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I do understand the argument that periods are normal and healthy, but I have also enjoyed not having to worry about periods for a variety of reasons. The IUD's will often result in a decrease of menstration, they are effective, in for 5 years and MD's are now doing more and more implantation of the iUD in women without children.
Do your due research - then choose what is best for your situation.
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Had it done on a Friday and was back to normal training on Sunday.
Watched them placing the coils on a monitor while they were doing it. I did have quite a bit of pain immediately afterwards, but not during. Went home, took the meds I was given, took a nap. Woke up and took the dog for a 10 min walk. Later went out to dinner.
Felt sore the next day.
Then Sunday was totally fine.
My insurance also covered it except for small copays.