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Why are women removing their IUDs at home?

Women are posting videos online of themselves removing their IUDs at home. While most doctors advise against it, here's why it's becoming a trend ...

14/09/2021 16:58mise à jour : 16/09/2021 20:23

418 commentaires

  • Kari H.
    un jour

    Mine expulsed itself so I could remove it easily

  • Thomas N.
    5 jours

    dude…

  • Ashley B.
    14/10/2021 13:19

    This county is becoming more and more anti-women's rights..and anti-women's health. It's sick how this county hates its own people. The only freedom America has is the freedom to die with/without medical intervention.

  • Orphée G.
    12/10/2021 07:30

    oh bordel !

  • Denise P.
    11/10/2021 18:45

    Just get ur tubes tied

  • Sine M.
    11/10/2021 09:07

    buka

  • Celeste D.
    09/10/2021 03:14

    Then give women the help we need.

  • Monique V.
    08/10/2021 20:58

    Yep I did and easy as pie ! And the reason was because my migraines got worse my mood swings were out of control and nobody seem to have the time,opportunity or facility to help me 😔 I do not recommend it tho I was lucky and very confident on how to do it but it could have easily have go horribly wrong

  • Karli D.
    06/10/2021 13:11

    Interesting

  • Bethany B.
    06/10/2021 02:38

    This is why its important to fund planned parenthood. I had absolutely zero problems getting them to remove mine, no judgment and sent me on my way with free condoms. The clinic I went to didn't even have abortion services.

  • Desiree S.
    06/10/2021 01:18

    As a nurse, i will agree that you dont want to vaso-vagal alone. As a professional vasovagal-er, it isn't that big a deal and I actually would prefer if it happened when nobody else was around. I don't like being hovered over, coddled, or asked if I ate today 6 times. I just need to lay down until I feel better.

  • Lindsey W.
    05/10/2021 21:38

    Okay, I'm not understanding why a doctor would refuse to take it out... How can a doctor refuse care to someone when it's a basic standard procedure. If they didn't refuse to put it in, why refuse to take it out.

  • Aarin C.
    05/10/2021 18:51

    I had to, cause I couldn't afford to go to the doctor to get it taken out.

  • Michelle K.
    05/10/2021 13:30

    I pulled mine out when I found out I was pregnant with my daughter, my doctor had wanted me to wait to have it taken out till I was further along....ummm no

  • Ashley N.
    04/10/2021 23:10

    I can't even imagine. Mine had gone through my Uterine wall embedded into my cervix and there was so much scar tissue I had 3 surgical Procedures to remove it. When the doctor attempted first try the strings broke off

  • Haley D.
    04/10/2021 14:20

    I had to threaten to sue my Dr cuz she was telling me she wouldn’t remove it! I was bleeding for 3 weeks straight with a week break in between for 2 YEARS!! Tried to get it removed & was told no! Told to take 1200 Mg ibuprofen 3 times a day for 2 weeks (I weigh 110lbs-that could kill me!) I finally threatened to sue her & cussed her out & she removed it. Switched Drs & will NEVER have another tell me what is or isn’t going on with MY BODY!!

  • Katie L.
    04/10/2021 02:52

    🙄

  • Ashley R.
    04/10/2021 02:41

    😳

  • Stacey C.
    03/10/2021 22:45

    👀

  • Kayla W.
    03/10/2021 21:42

    I had to have 2 surgeries to get mine out because it broke and a part of it embedded into the wall of my uterus.

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