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Dear Sir/Madam,

I have several questions about IUD. My wife is 24 years old, very healthy
except having two {*filter*}s in March, 1996 and Apr, 1997, two {*filter*}ds
are successful. She is never pregnant.

We are looking for birth control, and she does like hormone stuff, and
I do not like {*filter*}, so IUD is our choice. But I see most artcle
say that it'd better for the woman who have had a child. That still
bother us.

Would you please explain why only woman who have had a child could
use IUD? Or if we choose IUD, would it lead to un-pregnant forever?

Please help me out, I am looking forward your help.

Thanks.

Roger



Thu, 09 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 Help...Help, please

Dear Sir/Madam,

I have several questions about IUD. My wife is 24 years old, very healthy
except having two {*filter*}s in March, 1996 and Apr, 1997, two {*filter*}ds
are successful. She does have any child.

We are looking for birth control, and she does like hormone stuff, and
I do not like {*filter*}, so IUD is our choice. But I see most artcle
say that it'd better for the woman who have had a child. That still
bother us.

Would you please explain why only woman who have had a child could
use IUD? Or if we choose IUD, would it lead to un-pregnant forever?

Please help me out, I am looking forward your help.

Thanks.

Roger



Thu, 09 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT
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I have had 2 IUD's in my lifetime and absolutely loved them.  HOWEVER,
the reason they say it is better for a woman who has had a child is that
the uterus of such a woman is stretched and accepts the IUD better than
one who has not had any kids.  Also, there is a slight risk of Pelvic
Inflammatory Disease from having an IUD and PID can lead to infertility
(no kids after it is removed).  In my opinion there is no better form of
BC than the IUD and I would recommend it highly, even to your wife if
she knows the risks involved.

Terri



Thu, 09 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT
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Quote:

> I have had 2 IUD's in my lifetime and absolutely loved them.  HOWEVER,
> the reason they say it is better for a woman who has had a child is that
> the uterus of such a woman is stretched and accepts the IUD better than
> one who has not had any kids.  Also, there is a slight risk of Pelvic
> Inflammatory Disease from having an IUD and PID can lead to infertility
> (no kids after it is removed).  In my opinion there is no better form of
> BC than the IUD and I would recommend it highly, even to your wife if
> she knows the risks involved.

> Terri

what does IUD stand for?  anyone?

kim



Fri, 10 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT
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intreuterine device

Quote:
> what does IUD stand for?  anyone?

> kim



Tue, 14 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT
 
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