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Stressed Nanny
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i LOVE my nuva ring. Tmi alert............................................................................................................................................................................. Hubby bumps it now and then because (according to my gyno) my vagina points in a diff direction? but it doesnt bother him. I havent noticed any odd swelling, colors, scents, and no word on flavors. I don't get bad cramps any more any my periods are quite light. I highly reccommend! (oh, and i can get mine out easily.)

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the Nuva Ring is great. Even though I was fairly good about taking my other pills, I'd always lose/forget my bc, so I tired the patch and got nasty rashes that lasted long after I'd put a new one on. I already use Instead, so nuva ring was nothing new use-wise.

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Um, kinda of a silly question, but...what does queef mean? [lol] First time I've seen that word. [lol]

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quote:
Originally posted by dookie_booty:
Um, kinda of a silly question, but...what does queef mean? [lol] First time I've seen that word. [lol]

Vaginal flatulence

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LOL vaginal flatulence...how eloquent! [lol]

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I was on the ring for 9 months. I went off just because I'm not sexually active right now. I'm not a big fan of HBC in general but I really liked the ring when i came to my choices.

I found I less side effects on it then with the pill. I also noticed increased discharge but not to any huge degree. I never felt it and loved just being able to put it in and forget about it for 3 weeks. No doubt when I start having sex again I'll be back on it.

I have also heard from a few different women who said their partners commented on a change in scent and taste.

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quote:
Originally posted by Em:
quote:
Originally posted by dookie_booty:
Um, kinda of a silly question, but...what does queef mean? [lol] First time I've seen that word. [lol]

Vaginal flatulence
Awww, why thank you for clearing that up for me. [lol] Interesting name for it. Never really thought about...vaginal flatulance. Wierd even writing it. [Embarrassed] [lol] Pretty funny reading the Wikipedia definition of it. Don't remember the sound of it, but how can it be erotic during sex? [lol] A sub-genre of porno? Interesting... [lol]

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Originally posted by dookie_booty:
Don't remember the sound of it, but how can it be erotic during sex? [lol] A sub-genre of porno? Interesting... [lol]

I don't think it's erotic during sex, I just think it's kind of embarrasing...Ok, really embarrasing. And it's even more embarrasing in public.

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Nuva Ring users--
Do any of you experience cramps as a result of using this? I've heard that can be a side effect of IUDs, which function similarly. Since I originally went on the pill before I even started having sex, to make my periods less painful, I'm hesitant to switch to any alternate method that might not carry that benefit, especially if it makes the problem worse.

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Esprise me, I never got cramps. I think an IUD and Nuvaring are totally different because a NuvaRing is under the cervix but an IUD is intrauterine. I can see how IUDs cause cramps, but NuvaRings probably won't. I could never insert it properly, though. But it didn't hurt, and that is coming from a girl who cried being fitted for a diaphragm.

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Ditto Ana Ng on this one. The NuvaRing is not intrauterine, it's outside. And it's hormone-based, which the IUD is not necessarily (there are two types of IUD in the U.S.: one with hormones and one without), which is why the IUD is often used by women who have risk factors for hormonal BC, such as age.

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Wow I just saw this thread. I used it for about 2 months and it seemed ok. I also got the extra lubracation and the "swelling" like I was aroused. Things seemed to be more sensitive and felt better. The only problem I have is I can't figure out if I got pregnant on it or not. I missed like 4 of my last active pills and then I got my period. My Dr. said to start the nuva ring that next sunday and I should be fine and now I'm almost 6 months pregnant. By the dates we can't figure out exactly when it happened. I actually had 2 "dummy" periods. Very weird i know.

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I had a question related to NuvaRing and I though it would be better to reactivate this thread than to start a brand new one. I have been using NuvaRing for about 3 months now and I love it but I had heard that it made periods lighter and the symptoms less. How long does that take? If it hasn't happened in 3 months should I give up hope?

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Ana Ng
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Reviving a long dead thread, again, because I want some feedback. I'm thinking of stacking this month, for the first time- can I expect any side-effects?

