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August 21, 2018

If you think your cervical mucus is different when you have an IUD, it may be. Most women won't notice changes in their vaginal discharge  when their cervical mucus changes. There are scientific reasons for these changes, as studied at the University of Southern California and Dr. Mishell. The reason that you may notice d...

July 15, 2018

This is a picture of an IUD that has perforated from the uterus into the pelvis. If a misplaced IUD is found, it does need to be removed.

All IUDs are so effective against pregnancy, they oddly can prevent pregnancy even if actually close to the uterus! That was not how they were designed to work. And do not let this discu...

July 1, 2018

Planning when to get your first mammogram is something to discuss with your gyno. It's very difficult to determine an individual's cancer risks as you have to study large group of women over long periods of time. Your gyno can estimate your personal cancer risk when combining her knowledge of research studies and her know...

June 5, 2018

IUD side effects are important to understand and what is more important to understand is that they can be addressed. It is true that some women will request removal, but over 8% of women still have their IUD at the end of the first year of use.

1. Hormonal levels of a medicated IUD doesn't relate directly to break through...

March 21, 2018

An IUD is ‘forgettable.’ You will have effective protection for years to come. ACOG just released it's practice update for IUD use, and the guidelines we follow at Women's Health Practice. Many of the prior recommendations and principals were not significantly changed. ACOG feels that as a method of contraception there ar...