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By Anna - / Sunday 20 January 2019 16:00 /
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By  sublimechica4  |  7

After 12 years and my second IUD, I've never once been able to find or feel the strings!!!! I just don't have periods, so I assume it's working. So not her fault. I wish you the best of luck in whatever choice you make OP!

By  Kymberly Hams  |  12

it hasnt necessarily fallen out, there have been babies born with the iud coming out during birth also. its not 100% op

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By  ViviMage  |  38

They do train you to check the strings! YDI

By  Kymberly Hams  |  12

it hasnt necessarily fallen out, there have been babies born with the iud coming out during birth also. its not 100% op

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  dedanjel  |  33

The gynecologist must have confirmed what she should have known from checking the strings, like every woman who gets an IUD is taught and told to do at least monthly, if not weekly. OP should have been checking, so she would have known unprotected sex with her partner wasn't safe. Not knowing when it falls out is one thing. Not following doctor's orders and checking to see if it's in place is just asking for trouble. Clearly.

By  dedanjel  |  33

Your gynecologist would have taught you how to examine whether or not it's in place after it was put in. Sucks that you're preggo when you clearly didn't wan't too be, but YDI for not following your doctor's orders on it.

By  sublimechica4  |  7

After 12 years and my second IUD, I've never once been able to find or feel the strings!!!! I just don't have periods, so I assume it's working. So not her fault. I wish you the best of luck in whatever choice you make OP!