ive been on my period for almost a month i have an IUD is that normal?
Missing a period once in five years is normal with or without the IUD.
Each person has a different delay period after having an IUD removed. Some people may have a normal period right after the removal while others may not for up to a year. A doctor will need to be seen to make sure everything is okay with the delayed period.
Yes, it can be perfectly normal. You mention an IUD, if this is a hormonal IUD that you've just had inserted this may be the reason for the longer bleed as it can take your body time to adjust to the hormones in the new IUD. It's also possible that the IUD has shifted so check your strings and feel for the bottom of the IUD through the cervical opening to make sure it's not moved. If concerned or if the bleeding continues go see your doctor or go to a sexual health clinic for more help.
Pregnancy on the IUD is rare, but not unheard of. Pregnancy with a normal period is rare. Together, this makes pregnancy very unlikely.
no u just have vaginal disorder
Not at all! It's normal to have a longer heavier period but like 2-3 days longer. You need to go to your doctor ASAP!
If you have an IUD it is possible to miss a menstrual period for up to a year or more. You will need to speak with your doctor for more details.
when taking any kind of hormonal birth control, it is normal to bleed whether it be spotting or more like a regular period for up to the first year you are taking it. if the bleeding lasts longer that your normal period, talk to your doctor.
NO! IUDs can have terrible side effects, and you need to see your doctor immediately!
The Mirena IUD causes most people to stop having a period, so yes, this is normal.
Yes, it's normal to charge for an IUD follow up appointment if it's not in the global period.
can you miss your period on IUD if so do u suppose to miss almost 2month goin on 3months just about i had a period in June and am on da IUD for about a year now since i had it i will get my period and it will skip a hold month and come on da next month now i did had in June and miss July august and now its September and still no period i took a test and it came back nagtive but i don't feel rite so what can i do about it i make a apppintment to my doctor to see was the problem with my IUD.
It's easiest for you and your health care provider to have the IUD inserted during your period.
Yes, you can get an IUD check during your period.
Pregnancy with the IUD is unlikely, as is a period when pregnant. Taken together, it is very unusual to be pregnant with an IUD and still have your period.
If you have occasional heavy spotting between periods it is something to discuss with your doctor but may not be serious. If this just started and continues for more than two months, definitely see your doctor as the IUD may be becoming implanted and cause serious injury.
you can get the IUD removed when ever you want it pervents you from getting your period
If you have the copper IUD (Paragard in the US), you will get a period. If you have the Mirena IUD, containing progestin, your period will likely stop after a few months of irregular bleeding.
From your doctor.
You need to see your doctor.
Yes, your body is noticing that the hormonal effects of the IUD aren't in tact anymore so it thinks its going to start its normal period cycle. Just like some IUD's cause cramping and spotting when you first get them in, they can do the same coming out.
Yes, it can be normal to bleed bright red with clots after having your IUD removed. Was your period due? The bleeding is not a sign of a medical problem.
A doctor will remove the Mirena if you are pregnant it could harm the baby. By getting an IUD, you agree to: -have the IUD removed -if the pregnancy is viable, your doctor will discuss your options after removing the IUD.