I've been on Mirena for 6 yrs. I'm in a new relationship and am experiencing problems that I did not have with my previous partner. Sex is very uncomfortable to painful, and has caused me to bleed and feel sick. Is it possible for him to force my iud out of place? Does anyone else have this problem?Thank you in advance.
This is a tricky question as the things I want to ask may be viewed as inappropriate by other members. I will add you as a friend and you can ask me a PQ, as my questions are legitimate, but definitely get your IUD checked out. When was it last changed? Best... more to add privately.
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