Why I had my IUD REMOVED (horror story)

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  • That sounds horrifying! I've also heard there could be a slight increase in breast cancer risk from both IUD's and the pill so just a PSA to talk to your doctors and discuss your health history and risk before starting something.

    Jyoti BodasJyoti BodasPäivä sitten
  • yeah the fact that the iud had nothing to do with the cysts is bull. The IUD my gyno recommended to me (a lower hormone version of the mirena) reports a 22% of women on it develop ovarian cysts

    Allison WelchAllison Welch3 päivää sitten
  • OMG I got my IUD removed today and this was just recommended to me

    Melissa De La TorreMelissa De La Torre4 päivää sitten
  • I’m on birth control for the same reason! It’s common for women in their 20s to have ovarian cysts sadly... I actually had one surgically removed because it was so big (not trying to freak anyone out) but it was 10 by 12 cm 😳 I would always get pain during ovulation and it was actually twisting inside my uterus which was causing the worst pain I’ve even experienced, so I got it removed!!! This was 7 months ago and I haven’t had any pain since starting birth control right after surgery

    Joanie PinsentJoanie Pinsent5 päivää sitten
  • i had very similar experiences. did your doctor say anything about PCOS?

    lindsay jeffslindsay jeffs5 päivää sitten
  • I tried the pill and never took it consistently- highly recommend the nuvaring it’s so easy and you can’t feel it but still have the power to remove it when you want.

    Maggie BannickMaggie Bannick5 päivää sitten
  • fin and claudia are both so cute 🥺

    Sofia-Lucia PaquetteSofia-Lucia Paquette6 päivää sitten
  • why do doctors not give a cervix dilating pill before the procedure? i took a cytotec, along w painkillers, 3 hrs before n it was all fine

    Charlene KCharlene K6 päivää sitten
  • Literally no one my Google search: How to be Claudia Sulewski? How to be brave like Claudia Sulewski? How to be open like Claudia sulewski?

    Jeyz Ycsha MenorJeyz Ycsha Menor6 päivää sitten
  • just listening to this im getting lightheaded and i CAN FEEL THE PAIN omg

    Gabby McGregorGabby McGregor6 päivää sitten
  • Omg!!! I had the same experience twice! While I was on the IUD. It was insane!!! I collapsed on the floor, I was by myself and had my 6month old baby with me, it was so scary!!! Omg and very very painful, exactly how you described it.

    Fatima NofalFatima Nofal9 päivää sitten
  • I had a cyst when I was 12 and the doc said it was the size of a tangerine RIPPP I feel your pain, they had me wait a week for it to dissipate

    Sophia BurkeSophia Burke10 päivää sitten
  • I had a horrible experience with the IUD as well. Extreme painful cramp every period that last 2 days; to the point I could not leave my bed eventhough before I’d had rarely any cramp. And frequent spotting. I got it taken out and immediately felt way way better. Thank you for sharing 💕

    Nguyen Thuy DuongNguyen Thuy Duong12 päivää sitten
  • you have amazing skin!!!

    rosario de la cruzrosario de la cruz12 päivää sitten
  • My older sister had an ovarian cyst the size of a grapefruit, and another smaller one. They both ruptured, and now she gets them all the time too. They think it might be autoimmune related. Autoimmune diseases run in my family. I have two that we know of but I'm also still running a lot of tests for undiagnosed issues. So maybe, you might want to look into a rheumatologist. I also have gluten intolerance that is autoimmune related.

    Megan CulhaneMegan Culhane26 päivää sitten
  • I got an IUD and 3 days later I got the worst headache ever and my neck went stiff. I could not move my neck at all. I could not understand why I was in so much pain and then remembered I had gotten the iud. My body had some weird reaction to this foreign object inside my body and stated to retaliate. I had to get it removed.

    BookhangoverzBookhangoverz27 päivää sitten
  • I was taking Lo Loestrin for years and all of a sudden started having terrible mood swings! I started a different pill and now I'm 100% better...it's so important for people to keep in touch with their bodies xoxo

    Hannah OTooleHannah OToole28 päivää sitten
  • bye when claudia and finneas were whispering my mom called me and i whispered back 💀💀

    billies aquaphorbillies aquaphor29 päivää sitten
  • I had 3 cysts and had to go to the hospital all 3 times cause I was non stop sick and in pain. Haven’t had any since I got off the pill but didn’t have any on the shot. Wish more people talked about it!

