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Old 02-24-2015, 04:31 PM
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An article in todays Daily Sun states that use of IUDs and hormone implants are rising. The use of an IUD is reversible, as the article says, but it has to be installed and removed by a doctor so it's likely to be in for a long time, perhaps years.

This was just a news brief so it didn't get into any details. The down side, as I see it, is that an IUD works by creating inflammation. Inflammation keeps a fertilized egg from becoming implanted. This represents chronic inflammation that can have adverse effects on the body.

This raises a question about other implants such as dental implants, knee joints, stints and so forth. Chronic inflammation can have an adverse impact on the whole body.

Does anyone have any personal experience with adverse effects from one or more of the above implants?
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Old 02-24-2015, 04:50 PM
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You really go from zero to sixty in a short-short, fella.
From IUD to inflammation to chronic inflammation to adverse impact on the whole body.

Here is how an IUD really works. Nothing said about inflammation.

http://www.webmd.com/sex/birth-contr...-birth-control
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Old 02-24-2015, 04:55 PM
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…."This raises a question about other implants such as dental implants, knee joints, stints and so forth. Chronic inflammation can have an adverse impact on the whole body."

Dead from refusing needed heart stents is an effective way of avoiding chronic inflammation.
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You really go from zero to sixty in a short-short, fella.
From IUD to inflammation to chronic inflammation to adverse impact on the whole body.

Here is how an IUD really works. Nothing said about inflammation.

Intrauterine Device (IUD) Birth Control and Side Effects
Using your questionable link, which promotes doctoring, scroll down to where it says, "How it works". The IUD also affects the uterine lining.

It's interesting that they don't say how it affects the lining.
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Dead from refusing needed heart stents is an effective way of avoiding chronic inflammation.
If a person has coronary artery disease and needs a stent, it's a safe bet that they already have inflammation in their arteries. In that case they might as well get the stint because the inflammation is already there.

Although, coronary artery disease can be reversed through diet, exercise and stress control. That would beat getting a stent, in my opinion.
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Using your questionable link, which promotes doctoring,??? scroll down to where it says, "How it works". The IUD also affects the uterine lining.

Interesting that they don't say how.
You think it is a conspiracy?

Most of us don't worry much about birth control around here. Strange thread.
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Villages PL asks:Birth Control: IUDs & Hormone Implants...Does anyone have any personal experience with adverse effects from one or more of the above implants?

Unless your plannng on having an IUD or Hormone implants, I don't feel that our personal experiences are any of your business. Why would a over 70 year old male even bring up this subject (weird if you ask me).
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This is a thread that makes me think "really"?
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