IUDs-- ever have a problem...........

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  1. Tad_Nugent

    Tad_Nugent New Member

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    Has anyone here ever encountered a problem having sex with a woman that has an IUD?
    I seem to have gotten a huge chafed area twice now after sex.
    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thx,
    Jake
     
  2. GottaBigOne

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    IUD's are placed in the uterus. As we have discussed it would be very difficult and extremely painful for a man to enter a womans uterus through the cervix. Stop with the fantasies man.
    Maybe you're just having too much sex.....
     
  3. Tad_Nugent

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    I was talking about the "strings" that are left through the cervix into the vagina.

    Give me a little fucking credit, ok?
     
  4. MASSIVEPKGO_CHUCK

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    Whoa! ease up, the both of you! Tad, you should've elaborated in your 1st post, GBO,I'm surprised that you snapped at him with a sardonic reply. But I'm reasonably certian that the IUD strings can be troublesome.
     
  5. Pecker

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    My son-in-law and my daughter have been using an IUD for about 3 years now. He tells me that the doctor talked with him about potential problems when they were first checking on IUD's (infections, proper fit, etc.) My s-i-l asked him about the string problem and he was told that the IUD's manufactured in the U.S.A have very soft, thin strings which should cause no problem.

    If the male feels the string does interfere with intercourse, however, the doctor can trim it (the string, not the cock.) :wacko:
     
  6. jonb

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    Well, the big problem with the IUD is, if you do get pregnant, it's ectopic.
     
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    jonb is correct, but ...

    Overall a woman's chances of having an ectopic [commonly called tubal] pregnancy are greater for non-IUD users: they have more pregnancies & more ectopics.

    IF you have an IUD AND manage to get pregnant, THEN there is a greater chance it is an ectopic gestation than normally.

    RKT
     
  8. GottaBigOne

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    I apologize for my previous post, I was not thinking.
     
  9. Tad_Nugent

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    Sorry for being jumpy on my reply.
    I was in a bad mood(just got my jury-duty paperwork and happens to fall in my X-mas vacation week....)
     
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