Though the drug companies, researchers, and physicians say that the most common side effect is expulsion, (sometimes because of improper insertion by the doctor), a woman’s body is not meant to have a piece of metal constantly irritating her uterus – especially for five, if not ten years.
These women would be extremely distraught if they got pregnant, so I yield and help them deal with the negative effects of the hormones. Actually I will not treat a woman more than once, if at all, if she is using an IUD because it’s a certainty that it’s causing some, if not all of, her problems. The purpose of this article is inform women, based off my clinical experience as well as current research, regarding the prevalent IUD problems associated with these devices.
You, or someone you know, may love your/their IUD and think it’s the safest, easiest, and most effective form of birth control.
Hey, Mirena’s slogan is “Birth control for busy moms.” I’d agree with you that it is both very easy and effective. It’s often not a question whether your IUD is causing some health problem but how much of a problem it is causing.
The intrauterine device is the most effective type of reversible birth control, (reversible being a key word here).
Copper is a main component of bile salts and therefore too much copper can greatly impact the health of the gallbladder as well as the liver.