    Skylight22 5Skylight22 529 päivää sitten
  • Hearing this story, i am very glad that i am gay and will not need to go through all of this just to not get pregnant

    Era PastellaEra PastellaUukausi sitten
  • I was having contractions with the mirena. Ended up in the ER. The dr said my uterus was behaving like I was in labor. Sooo happy to get that bad boy out.

    Heather KuphalHeather KuphalUukausi sitten
  • I had the Mirena and had the same thing happen to me. My gyno said it wasn't the IUD, but I believe otherwise. You're right, the pain of a ruptured cyst is unbearable. I had mine removed and the issues went away.

    Maria StephensMaria StephensUukausi sitten
  • Kinda weird she said that she loved her boobs growing. It maybe motivates woman to take birth control... Also the part she said she was at 18 she was sexual active was so not adding to the story. Claudia this video is just not it.

    Voornaam AchternaamVoornaam AchternaamUukausi sitten
  • Thanks for sharing! I had been on the pill for about 15 years (except while having 2 kids and breastfeeding) but started having adverse reactions like hormonal headaches and then finally erythma nodosum this past summer. My legs and ankles were swollen as if I was about to deliver a baby, it was weird and I was so fatigued during it. It was my cue to get off the pill. I had the Paragard inserted in September and am so happy to be free of added hormones!! My body is happy and my boobs got bigger, lol. Periods are as long as they were when I was a teenager, but it doesnt bother me knowing the hormones I have are my natural ones, meant to be in my body.

    Melissa MayMelissa MayUukausi sitten
  • I love how transparent and honest Claudia is

    Liss GrayLiss GrayUukausi sitten
  • I am on my 2nd Mirena and I still love it. Had my first one in for the full 5 years and once it was time to have it removed I had a new one inserted right away.

    Megan JordisonMegan JordisonUukausi sitten
  • your kitchen is so cute!

    Claire wClaire wUukausi sitten

    COOLCATCOOLCATUukausi sitten
  • I had the exact same thing going on with my IUD. It was all good, I mean putting it in was horrible and I fainted too but it was the best for 3 Years and then I got an ovarian cyst. It was as big as a baseball and I had to go into surgery. After that I struggled with cyst monthly so I got my IUD removed and since then, its gone!

    Chantal VogelChantal VogelUukausi sitten
  • IUD's can cause cysts, you can find research for that, sorry to have to tell you that. I've had multiple since having the IUDs and was told by multiple gynos and my doctor the they caused it. I've had 3 IUD's in total, all Skyla. Two expelled (moved out of place in my uterus - severely painful). I had one that expelled in there for almost a year before doctors finally removed it. IT was a MESS. But I can't use birth control and other than that, I will still keep using them. It's definitely a preference. Just listen to your body and go get checked out and internal ultrasounds if anything feels weird or different. Better safe than sorry!

    Vera GordienkoVera GordienkoUukausi sitten
  • When I had the IUD mine flipped and I went to the hospital and it was so painful I thought I was going into birth contractions.

    beautyiskey52beautyiskey52Uukausi sitten
  • I had the copper IUD In for 10 years and have just had a new one fitted... why am I watching this 🙈🙈🙈 I’m scared...

  • I got cysts from my IUD too I think it's because of the ovulation cycle it's listed as a symptom

    Lauren CashmanLauren Cashman2 kuukautta sitten
  • I feel like the arm implant is really underrated but its an awesome option! I love it, and it was a good alternative to the IUD because I have a condition that prevents me from having any form of penetration. It stays in for 3 years, got rid of my period and the process of getting it in was painless and less than 30 minutes.

    Adie GrassAdie Grass2 kuukautta sitten
  • Not to hate on Claudia but if u cant walk ur dog at least once daily u shldnt hv a dog to begin with.

