AND I AM SOO NERVOUS!
BUT maybe I shouldnt be?
I have paragard copper IUD and the condom broke while we were DTD and I am terrified, I DO NOT want to ever have anymore babies, I was so traumatized the first time... I had a CSECTION and I feel so nervous, I am combi feeding(breastfeeding more than FF) and I havent even gotten a period yet,
should I be worried at alll???????
I don't know much ab0out the copper IUD tbh, but as far as I'm aware, it is meant to kill sperm before it can do it's job.. so I should think you will be fine! If you're really, really worried, could you consider the MAP?
MAP I believe is the morning after pill. I think you have to take it within 72 hours after birth control fails and you don't need a prescription any pharmacy will have it I think I know planned parenthood does
please don't quote me I have never taken it but I think this is what I remember reading about it
I certainly hope the copper IUD is effective as that's the only form of birth control we use! Seriously though it is supposed to be very effective, about 99% I believe. So it's really not a problem if the condom split. Don't worry.
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