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.
No, a positive pregnancy test is the sign of pregnancy on the IUD.
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.
You will have all the same symptoms of pregnancy and you should be able to get a positive pregnancy test 2 weeks after intercourse. Make an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible to talk about the possible removal of your IUD.
While the copper IUD does not normally stop periods, a woman may miss a period for a number of reasons. Pregnancy and stress are common ones. Consider a pregnancy test if you're having other symptoms.
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Pregnancy on the IUD is unusual. Bleeding with the IUD is not a special sign of pregnancy. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
You can use an IUD anytime you are interested in avoiding pregnancy.
If you are feeling movement in your belly, it is much more likely to be gas. You would not have a negative pregnancy test at the point in a pregnancy when you'd feel fetal movement. You should look for another explanation for your "pregnancy symptoms."
The symptoms of pregnancy - fatigue, nausea, frequent urination - are nonspecific, and women (and men) may feel them quite often without being pregnant. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
ANSWER In general symptoms of pregnancy with and without IUD are same. Just during pregnancy with IUD the blood spotting is mentioned more frequently. It is always useful to know some symptoms of the pregnancy which could appear in most cases (besides missed period): # Changes in appetite, # Frequent urination, # Morning sickness (vomiting in the morning), # Tender breasts (sometimes painful breasts), # Increased vaginal discharges (sometimes), # Other unusual feelings like sleepiness, restlessness, irritability, etc. You can do also the pregnancy test. It is easy to buy in pharmacy.
A positive pregnancy test is the sign of pregnancy with an IUD.
Yes. All birth control methods can fail. If you feel that you could be pregnant with an IUD in place you should take a home pregnancy test and/or see a Dr right away due to risks to you and to the baby.