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    Quote Originally Posted by carleena View Post
    For those who have mirena, did it hurt going in? My doc showed me how it works and now I'm freaked out
    I haven't had one but want to know too. It makes me squeamish. Lol.

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    Copper iud. Like the mirena but no hormones to stuff up your cycle.

    I've had one twice now and it's never been painful going in. Just a bit of pressure down there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carleena View Post
    For those who have mirena, did it hurt going in? My doc showed me how it works and now I'm freaked out
    Have a had a Pap smear? If so it kind of felt like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    Have a had a Pap smear? If so it kind of felt like that.
    Thanks, I've had heaps of Pap smears. Doc said similar to that but more uncomfortable and recommended pain killers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    Mirena
    the Mirena makes me really squeamish and I'm not sure I could handle it mentally myself. Just the thought.. But my gp and gyno keep trying to pressure me to give it a go cos its meant to be good for heavy bleeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    the Mirena makes me really squeamish and I'm not sure I could handle it mentally myself. Just the thought.. But my gp and gyno keep trying to pressure me to give it a go cos its meant to be good for heavy bleeding.
    I haven't had mine in long enough to be sure yet (a month) but my OBGYN said more than 90% of his patients that have had it have had them either lighten majorly or disappear altogether! It was definitely a big factor for me as mine are fairly heavy for the first few days, and I'm awful at remembering anything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carleena View Post
    Thanks, I've had heaps of Pap smears. Doc said similar to that but more uncomfortable and recommended pain killers!
    I took a voltaren and some panadol before hand and was fine, just a bit uncomfy. And I'm awful with pain!

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    I used the mini pill between baby 1 and 2, after baby 2 tried the mirena which sent me off my head. After over 12 hours of non stop crying followed by extreme short temper I pulled it out myself and went back on the mini pill.
    unfortunately I have (last month) had a chemical pregnancy while using the mini pill correctly so hubby and I are not sure which way to go (I am still feeding our 21 month old daughter).
    There is no one answer for everyone, good luck with your decision

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    I'm on the mini pill and will switch to pill when I stop breastfeeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    lactational amenorrhea and billings
    This. Or possibly Creightons, need to look into what is easier or more effective post-partum. We use natural family planning so it will be one or the other


 

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