Does Having a Coil Fitted Hurt?

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During the fitting of Intrauterine devices otherwise known as a coil, there is minimum pain experienced although there is little bit of discomfort. The procedure is almost the same as a Pap smear test. However, there is a small risk of infection therefore the doctor prescribes antibiotics as a precautionary measure.
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Go see your OB/GYN doctor at once. We can't tell from here, and it is not normal.
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I HAVE HAD TERRIBLE TROUBLE HAVING THE COIL FITTED, THE FIRST TIME IT HURT SO MUCH I COULDN'T HAVE IT FITTED, APPARENTLY MY CERVIX WENT INTO +++SPASMS WHILST IT WAS BEING MEASURED
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The coil is an extremely safe and reliable form of contraception - as safe as the pill because you can't forget to take it!. Nothing is 100% but you would be pretty unlucky if you
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