He told me in an email, "The answer is no. The IUD is in the uterus, the penis is in the vagina. Two different compartments." The same is true even of fisting or large toys. Deborah Nucatola ...
Even if you're with a jackhammer kind of guy, your IUD can likely hold its own. “It’s highly unlikely that sex could dislodge and IUD,” says Dr. Greves.
I’ve removed IUD’s before, and it’s usually just a pull and it slips right out. ... The strive to create a safer, and more comfortable sex-toy shopping experience for the Queer community and ...
Got the iud aug31 then got it removed nov16 had unprotected sex he cum in me same day after sex 2hours later igot the iud removed can i get prego?when Dr. Jeff Livingston answered Obstetrics and Gynecology 22 years experience
Your partner will feel it when you have sex. First of all, the IUD sits high up inside the uterus (not the vagina!) so your partner won’t even get near it with their penis, fingers, or a sex toy. No matter what they say, they’re just don’t have the ability to get that high up. The IUD has soft plastic strings attached to the end of it.
Here's the thing---hormonal birth control (oral) has completely decimated my sex drive in the past. Also had trouble having orgasms on oral bc. Kinda defeats the purpose. :-) I tried a Paragard, but the heavy periods and pain were too much for me, so I had it removed. The removal was difficult. It got stuck, I almost passed out, turned green, etc.
My doctor said that if I had unprotected sex 5 days before removal, there was a chance, even though it may be small, to get pregnant. I did NOT want to risk that. Add Friend Ignore. Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts. Aug 31st '11.
not to have sex for at least 7 days before the removal to use other methods of birth control If the person is switching from an IUD to oral contraceptives after removal, they should use another form of protection for 7 days until the oral contraceptive takes effect.
Eight women with very different IUD removal stories revealed how it feels to have an IUD removed or expelled. 1. "I had my Mirena IUD in for all five years it is allowed to stay in.
Mirena Removal Update. A while ago, I wrote about my struggles with the Mirena IUD. It's still one of the most popular posts on this blog, and for good reason -- birth control is a big deal, and can pretty much make or break your life. Even if there are no slip-ups that result in an unplanned pregnancy, your hormones govern much of your life ...