to get an IUD because of this though, because I remember my friend saying that he could feel his girlfriend's and it made me feel a bit sick



 
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I could never feel it, although my husband said he could occasionally feel the wire but it didn't bother him at all.
Youíve the paraguard? I read the paraguard strings are uber soft. I ended up getting the mirena as I got scared about the long heavy periods.

Did he explain what it felt like? Iím reading reviews of men saying they sliced their penises on it, I feel like thatís a bit of an exaggeration.
I used to have the paraguard, I had it taken out 4 or 5 years ago. I honestly don't know if my husband could actually feel it, or if he just thought he could because I told him that there were strings in there. It certainly didn't slice him or cause him any discomfort whatsoever. My periods were also never any different than they were before getting the IUD. My husband has now had a vasectomy, but if he hadn't I would totally go for the paraguard again.



 
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Old Sep 29th, 2017, 09:36 AM   6
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I've never felt it and neither has my OH I was reluctant to get an IUD because of this though, because I remember my friend saying that he could feel his girlfriend's and it made me feel a bit sick
Honestly I donít see how they would feel it when we canít! I mean if I can feel a tampon string youíd think Iíd feel the IUD string! Today is the second day with my IUD in and so far nothing!



 
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I could never feel it, although my husband said he could occasionally feel the wire but it didn't bother him at all.
Youíve the paraguard? I read the paraguard strings are uber soft. I ended up getting the mirena as I got scared about the long heavy periods.

Did he explain what it felt like? Iím reading reviews of men saying they sliced their penises on it, I feel like thatís a bit of an exaggeration.
I used to have the paraguard, I had it taken out 4 or 5 years ago. I honestly don't know if my husband could actually feel it, or if he just thought he could because I told him that there were strings in there. It certainly didn't slice him or cause him any discomfort whatsoever. My periods were also never any different than they were before getting the IUD. My husband has now had a vasectomy, but if he hadn't I would totally go for the paraguard again.
My doctor said donít mention the strings to him cause itís a placebo effect! He knew that IUDs have a string though so I told him oh those new ones donít have a string! we canít have sex yet so Iíll see what he says. I thought this small white lie could save our marriage.



 
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Old Oct 20th, 2017, 10:06 AM   8
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Wanted to update,

I love my IUD so far! I was cramping and spotting on and off the first two weeks but Iím starting to get used to it! Donít think I had any side effects either! I donít feel like itís even in there. It is so worth it.



 
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