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Mirena (levonorgestrel) ready?: If Mirena (levonorgestrel) is inserted by your OB gyn within 7 days of the first day of your period, it is usually effective in preventing pregnancy from the day of insertion. Mirena (levonorgestrel) does not protect against STDs, of course, including HIV. If you want to be sure you're protected against unwanted pregnancy, or have any other questions, check with your OB :) ...Read more
Hey there! I see you're a gynecologist, so I'd expect you might have some knowledge about the Mirena IUD. Is it ok to cum inside my SO? She has one.
With her permission: Yes, you can if she is conducive to your desire as well. Thank goodness that she has taken contraceptive strides with the Mirena iUD to eliminate inadvertent conception. There are rare reported instances whereby the IUD string is left too long and tampons or other intra vaginal inserted items (you) get wrapped around the string and inadvertently "pull out" the IUD on withdrawal. Again, it's rare. ...Read more
How long can pre cum survive in the vagina? Have mirena (levonorgestrel) coil and being removed on 6th November and having implant fitted
Here are some. ..: Sperms in pre-cum fluid is very low and much lower than the desirable count for fertilization, they will survive for 3-5 days like that for those inside ejaculated semen. So, the likelihood to become pregnant is extremely low. However, due to political correctness and self protection, no professionals will say something in 100%. Nonetheless, do HPT soon after missing the expected period. More? Ask ...Read more
Mirena IUD inserted a month ago, had sex with my partner he cum inside. After I couldn't feel the string but still spotting. Would I get pregnant?
I have the mirena (levonorgestrel) iud. Can my boyfriend cum inside of me and have no risk of getting me pregnant? No periods, STD and STI free and monogamous.
99% effective: Nothing is 100% effective other than abstinence. Mirena (levonorgestrel) is one of the most effective forms of birth control. Worthwhile checking the threads monthly. Ask your iud dr how to do this if you can't do it yourself. Always use a condom if ; when there is any question. ...Read more
Yes: Intercourse should not be different in any way! ...Read more
7 days: The IUD, whether it's hormonal or copper, is one of the safest and most effective methods of birth control that you can use. It's long-lasting, reversible, and b/c it's made to work inside the uterus, it doesn't cause systemic side effects. If you don't have it placed during your period, you should wait 7 days before having unprotected intercourse. ...Read more
Just got the mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD, can my boyfriend ejaculate inside me? Does it increase the risk of pregnancy?
No and yes: You should probably use condoms for at least couple of weeks to be sure the IUD is situated properly. After the body has adjusted to it, pregnancy risk is very low unless you are taking nonsteroidals or certain antibiotics. However, an IUD does NOT protect against any STD's or AIDS. Only condoms can help with this. Together you will have nearly 100% protection against pregnancy. ...Read more
Is the mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD that effective that my boyfriend could ejaculate inside me and I wouldn't have to worry about pregnancy? We're both STD free.
Hi I am 29, and have given birth 3 times (naturally). I currently have a Mirana IUD. For about a year now I don't ejaculate when I have an orgasim.
To insert merina the health professional need to insert a speculum to be able to visualise the cervix and insert the devise, so there has to be some stretch on the hymen.
but weather this break it or no depends on the type of hymen, best to consult the gynaecologist who inserted the merina ...Read more
Highly unlikely: The Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud causes an extremely tiny amount of hormone into your body everyday for about 5 years. The dose is so small that it is very unlikely to cause acne or any other systemic illness. There are lots of reasons for acne to get worse, but the Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud is not a very likely cause. ...Read more
Ans: Well it takes a few months for the period to regulate. So you may have some cramping and break through bleeding for a while or you may have no issues ...Read more
The levonorgesterl is reduced by 50%/day at 5 years. The manufacturer reccomends replacement at 5 years.
Actually it is not known for sure why it even works. ...Read more
Check strings: You can confirm that your Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud is in the proper location by regularly making sure you can feel the iud strings in your vagina. If you cannot feel the strings, or if you develop bad cramps, or increased bleeding, see your clinician. They will confirm that your iud strings are visible and proper length. If not, they can perform an u/s to confirm proper location, followed by xray if needed. ...Read more
If you want to: If it is expired, then definitely yes - you should have it removed. If they are left in place, they can cause infections, and even perforation of the uterus even years after the device expires. If you don't like your iud, but it hasn't expired, then it is also a good idea to have it removed. ...Read more
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Not an issue: If you can palpate one string or both then the iud is ok. Sometimes the strings are cut slightly different with different lengths. Sometimes one string gets pulled into the cervix. Either way the iud will still work correctly. ...Read more
Is not advised: Provided is well placed, is ok, however new users should be on the careful side ...Read more
Yes: The Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD is designed to give effective birth control for 5 years and then needs to be replaced. If you are late by a few days to a few weeks you should be covered but don't push it if pregnancy is unwanted. To be absolutely safe use condoms for protection after the expiration date. Good luck. ...Read more
Hormonal IUD: The Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD is one of the BEST forms of birth control available, it lasts 5 years, is ~99.5% effective, and thins the uterine lining so that you get lighter periods. 20% of women will stop having periods after 1 year and that's perfectly healthy. Effects in the uterus and so it won't affect or be affected by other medicadtion; very safe method; biggest risk after insertion is expulsion (1-2%). ...Read more
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