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1510239 tn?1364927956

Question if anyone knows?

Ok so i want to wait 3 yrs for my next baby. Im not so good with pills i know ill forget so i was wondering is there something the doc can do at labor like putting that new ring or another birth control so that i dnt have to worry about it and just get it done and over with at birth?
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1510239 tn?1364927956
Ive heard many bad things about it, i know every person is different but i dnt wanna risk another pregnancy for now... Have u ever had those?
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1528695 tn?1360582320
leyisel, ever thought of getting the shot?
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1294482 tn?1354489288
Yes, it is really simple. Also, can be used like other bc so that you can change them out so you only get a period every 3 months too. You just leave the 1st 2 for 4 wks then take the 3rd out after 3.
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1510239 tn?1364927956
You take out and put in yourself every month?
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1294482 tn?1354489288
I did the nuvaring back before ttc and I thought it was great. Hormones were low in it so I never got sick and most bc makes me sick. It was once a month and didn't even know it was there :)
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1510239 tn?1364927956
Haha hopefully!!!
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676143 tn?1312941771
Nah, I'm sure it's no worse than the baby coming out! :-)
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1510239 tn?1364927956
Im just starting to think on how painfull inserting something in there would be... :-/
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676143 tn?1312941771
My friend got the mirena put in after she had her twins - I am not sure if it was immediate or a few weeks later or what.  I'm not sure if they can do it at birth or not.  I'd think your body would need time to get back to normal first, but I can't tell you for sure how it works.  
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