After having our second child and after lots of discussion with my husband and visits to the Family Planning Clinic, I decided to have a coil fitted.
There are currently two different types of coil available. The IUD and the IUS.
The Intrauterine Device (IUD) can be left in for three ... Read review
Go to a doctor or Family Planning Clinic. I don't know your sexual history or risk of infections, but if that's a possibility then it can be serious, as STIs don't mix well with IUDs. Use condoms until you have an answer. There are lots of possible reasons for painful sex, however. If you have trouble getting a diagnosis, ask your FPC whether they have any doctors who specialise in sexual pain - this makes a huge difference.
I would go back to the clinic or doctors that fitted it for you, it could be something as simple as the coil as moved, I have the myrena coil, and sex wasn't painful,
The coil is hormone based and releases hormones which may change the colour, although its not a thing I've looked into.
def give them a ring, its most prob the simplest of explanations.
Good luck. xx
Rosebudwithredroses 29.04.2012 23:05
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