I'll unstack next month. Did anyone have any problems with stacking? Anything to report?

Do the uh, other side effects go away? I can't recall. Thanks!

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I started taking the pill in 8th grade because I had terrible cramps and heavy flow. I switched to NuvaRing about a month and a half ago. I'm not really noticing any differences from the pill to speak of. My biggest complaint is that sometimes I can feel it (much the same way you can sometimes feel a tampon if you move the wrong way.) Usually I don't even notice it.

TMI!!!

I noticed the extra "lubrication" thing too, but I've always been a little bit extra-moist in that area. It's rather annoying at times.

Even more TMI
The first time or so I used a vibrator, I was rather upset by fluid squirting out. This is totally normal, I hope?

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Laughing, because apparently it's not only normal, but standard. :dies of electric shock: [lol]

Did you happen to try stacking them yet?

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moonfall, what you're experiencing is totally normal. It doesn't happen to all women, though some speculate that it could happen to any woman if she were stimulated in just the right way (that is, if pressure were applied to her G-spot.) It's sometimes called "female ejaculation." Also, I don't know if this will make you feel better or worse, but there is an entire sub-genre of porn devoted to women who experience "squirting orgasms."

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Very weird, but I just started using the ring a month and a half ago and I wanted to start a thread to ask some questions.

Question #1 was about the extra lubrication - apparently it's normal.

Question #2 - I have to take the ring out during intercourse because hubby and I can both feel it (not in a good way). The problem is that when I take it out, I get a burning sensation in my vagina which is not exactly the most pleasant and/or mood-enhancing sensation. Hubby also says he has noticed a burning sensation on his tip since I started using it. Has anyone else experienced this?

ETA: Sitting here just now, I realized that I feel the same burning sensation as when I take it in/out, and that I am also moister than usual for no apparent reason. I'm really starting to not like this thing and have been thinking for a week or so that I want to go back to my doc and discuss other options.

Question #3 - Ana Ng, what does "stacking" mean?

Thanks.

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quote:
Originally posted by Esprise Me:
moonfall, what you're experiencing is totally normal. It doesn't happen to all women, though some speculate that it could happen to any woman if she were stimulated in just the right way (that is, if pressure were applied to her G-spot.) It's sometimes called "female ejaculation." Also, I don't know if this will make you feel better or worse, but there is an entire sub-genre of porn devoted to women who experience "squirting orgasms."

That's what I've heard (the first part of your post). As for your last comment, I guess there's someone who will be aroused no matter how odd the stimulus.

I was a little hesitant to try NuvaRing at first because I heard a guy talking about how unpleasant it is to give oral sex to a woman using NuvaRing. I didn't want to doom myself to that situation, but the nurse who gave me the prescription basically told me that guy was an asshole.

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I was on the NuvaRing and had to stop. To put it bluntly, it made me randomly vomit. I mean, I'd be driving and be like, "Oh NFBSK! I gotta pull over!" I'd hardly jump out before it came. I'm on Depovara now... no periods at all... I love it.

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Elsie-I can't feel the ring at all. The BF can, though. Not all the time, thankfully.

Moonfall, BF's given oral with the ring-he hasn't noticed a difference.

Elsie, stacking is when you take one Ring out and immediatly put another in-without the week break. My doc's having me do this for 4 Rings (12 weeks of no period!)

She told me that I could expect to have a heavier period, but that was about it.

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That's what I thought "stacking" might mean. I doubt wearing two at once is a good idea (or comfortable)
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quote:
Originally posted by Forgotten Fay:
I was on the NuvaRing and had to stop. To put it bluntly, it made me randomly vomit. I mean, I'd be driving and be like, "Oh NFBSK! I gotta pull over!" I'd hardly jump out before it came. I'm on Depovara now... no periods at all... I love it.

