After several painful attempts to remove it vaginally before they knew it was in my pelvis , I had to have surgery to have it removed. I don't believe severe pain and sharp stabbing sensations are normal. That's why you don't feel the earth spinning. Sometimes male partners feel the threads. What about the new Nuva Ring.
Or you have a tiny uterous? Perhaps I was insensitive to the use of euphamism in the medical literature? If a partner is experiencing discomfort, they can try wearing a until the strings soften. I don't think sex interferes with the device in any other way though, it just moves the strings I hope. Which I stated I had already done. If that weirds you out, keep calm and read on. Long story short I got back on the pill and just needed these to tide us over till I got to see the Dr.
Having vigorous intercourse should not dislodge the device because it is in the uterus not the vagina. I'm feeling very disgruntled over having wasted the money for something they didn't warn me about, though. The strings should soften over time and I'm hoping that they will. They should hang about 2 inches down from your cervix into your vagina. Once I started the shot I had no cramp, no period and no moodiness. Talk to your healthcare professional to go over your options.
This helped a little with the problem, but off and on he is still getting poked. Yes, I have had this problem also. You may be unable to feel the strings because: The strings are up high in your vagina You may not feel them because they were cut too short to reach. I am 22, no kids, engaged and in reply to the original post. Can they be knocked out of place during sex? So Vanjani's first recommendation to any woman who says her partner can feel the strings is to wait a few months for them to soften.
I like the idea aout not having to take a pill each day and my period has not come on since three months after having it put in. I to be honest, I have had to in many cases make sure the strings were still in place to make sure it was not knocked loose. He doesn't say that it hurts but it's just distracting. If you ask guys about the experience, the answers are varied — though most say they can't feel anything at all. Asking your provider to cut the strings shorter might make them more uncomfortable, as the strings work best when they are longer and tucked out of the way. I havnt had a period since February and considering it's October, there's obviously no way was I pregnant.
She let me feel the ends of the strings before insertion and it was comparable to two long toothbrush bristles. Has anyone else encountered this problem or have any suggestions for us? If you get another one in a few years, you can have your strings clipped longer. I am 39 and have had Mirena for 4 and half years. The beginning of the procedure was a bit uncomfortable but nothing I couldn't handle. Mine were left very long and while I and my husband were annoyed by them at first, after a few months they're pliable enough to tuck away, and have settled into a comfortable position that you can only feel by trying to feel for it.
I don't want anything to change in our sex life and I'm sure he doesn't either. If you have ever watched a sunset, you can get a feel for the rotation of the earth, provided you can convince yourself it is the earth turning away from the sun and not the sun 'going down'. As far as sex goes my friend that recommended it to me has a normal, active, and very satisfying sex life. I had my first child at 41 - surprise - after years of not getting pregnant. I told me wife, after about 3 weeks from time of insertion Mirena that I just felt more comfortable wearing a condom. By the way, give yourself some time to get going.
Geeeez you women are brave. I had used the same hormone before and it was disastrous for my body. We started slow, and I warned him that he might be able to feel strings. It's up in there, so I didn't really think there was any chance I could ever feel it. I really like and trust her, and therefore am not worried at all. But with masturbation it's uncomfortable and a lil painful. In other words - I jumped the gun because I was upset, but I do get to keep my Mirena after all! The water spins clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and counter-clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere.