by Carina Hsieh and Hannah Smothers, FEB 8, 2021
Besides that initial period of slight cramping, neither you or a partner should “feel” the IUD, OBGYN Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD, MPH, FACOG, Director of Perinatal Services at NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln, explains. Plus, as Dr. Gupta notes, the strings of the IUD are thin and soft enough that they should not be sensed during intercourse. If either partner can feel an IUD during sex, Dr. Gaither says it’s likely that migration may have occurred, in which case, you should see your doctor ASAP.
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