But about 10 days ago, he penetrated deeply from behind, and the pain was unbearable. Use backup contraception and give your doctor a call. Right away my husband and I experienced trouble during intercourse with the head of his penis getting poked by the string attached to the iud, and apparently it's pretty painful, like needles poking it. I can feel they are definitely there but he's oblivious, even when vigorous- perhaps not knowing helps? I've had my mirena iud for a year now. I have had discomfort to where my uterus hurts for a while after sex sometimes for days.
I used it on the advice of Planned Parenthood cause I can't take the pill. On occasion, in certain sitting positions, I can feel it in my uterus. Plastic strings are attached to the end, which run through the cervix and outside into the vagina. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous. These strings are about 2 inches long — just long enough to be able to feel them with the tip of your finger. If you get them short, thats when they can poke or injure fingers or penises.
It might have been the combinations of our physiology that made this possible. I'm in a new relationship and desperately need to find a dependable, bearable method of birth control. At this time, you can also get a new if you wish. . And if you have an urgent medical question, please contact your doctor or. They should make some kind of sanitary and non-pointy hook to get those if they wander off and get lost or turn around.
They really need to develop that quick smart. This makes me so mad. I have talked to other guys that said they have never felt it. Have any of you guys thought about using a condom to see it it would help? I am a mother of 2 children, my oldest 8 and my youngest 2. Are my worries valid or should I just suck it up? I went back to my doctor and he trimmed the string, thinking maybe it was a little to long. I used it on the advice of Planned Parenthood cause I can't take the pill. My boyfriend is able to feel the strings when I am on top.
I have wondered if it was in my head too. Or you have a tiny uterous? It provides a barrier, easy clean up lol , and added protection against getting pregnant there is a few cases of ppl getn preg on the iud. Guest wrote: I've had it for a little under a year. My husband can feel my strings, which don't wrap quite the way they are supposed to. Her boyfriend complains of poking and scraping of the penis as well as she bleeds almost every time after sex. Yes, it does feel like little needles. I've already got 3 wonderful children and don't plan on having any more, yet I do not like the permanence of having my tubes tied just in case I change my mind down the road.
He doesn't say that it hurts but it's just distracting. No matter how understanding your is, you still might be hesitant to bring up certain questions at your appointments. . It only seems to poke him at certain positions but I would hate to have to remove that from our activities because of a stupid string. If I was told I could have a funky shaped doo-dad shoved into my nether-regions to prevent unwanted pregnancy I'd ponder the benefits of abstinance. The average vagina is about 6 inches long, and the cervix is at the very top of the vagina.
Talk about it If something during sex is causing you pain, speak up about it. Up there, you shouldn't able to feel it. I really want to give it a try but I am nervous and uncomfortable that my boyfriend will feel the string during sexual activity or get worry that he might pull it out on accident when we are messing around. If you're thinking about getting one, I totally recommend it. After a couple of months my boyfriend said he could feel it. It does not extend outside the vagina. Well, she said that maybe it was my partner, maybe I wasn't that into him which made the intercourse uncomfortable.
I bled for three months straight too. 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. Here are the ways to know if one of these might be happening to you, so you can go to your gynecologist to get it fixed. I've had mine 3 years. Is as thick as one of those manicure wood sticks or a little less. Be sure to read Reddit's. With the diva cup, just make sure you squeeze it to break the seal when you remove it.
I want to hear it all, the good and the bad. ! Of course, there are plenty of different types of sex. It was very painful having it put in. What about the new Nuva Ring. I have had an ultrasound today to see what is up but that does come back with results for another 5 days. I'm to the point that I'd prefer mutual oral sex instead. If the sting is cut too short, then imagine how that would make it painful for your partner to feel! They should hang about 2 inches down from your cervix into your vagina.