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It will probably mess with your period


You can expect irregularity, spotting, longer periods, or heavy bleeding during the first three to six months of Kyleena insertion. Gradually, it will get better and soon your periods may even stop occurring.

It’s more than 99 percent effective at preventing pregnancy


Trying out a new IUD may be a little risky — particularly when it’s one that resides in you — more than 1,450 women have already tested it for up to five years. While 22 percent of those women quit the testing early due to adverse reactions, less than 1 percent of testers got pregnant. This is sufficient proof that the device does its job well.

You can get pregnant right after you have it removed. Yes, this may happen.

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