    Taina GutierrezTaina Gutierrez2 kuukautta sitten
  • 4 cysts! You poor soul! I had one shortly after having a miscarriage and I truly thought I was dying. My mom almost called an ambulance but I really loved lo estren fe as a bc. It cleared my skin, i didn’t gain weight and it made my periods tolerable (i have terrible periods as well as bartholin cysts, don’t google unless you want to be traumatized) and the pill has been helpful in all this. Unfortunately I lost my insurance when the pandemic hit so I haven’t been able to get it but I am going to look in to PPH.

    MeldoesmakeupMeldoesmakeup2 kuukautta sitten
  • Yeah I’m gonna stick to natural family planning

    Kelli KochaKelli Kocha2 kuukautta sitten
  • My mom had an ovarian cyst the size of a grapefruit, she had to have a hysterectomy so that she wouldnt get cysts anymore

    Angelina DoradoAngelina Dorado2 kuukautta sitten
  • I love how you are open with us...💜

    aestaetic sugaaestaetic suga2 kuukautta sitten
  • its so interesting your cysts were so painful - i remember my gyno found one for me that was the size of an orange and i didnt feel a thing, the only reason she discovered it was bc i had noted irregular bleeding

    emmavenice22emmavenice222 kuukautta sitten
  • Anyone have any positive experiences with any pills? I mean all I hear are horror stories.

    CLisaCLisa2 kuukautta sitten
  • I wasn’t advised that progesterone only forms of contraception can have adverse effects on those who suffer anxiety and depression. 3 months of bleeding everyday, random breakdowns and severe depression and I couldn’t do it anymore. Horrible.

    RMBRMB2 kuukautta sitten
  • also i had an ovarian cyst too yikes it hurt so bad

    RebeccaRebecca2 kuukautta sitten
  • I have a paragard and I love it but it makes your periods soooooooo painful dude

    RebeccaRebecca2 kuukautta sitten
  • 5:15 is where she actully talks abt it

    Sarah SargesonSarah Sargeson2 kuukautta sitten
  • wait lol i passed out too but on my way out the room and into reception

    Elise PoretElise Poret2 kuukautta sitten
  • Your teeth are very beautiful

    Ahmad ZharifAhmad Zharif2 kuukautta sitten
  • CLAUDIA, HOMEGIRL! I’ve been reconsidering getting an IUD.. the f*ck I am now.. there’s no way. I mean everyone’s experience is different but this confirms it just ain’t for me. I just don’t love the idea of having something in there for years, glad you’re feeling better so far.

    Deanna ElaineDeanna Elaine2 kuukautta sitten
  • I’ve had the same experience. I couldn’t walk for 2 days after they put my Kyllena IUD in😩. I also bled for 4,5 months

    Emmà BernsEmmà Berns2 kuukautta sitten
  • I had the copper IUD and it was the worst experience of my life. It caused so much inflammation and autoimmune issues. I had severe anemia, cramps etc on the Paragaurd. I feel like IUD's are truly not meant to be in our bodies as it is meant to cause inflammation. I had two friends who's body rejected the IUD and they came out fully :/ I've also tried the pill etc and nothing was in alignment with my health. I have used the Daysy Fertility Tracker for the past four years and its the best thing that ever happened to me. I love being in control of my body and knowing its natural rhythms. Thank you for sharing your experience! More women should be open and honest about their journey with bc. Also, hormonal birth control as a whole causes cysts, PCOS etc

    Janay BridgesJanay Bridges2 kuukautta sitten
  • Thanks for sharing your experiences, Claudia! I'm glad you're better now and that your health has improved. I'm also using the IUD (copper) and I have had ZERO problems with it so far. It really depends on everyone's body and preconditions. Stay safe everyone :)

    Charlotte W.Charlotte W.2 kuukautta sitten
  • claudia now you got me scared i have a cyst that’s gonna rupture

    EllamustoEllamusto2 kuukautta sitten
  • I LOVE how you’re always soo honest, open and vulnerable about everything in your life!! I’M SOO PROUD OF YOU BABE!! LOVE YOU AND FINNEAS SM !! Sending you both LOADS OF LOVE AND BLESSINGS!!❤️❤️❤️

