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9 Things You Need to Know About IUDs

9 Things You Need to Know About IUDs - Photo by: Shutterstock http://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/iud-need-to-know

An intrauterine device is a small device that fits inside a woman’s uterus, and works by preventing fertilization of the egg. It is one of the most effective contraceptive methods and contains no hormones, which means it can be used even while breastfeeding. Complications may still arise when using an intrauterine device. These complications are best remembered using the acronym P-A-I-N-S (Period irregularities, abdominal pain and dyspareunia, infection, fever or chills and a missing…

An intrauterine device is a small device that fits inside a woman’s uterus, and works by preventing fertilization of the egg. It is one of the most effective contraceptive methods and contains no hormones, which means it can be used even while breastfeeding. Complications may still arise when using an intrauterine device. These complications are best remembered using the acronym P-A-I-N-S (Period irregularities, abdominal pain and dyspareunia, infection, fever or chills and a missing…

Abounded periods result due to hormonal imbalance and is generally observed in females aged 40-50 years (before menopause). Factors like the use of blood thinners, use of IUD (intrauterine device) and birth control pills, infection in the pelvic area, thyroid, excessive stress, etc., are also responsible for heavy periods. Abnormal menstruation bleeding may have severe outcomes such as depressive mood, decreased strength, fatigue, anemia, and cervical cancer. We have enlisted several n...

Abounded periods result due to hormonal imbalance and is generally observed in females aged 40-50 years (before menopause). Factors like the use of blood thinners, use of IUD (intrauterine device) and birth control pills, infection in the pelvic area, thyroid, excessive stress, etc., are also responsible for heavy periods. Abnormal menstruation bleeding may have severe outcomes such as depressive mood, decreased strength, fatigue, anemia, and cervical cancer. We have enlisted several n...

18. You should get an STI test before you get the IUD -  it’s crucial to get tested for these infections before you get an IUD and any time you may be at risk while you have an IUD in. Your doctor may test you for chlamydia and gonorrhea right before she inserts the IUD, which is also fine as long as you treat the infections immediately if your test comes back positive, says Minkin.

You should get an STI test before you get the IUD.

18. You should get an STI test before you get the IUD - it’s crucial to get tested for these infections before you get an IUD and any time you may be at risk while you have an IUD in. Your doctor may test you for chlamydia and gonorrhea right before she inserts the IUD, which is also fine as long as you treat the infections immediately if your test comes back positive, says Minkin.

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