Tag Archives: IUDs

Ode to the IUD

Inside the uterus, we’re little T’s Small and versatile are we Teenagers come from their pediatrician Determined to have safer sex, they are on a mission Postpartum parents of all stripes Love this flexible little device Three, five, or ten … Continue reading

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A Peek Inside An NP’s Brain: IUD Insertion Edition

This past week I had all kinds of IUD insertion experiences. It is amazing to me how the same procedure can cause vastly different amounts of pain and discomfort among women. Some women talk about their afternoon plans and chat … Continue reading

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Best Thing Today? Bad-ass patients

You know who’s awesome? My patient who took her IUD insertion like a champ, then asked for a medical note so she could compete in States tomorrow. For wrestling. Knock ’em dead, lady.

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Round-Up: Reproductive Health around the internet, Feminist-style

As I wait for word from one particular employer (background check is completed! Yay!) I decided to put together some of the best things I read this week on the internet this week in regards to women’s health, abortion, and … Continue reading

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