    Rajshree PardeshiRajshree Pardeshi2 kuukautta sitten
  • I LOVE how you’re always soo honest, open and vulnerable about everything in your life!! I’M SOO PROUD OF YOU BABE!! LOVE YOU AND FINNEAS SM !! Sending you both LOADS OF LOVE AND BLESSINGS!!❤️❤️❤️

    Rajshree PardeshiRajshree Pardeshi2 kuukautta sitten
  • Hi Claudia love your videos so much☺️ and can you do a video with billie 😏

    Malak AlattarMalak Alattar2 kuukautta sitten
  • Such mature young people...I keep forgetting some people are mature in their 20s 😂

    MelissaMelissa2 kuukautta sitten
  • I’m curious how many guys watch her and enjoy her talking about really personal things like me. Love a open book 🙌

    DakaiWolfDakaiWolf2 kuukautta sitten
  • I wiss she will pls make a video whit Billie pls

    That geco girlThat geco girl2 kuukautta sitten
  • Everyone has a different experience with the IUD. Don’t let one bad experience discourage you from arguably the best form of birth control.

    Chloe PetroChloe Petro2 kuukautta sitten
  • So glad that you decide to open up about these topics

    Ana DhemingAna Dheming2 kuukautta sitten
  • I had a softball sized ovarian cyst surgically removed this fall (benign thankfully). So they definitely can become quite large! All while on the pill too. Sorry to hear you dealt with this!

    laurmidilaurmidi2 kuukautta sitten
  • I have fibroids and it hurts so much. The doctors have no answer. There has been so less research into female issues in this time it's crazy. I totally know how you can faint while putting in a tampon. I have been on the verge of fainting while inserting a tampon. It sucks women have to go through so much. God did us wrong

    anosjcanosjc2 kuukautta sitten
  • So in the Netherlands you Also have the Kyleena IUD. Its kinda like a middel ground situation. You have less hormones in your body and the IUD is much smaller. I Thought they Also had this IUD in the USA.

    WendelynWendelyn2 kuukautta sitten
  • Oh my god, I had an ovarian cyst that ruptured after sex and it was the WORST pain I've had in my entire life. I know EXACTLY how you feel! I had to have three rounds of pain killers just so the pain would lessen enough that I could lie down without crying. My OBGYN also put me on the pill to prevent the formation of anymore too! Thank you for talking about this! I know it's so much more common than people realize and I honestly was never educated on it till it happened to me.

    Aisha AlexaAisha Alexa2 kuukautta sitten
  • I just discovered your channel today and I love the positive energy 💫

    Meredith EricksonMeredith Erickson2 kuukautta sitten
  • I WILL NEVER GET AN IUD AGAIN... I had an IUD for about 5 years (2 Skylas) and prior to that I was on the pill for 4ish years. The pill make me feel a little weird/I was sick of taking it every day/the IUD was more effective, so switching was a no brainer. I LOVED my first IUD. I could barely feel it and insertion pain wise I always said it was bearable enough to do once a year, defintiely every 3 years. I had no periods immediately after (still haven't gotten one which is now super concerning) and I never had and mood changes or anything. BUT after 5 years shit started going down hill when I injured myself doing a funky move during yoga. My whole pelvic area was hurt, I felt like trash, and I went through a good bit of physical therapy and pelvic relaxation techniques, but I could never figure it out. Eventually, my *lady parts* were so damn inflamed that it stunned my gyno as it was blood red and not getting oxygen. I was getting cramps, fatigue, and severe back pain. My 2 gynos, of course, did not recommend removing the IUD (if you want a real horror story, look into how little research is done on birth control before it's distributed), but my chiropractor did. Thank god. I finally removed it after 4 months of pain and a good 50% subsided that month (the last 50% has been slowly dwindling alongside physical therapy). I will say I had other posture issues that contributed, but the IUD was also doing a lot of harm. My pelvic area was inflamed af and when I began looking into IUDs I realized this inflammation is normal and can *sometimes* cause infertility as your tubes swell/muscles harden in response. All in all, I used to be the girl that told ALL of my gfs to get an IUD, but I will never get one again and my body is much happier now. Hope this helps someone!

