1) You have the right to wait until you both are settled and ready to have children.
2) Using a contraceptive won’t make you infertile (if you have no prior fertility issues)
With an IUD, you can remove today and get pregnant tomorrow.
An IUD is an Intrauterine Device. Can be hormonal or non hormonal.
@lydiaiud is a small copper device that is placed in the womb to prevent pregnancy for up to 10 yrs and it does not contain hormones.
It’s a contraceptive that can be used both short&long term
Once inside the womb, the IUD works by preventing sperm from reaching the woman’s egg. It does this by reducing the speed and movement of sperm so that none can reach the egg.#LydiaCoil
The IUD is safe for all women to use.
- Pregnant women
- Women with untreated infections, including symptomatic STIs
- Women with cervical bleeding
It can be inserted at any point of the menstrual cycle.
Some women may experience side effects while others will not. Common side effects includes heavier or lighter period. Also, some women experience slight cramping for a few days after insertion. It is totally safe. Just make sure it’s done by a professional.