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As soon as you want: There is usually no restriction on physical activity after an IUD insertion. The insertion itself can cause some cramping or abdominal and back discomfort as well as spotting or bleeding. These things can make you not want to workout but there is not a medical reason for to return to your normal activities. ...Read more
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See your GYN: Iud help you should have your ob/gyn look and make sure it is in place. If it is not in the uterine cavity it's not doing it's job. The strings on a pargard should be soft and your partner should not feel them when you are having intercourse. You are at increased risk of pregnancy if your iud is not in the correct location. Birth control forum - paragard side effects http://ehealthforum.Com. ...Read more
I've heard that having an iud (and the insertion procedure) is not recommended/so safe for young women who've never had a child. is this true?
What can be done to minimize the pain of folley catheter insertion and removal? I recall this experience as the most unbearably painful event.
On NuvaRing. Insertion: Aug 15 @ 4:15pm. Removal: Sept 5 @ 4:15pm. When taking a break does it have to be 7 days? Can I instead have a 4 day break?
Here are some...: How long ago did you have SPC? Does SPC mean suprapubic cystostomy to you? If so, such-related bladder spam can be eased with judicious use of pain medication + antimiscarinic agents, but almost impossible to be free of its related discomfort or pain. Over time such pain will improve. Besides, always keep the tube positioned without obstruction by kinking and the drainage bag, always below bladder ...Read more