If you have the copper IUD (Paragard in the US), you will get a period. If you have the Mirena IUD, containing progestin, your period will likely stop after a few months of irregular bleeding.
There is nothing in the IUD that will stop you from ovulating and having a menstrual period.
If you're using Mirena, the IUD that releases progestin, your period usually will stop, although you may have irregular spotting in the first weeks or months of use. If you're using the copper IUD, your periods will not stop. If your period has been regular since using the IUD, and then stopped, take a pregnancy test.
Better take a pregnancy test
The Merina and other hormone secreting IUD's can have some symptoms of early pregnancy, if your period is 7 days late call your doctor.
Being on an IUD and getting symptoms such as cramps and spotting is not your period, nor is it likely a pregnancy. These are common side effects of having an IUD.
Yes, you can get an IUD check during your period.
Pregnancy with the IUD is unlikely, as is a period when pregnant. Taken together, it is very unusual to be pregnant with an IUD and still have your period.
you can get the IUD removed when ever you want it pervents you from getting your period
You can't get pregnant. The IUD does cause you to have periods.
ive been on my period for almost a month i have an IUD is that normal?
Yes, you can have spotting without a period while using an IUD.
There can be a small amount of spotting when the IUD is removed, but that's not a period.
Misisng a period with a hormonal IUD, like Skyla or Mirena, is not worrisome. Missing a period with the copper IUD could be a sign of pregnancy and you should take a pregnancy test.
Yes, you can have the IUD removed at any time.
Pregnancy on the IUD is unlikely. Getting pregnant during your period is also unlikely. Taken together -- it's possible to get pregnant during your period on the IUD, but it would be a huge shock.