Ladies with IUS fitted, please could I have your input.
I have 3 children. My 1st was planned my 2nd and 3rd were pill surprises! I suffered a migraine (just one!!) and my vision was affected and i had a tingle down my arm so my GP point blank refused to give me the combined pill. So my 2nd child was a micronor baby and my 3rd was a Cerazette baby. It seems that at times of stress my pill seems to fail. I took it every day, without fail at the same time each day as I had an alarm set on my phone with both conceptions! As you can imagine i'm now paranoid!! I also suffer with depression so this worries me too.
My friend recently had the IUS fitted and swears its the best but one opinion isn't enough for me! So i'm requesting your help.
I did ask the GP at my 6 week check if i could be sterilized and she was very to the point when she said no
I don't think I want any more children. I have 3 and only originally wanted 2 but they are here now and they are my world and I'm happy with them all and love them all to the moon and back. So, im thinking about this IUS.
Can I please hear your IUS stories, from fitting to where you're at now? Your input is much appreciated, thank you all
I am on my third!!
no problems with fitting, no worse than a smear
no periods just light spotting, no PMT
very reliable contracpetive
if you had no side effects from the progesterone in the mini pill, you should be fine with the mirena
Edit: ok it's the same thing it doesn't really hurt going in but I had the worst ad pain for the first 4 months, I lost weight and then it stopped hurting. Hot water ( my hot tub) used to be the only thing to take the pain away. Then I got it taken out (it has a life span~ 8-10 years) and a new one put in and that one was fine.
I don't believe the pill is good for women. I got depressed on the pill and gained weight. I've read a lot about women coming off the pill after 16 years and now are infertile. The iud/ius without hormones is much better than getting loaded with estrogen for 15 years.
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