Hi! I'm thinking about getting an copper iud instead of birth control pills, I've been on birth control pills for 6 years, trionetta, yasminelle and yasmin, and since i stopped taking them I feel a lot better, but I still want some sort of birth control, just not too much hormones, have anyone of you tried or know about copper iud and ms?
/Fanny (yep thats my name, in sweden where I'm from it has no other meaning than being a name :P)
I agree. And Yaz (recalled and undergoing a class-action suit in the US.) caused myself & my daughter to experience severe clotting, blood-loss, resultant anemia, & creation of serious plumbing problems in an old building that had been purchased via donations & grants for use as a community arts centre. Suffice it to say, I pray that they Never realise it was mostly due to That, and not faulty pipes - I couldn't ever afford to repay the damage and repairs that were undertaken... Although, it Was Yaz's fault.
Anyhow, Iud=good & Chems=not so good.
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