That's odd that the NuvaRing made you feel nauseated. I know that the hormones in birth control can do that, but I'm surprised it was so extreme for you. I have to eat before I can take my pill, if I want to avoid feeling woozy in an hour, and I can't double up if I miss a day; I have to space them out by a few hours, or I could end up puking. I would think, though, that time-release mechanisms like the ring would minimize the problem, and something like Depo, which involves getting several months' supply at once, would make it worse. Oh, well, different strokes and all that.

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I used NuvaRing for a year because I kept forgetting my pills, dropping them down the sink, losing them, etc... but then I just worried about it all the time (did it fall out in the toilet?) and it bothered me I had to leave it in there for 3 weeks. I don't know; I guess I just couldn't get into it. I didn't want to go on the patch for the same reason (did it fall off??)

So I went back on the pill. Now I just keep them out of the bathroom.

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I used NuvaRing for a while, two seperate stretches of time. I don't do well on hormonal methods of birth control because while on hormones I get really really sick during my period. NuvaRing really didn't help that much, which is why I am now on Yasmin non-stop (to avoid periods completely). For me, no period = no sickness.

Anyhow, NuvaRing was a pretty decent form of birth control. It didn't get in the way of foreplay or sex, I had no problem getting it out at the end of the month, and the only icky parts were trying to take it out when your period comes a little bit early.

My insurance covered it but I still had a $25 copay.

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I liked Yasmin, but I kept forgetting to take it. Which is one reason I switched to the NuvaRing.

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raises hand* i have a question!

I wanna try nuvaring...but can you take it out alot? i've read that some peopel can feel it and my bf is...blessed in that area...so does it make a diff if you take it out for a few hours? can you wash it? does it get dirty?

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I always took it out for um... relations. You can take it out for three hours at a time.

Does anyone get breakouts on it? I think it might be making me break out a little, but I'm not sure.

ETA: Not to be gross, but it's much easier to reapply after the fact. :gigglegigglegiggle:

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quote:
Originally posted by Chloe:
What about that "Head-On" stuff? (Yes, I know it's not birth control; stop it already!) But what is it, and does it work? How?

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Ana, hormonal fluctuations resulting from contraception can make your skin clear up or break out. I'm sure you've seen ads for the pill that also helps your complexion. It's never seemed to make a difference to me, but then, nothing less than Accutane ever made a dent in my zits, and after Accutane I needed nothing more.

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I wanted to know how long anyone has waited to have unprotected sex when they first started using nuvaring.

The Dr. said to use a backup method for a month but the nuvaring prescription info says to wait 7 days. And I heard it starts working in days or hours after you first put it in.

I want to be safe so I think I'm just going to wait 7 days.

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For anyone who's interested... In the time since my last post a couple of weeks ago, every symptom I was complaiming of has stopped. No more burning sensation and no more extra "moistness" for no apparent reason. And, since the burning has stopped, sex has become enjoyable again (YAY)!!! I still take the ring out for sex because I can feel it during the act, but I am no longer aware of it as a normal course of going about my day. In fact, on the day I was supposed to take it out (a couple of days ago), I completely forgot about it until the day was almost over. Of course, I took it out as soon as I remembered and my period started just fine on its scheduled day, just an hour or two later than normal.

And Morrigan, thanks for the info on "stacking".

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quote:
Originally posted by Brad from Georgia:
quote:
Originally posted by Chloe:
What about that "Head-On" stuff? (Yes, I know it's not birth control; stop it already!) But what is it, and does it work? How?

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My face cleared up, I think it was the hiatus I took from my beloved rosehip oil...

I might stack this month and end it early, is that bad? Like three weeks, two weeks, painters and decorators.

Have we established whether or not it makes you "different"?

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Welcome, Elsie!

Ana Ng: not bad, actually. It just makes it more convenient. Different as how, Ana? For me, it just made my cramps worse (one reason I'm on birth control), and it makes my period a couple of days longer. The length I could deal with, but not the cramps.

TMI territory: I can't stack them. Makes the cramps too bad...so it's back to 3 on, 1 off. But, I'd rather do that than have 6 weeks in and a week of horrible cramps.

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