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Re: I don't know what to do...

I'm not a doctor, but I can provide some general information about IUDs and offer suggestions for seeking medical advice. It's important to note that individual experiences with IUDs can vary, and it's always best to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice.

IUDs, or intrauterine devices, are a form of long-acting reversible contraception that can be highly effective in preventing pregnancy. Like any medical intervention, IUDs can have potential side effects, although they may not affect everyone. Common side effects may include irregular bleeding or spotting, cramping, backaches, and changes in menstrual patterns. However, many individuals do not experience significant side effects and find IUDs to be a convenient and reliable contraceptive option.

If you suspect that you are experiencing side effects from your IUD but are also dealing with another unrelated health issue, it's a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional. You mentioned considering a naturopath or an MD (medical doctor), both of whom can provide guidance based on their respective areas of expertise.

A naturopathic doctor (ND) is a healthcare professional who emphasizes natural and holistic approaches to health and may consider alternative therapies or lifestyle modifications. They can offer a different perspective and potentially suggest natural remedies or lifestyle changes that could help manage your symptoms. However, it's important to note that not all naturopaths are medically trained, so it's advisable to choose a licensed and reputable practitioner.

On the other hand, a medical doctor, such as a gynecologist or primary care physician, can evaluate your symptoms in the context of your overall health and provide evidence-based medical advice. They have extensive medical training and can assess whether your symptoms are related to the IUD or if there is an underlying issue that needs attention. They may recommend removing the IUD if it's deemed necessary or explore other treatment options based on your specific situation.

Ultimately, the choice between seeing a naturopath or a medical doctor depends on your personal preferences, beliefs, and the type of care you feel most comfortable with. It's always a good idea to seek professional medical advice to address your concerns and ensure the best possible care for your overall health.

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