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Regarding IUD, copper T - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hi
User :   who is this?
User :   pl
User :   ok
User :   i am looking for gyno advice
User :   for my wife
Doctor :   Hi
User :   regarding IUD
User :   ??
Doctor :   Ok
User :   so r u expert in this?
Doctor :   There are 2 kinds of UCDs
User :   atually we are planning for my wife
Doctor :   I am General physician
Doctor :   I can give you info
User :   ok so first thing i want to know how safe it is
User :   ?
User :   and is there any kind of side effect
Doctor :   There 2 kinds
Doctor :   cipper T
User :   ok
Doctor :   and progesteron based IUDs
User :   i am looking for copper T
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   It works for 10 yrs
User :   so can u tellme how safe it is and i dont want any side effect to be attached with it?
User :   i am initially lookign for 5 years
User :   at least
Doctor :   Please wait \
User :   ok
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   IUDs start working right away and can be removed at any time.
Doctor :   IUDs are relatively inexpensive.
Doctor :   The risk of side effects is low.
User :   low?
User :   u mean side effect is there
Doctor :   An IUD is not felt by a woman or her partner during sex.
User :   i have heart weight gain?
Doctor :   Some women experience less menstrual blood loss and pain with hormonal IUDs.
User :   ok
Doctor :   weight gain is not the issie
User :   but no weight gain right
Doctor :   because they work locally so no weight gain
User :   ok
User :   so can we go ahead with any hasitation
User :   right
Doctor :   IUDs come out during the first year of use in about 5% of women who use them. This is most likely to happen during the menstrual period and in women who have previously given birth. Women using IUDs should check their pads or tampons daily while menstruating and feel regularly to make sure the string is in place
User :   ??
Doctor :   Type words
Doctor :   I can not understand ??
User :   ok
User :   i got it
User :   so the string will be visible from out side
User :   ??
Doctor :   Yes
User :   ??
User :   or can she feel the string
User :   in daily life she can see the string?
Doctor :   Sio after menses she has to make sure the strings are there
User :   ?
Doctor :   *so
User :   u mean from visible eyes we can see string on daily basis
Doctor :   ??>?
User :   and women can feel string
User :   out side
User :   ?
User :   no issue doc thanks for the help
Doctor :   She has to see thru vagina
Doctor :   she can not see outside?--??
User :   ok so its deep inside
Doctor :   Yes
User :   and during sex also it will not come in between
User :   ?
User :   ok doc
User :   tx
User :   some good doc
User :   ?
User :   any idea
Doctor :   around 300Rs
Doctor :   Cramping and backache may occur in the first few hours after an IUD is placed. Bleeding may occur for a couple of weeks after an IUD is placed.
Doctor :   Some women have increased menstrual pain and heavy periods while using the copper IUD, but these symptoms are decreased in those using the hormonal IUD.
Doctor :   Do you have any specific Q?
Doctor :   At least monthly, women should check to be sure that they feel the string coming out of the cervix to make sure the IUD remains properly in place.
Doctor :   To check for the string, sit or squat and with clean hands, insert the index or middle finger into the vagina until the vagina is felt
Doctor :   Do not pull the string
Doctor :   If a woman does not feel the string, if the string feels too short or long, or if she feels the IUD itself, she should call the doctor.
Doctor :   Do you follow ?
Doctor :   Women who have severe abdominal pain or cramps, pain or bleeding with sex, unexplained fever and chills, or unexplained bleeding after the adjustment phase should call their clinician immediately.
Doctor :   because this indicates infection
Doctor :   . But with with family planning it is safe
Doctor :   ?/
Doctor :   Are you there ?
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User :   tx
User :   any good doc u will recommand
User :   for this
User :   hi i cant take ur call now
User :   as i am in office
Doctor :   heloo
User :   last query
User :   any good doc u will recommand
Doctor :   Tell me area
User :   fort , opera house
Doctor :   I will give hospital or doctor name
Doctor :   To be honest with you,
User :   yes
Doctor :   I learned Copper T placement in house surgeonship
Doctor :   So any Gynecologist will be expert in this
Doctor :   This is small device
User :   ok so u have sound knwlege
Doctor :   Yea
User :   ok
Doctor :   They do speculum vaginal examination
User :   so u will fully recoomand me to go ahead
Doctor :   and keep the copper T
Doctor :   Yea
User :   i will get it from my family gyno in this case
Doctor :   Go ahead
User :   she is bit expensive
User :   but lets see
User :   tx
User :   for the help
User :   and advice
Doctor :   Go0 to good hospital and consult Gynecologist
Doctor :   This is Office proedure
User :   sure
Doctor :   Gynecologist will put the Copper T in office
Doctor :   Bye
User :   ok
Doctor :   Take care
User :   bye
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