Ok so i got the para guard iud after i had my now almost 9 month old. and i had it for little over 7 months with no change in period and no change in cycle.......until last month (march) i had my normal period. very heavy and lasted a full 7 days..but a week later i started to bleed again. it went on for four days and there were greyish in it and was light at first but got heavyer. finally i started to freak out. i called my obgyn and while i was there i had it removed but he did no tests no nothing and did not answer my question..if was possible that i had lost a baby at a very early stage... me and my husband have been careful and have been "pulling out" (im allergic to latex big time so no comdoms) exept recently.. so my questions for you ladies out there.
has anyone gone trough this with the iud? is it possible that i lost a baby? im supposed to start my period in a few days...will i, since i had 2(kinda) last month?View Thread
didnt see the warning about posting to this board unless your already prego...for this i am sorry normally pregos will have a better answer than someone that is trying for their first baby. and i do have 4 babies but ive never lost one.
any answer (except see your doc cause he was no help) would be awesomeView Thread
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