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Get Honest with Your Gyno


Thirty percent of Pill users quit using it because of side effects like nausea, breast tenderness, and headaches, not to mention mood changes or a drop in libido. Copper (i.e., nonhormonal) IUD users frequently experience increased menstrual pain and bleeding during the first months of use.

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