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Thread: IUD Removal: What's Next?

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    IUD Removal: What's Next?

    So I've had my hormonal IUD for almost 7 years at which point it will expire and I'll need to get it removed. I have really liked the IUD other than about the first 8 months of having it when it basically ruined my life. I had mood swings, acne, and my period lasted 35 days straight. Once the hormones evened out it was fine but I don't think I can go through that again with a new IUD. I'm thinking about trying a new brand (my current one is Liletta) but I'm still worried about the side effects. I've also thought about going back to the pill which never gave me side effects but the thought of all those trips to Walgreens and remembering to take it every day gives me a headache. Does anyone have birth control or an IUD they absolutely love?

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    I'm surprised folks haven't responded to this...

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    Unfortunately, there is no single solution for everyone in this matter. It is necessary to proceed from the characteristics of your own body and the sensations you experience when using certain methods of contraception. Personally, I did not install an IUD, but I took contraceptives for a while.
    It got worse for me when taking contraceptives: my head started to ache, and my menstrual cycle was disrupted. So I arranged with my boyfriend to use condoms. You can learn more about various devices for protection about contraception at https://www.kitmondo.com/cat/used-broadcast-equipment/.
    I hope that my experience will help you make the right choice.

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