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Mommy2Kay Due April 20; 1 child; Florida 4235 posts
25th Jan '13
Quoting Click Me Click Me!!!:" it can get caught and then ud have to go to the er it could tear something id wait but i dont think its paraguard as its hormone free it should not effect u at all"


Of course it can cause side effects, it's a foreign object in your body. Anything you put in your body has some type of side effect to it.

taking a look at life Palm beach gardens, FL, United States 49151 posts
25th Jan '13
Quoting Mommy2Kay:" Of course it can cause side effects, it's a foreign object in your body. Anything you put in your body has some type of side effect to it."


i know like cramps and stuff but i meant as in an overall feeling.

Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16079 posts
25th Jan '13
Quoting Click Me Click Me!!!:" it can get caught and then ud have to go to the er it could tear something id wait but i dont think its paraguard as its hormone free it should not effect u at all"


What would it tear on? there isn't anything TO tear on...

taking a look at life Palm beach gardens, FL, United States 49151 posts
25th Jan '13
Quoting Michael Westen:" What would it tear on? there isn't anything TO tear on..."


your uterus if its not in place ie falling out or not placed correct because sometimes they are not place correct they should do a u/s at the fallow up to make sure its in place.

Mama Mallo (: 2 kids; Texas 6514 posts
26th Jan '13

Let me know how it goes if you decide to remove it yourself. It's something I'm looking into as well! Mine is driving me crazy

3 little monsters 3 kids; Olathe, Colorado 50990 posts
26th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Michael Westen:</b>" What would it tear on? there isn't anything TO tear on..."</blockquote>




That's not really true, it's fairly common for IUD's to imbed in the uterine lining. That could cause a serious tear. You might not even know if your strings are still out.

......................... Oregon 14226 posts
26th Jan '13
Quoting Click Me Click Me!!!:" your uterus if its not in place ie falling out or not placed correct because sometimes they are not place correct they should do a u/s at the fallow up to make sure its in place."


Have you ever seen one? It's not like it's metal, it's pliable and made of plastic. It's designed to collapse and come out.



Of course something could go wrong but it's designed to come out.

taking a look at life Palm beach gardens, FL, United States 49151 posts
26th Jan '13
Quoting TheCoopersKnitWitch:" Have you ever seen one? It's not like it's metal, it's pliable and made of plastic. It's designed to collapse and come out. Of course something could go wrong but it's designed to come out."


right but like the poster above said sometimes they inbed and u dont know that.

......................... Oregon 14226 posts
26th Jan '13
Quoting Click Me Click Me!!!:" right but like the poster above said sometimes they inbed and u dont know that."


I think you'd be able to feel that though. And I wouldn't say it inbeds, as much as tissue would grow around it.



Mine was only in a few hours, I'm pretty sure it didn't have time to grow into me.