I would so not get an iud only cause you can still get pregnant and might have to end up having an abortion. This JUST happened to my best friend last week. She went to get an ultrasound to check out the IUD and the tech told her she was 6 weeks pregnant! they ended up giving her a depo shot to see if the baby would go by itself. So sad.
No matter what type of BC you go on there is a chance of pregnancy...I dont understand why they would give her a depo shot?? If you do because pregnant with the IUD they will try to remove it which could end up lossing the baby....sometime they will leave it in....
I was on the IUD for 7months after I had my 1st son, the only prob I have with it was that it hurt during sex.....I am going to give it another try as I dont want to have to take a pill for the rest of my life. LOL
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