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Re: It may not be the IUD
auntsteph Views: 50,145
Published: 11 years ago
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Re: It may not be the IUD

I am happy for you that you found the weight loss to be effective for you moods swings, etc.., but what if you had tingling fingers and blurred/crossed vision? My niece is 19 and has a 1 year old. She began having symptoms such as these and is being tested for MS. She has had an eye exam, CT scan, blood work and is scheduled for an MRI tomorrow and on to the neurologist after that. Isn't that basically a waste of insurance money?? She was not, as you say, informed THOROUGHLY before having this inserted and now WE have the pleasure of undergoing many expensive tests to see if the constant progesterone put into her body is attacking it instead!
No law suit, LOL.

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