What if I don't have the IUC removed after 5 years?
My financial position is definitely not what it was 5 years ago, and I no longer have insurance. The free clinic won't do it, says I need to see a gyno. Gynos are too expensive.
You could end up with an IUC embedded in the walls of your uterus. You could get an infection and end up with PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease); and, end up with problems getting pregnant in the future.
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