Is this Normal got the marina coil still bleeding 7 days out of a month
The IUD shouldn't really affect your period at all. The primary mode of action is to prevent implantation of an embryo in the lining of your uterus by being slightly mobile. A common complaint seems heavier periods (anecdotal evidence only and totally unsupportable by me).
They were never designed to stop periods as that would require an hormonal element that many women don't cope well with; hence the IUD.
Take care, I really hope that made sense.
PS. I'm more than happy to be corrected.
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