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I’m wondering if any other women have had an iud inserted with issues... or no issues?

I’m skeptical as I’m scared will just lead to more problems..

my dr assures me it’s fine. I on the other hand, am the one living with H for 20 yrs... any thoughts would be appreciated!!! 

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