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Pregnant on IUD and given false assurances


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July 16th, 2017, 10:04 PM
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Hi I've had a Paraguay for just under a year now and have found out that I am pregnant. I was given confident, if not emphatic, assurance at the time that though my mother had become pregnant using an IUD there is no increase in risk because of that. Of course I have been researching since I found out and there is not one study, not even one line in an anecdotal forum so far, about whether or not heredity can play a part. Does anyone know anything related to this? Why was my doctor so convinced of her answer?
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July 21st, 2017, 02:48 PM
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This is just my two cents. I think it could be heredity. I say this because some women are more fertile than others. That can be passed on. Just like infertility can be passed down sometimes. Or you and your mom might both either produce more or less of a hormone that may make you more likely to get pregnant, that can also be passed down. The fact it's happened more than once in a family is when doctors start to think there may be a connection. I don't know if it answers your question that well, and it's nothing proven. But just thinking in general w other disorders and what not.
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