    Spencer LintonSpencer Linton2 kuukautta sitten
  • me watching this with endometriosis thinking the pain will kill me every time 💧👄💧

    alex dazealex daze2 kuukautta sitten
  • My IUD insertion was the worst thing ever

    Kelly FisherKelly Fisher2 kuukautta sitten
  • WHAT is the name of that terracotta fabletics set?? It’s not a want, it’s a neeeed. Someone help

    Lia BertucciLia Bertucci2 kuukautta sitten
  • Thank you soooo much for talking about this Claudia❤️

    Ainsley MaddalenaAinsley Maddalena2 kuukautta sitten
  • Bruh, to all my ladies who don’t get checked, cysts can grow huge and twist your tubes and you may have to get your ovary removed. It happened to my sister.

    Miss IvaMiss Iva2 kuukautta sitten
  • omg i remember when i got mine how were you able to drive wtf that shit was so painful

    Kyla AvantKyla Avant2 kuukautta sitten
  • I got my IUD inserted in high school, during the school day and was told to just go class right after getting it in and I was 17.

    Ava GuminaAva Gumina2 kuukautta sitten
  • I’m currently on month 8 with my IUD and I’m still bleeding for 3-4 weeks anytime I get my period. They scheduled me for an ultrasound to see if it was placed incorrectly. If not they suggested I still get it removed 🙃

    ohhheythere1ohhheythere12 kuukautta sitten
  • I’m an ob gyn. It’s called Lo Estrin “eff ee” not “fay.” The Fe stands for the element symbol for iron. Some of the pills contain ferrous fumarate. You took/take 10 micrograms of estrogen in the form of ethinyl estradiol, not 10 milligrams. You probably had corpus luteum cysts; wise to switch back to pills. Try taking an NSAID like Motrin before a procedure, it can reduce cramping and might prevent what sounds like vasovagal syncope. Thanks for sharing this with your audience. Sorry for your scary experiences...

    Tomorrow TodayTomorrow Today2 kuukautta sitten
  • do u still want a child tho

    Fatima BatoolFatima Batool2 kuukautta sitten
  • Oh my gosh wow. I’ve been having cysts too and they are TERRIBLE. QUESTION: You mentioned the first time the rupture/pain happened you went in and they took an ultrasound and said you had a cyst. But that the second time you had really bad pain they said there actually wasn’t a cyst. Did I get that right? Did you figure out what it was? Because the same exact thing is happening to me. I’ve had previous cysts and am very familiar with the pain. Months went by without one and then the pain (I’m all too familiar with) came back. So I went and go an ultrasound naturally thinking it was a cyst but there wasn’t anything there... and now I’m confused lol Wondering if you can touch more on your experience with that ?

    Ashli ButsAshli Buts2 kuukautta sitten
  • I love how claudia is not scared to share things and she is comfortable to speak to us❤

    Ella FowlerElla Fowler2 kuukautta sitten
  • Do you have PCOS, like, is that where all the cysts came from?

    Katelyn PetersenKatelyn Petersen2 kuukautta sitten
  • I got the copper iud (aka non-hormonal iud)1.5 years ago and I thought I was gonna have to get it removed during the first 24 hours because the pain was sooooo bad and my inner lady bits were very swollen. I was awake all night crying in pain and I thought I was gonna have to go to the ER at 3am (but I didn’t). Luckily, the pain reduced significantly after the first day. I remained a little crampy for about two days post op but then I felt okay! I still have the iud, and I’ve loved it ever since! I powered through the pain and took some pills regularly until the cramps went away. Despite my insertion experience, I do recommend the iud but obviously it isn’t the best option for other people. Hopefully my experience that started negative and turned out positive will inspire some people. If anyone has questions I don’t mind answering! (But I’m not a medical professional)

    Madeline WMadeline W2 kuukautta sitten
  • I clenched so hard listening to this

    Of CourseOf Course2 kuukautta sitten
  • The nutty nana looks like the Toasties they sell in Thailand 7-eleven’s !!!

    tanya markovictanya markovic2 kuukautta sitten
  • I always love your videos. I’ve known 3 women who have gotten pregnant on the IUD so I’m a big birth control pill fan. However, after I had my daughter, I got my tubes tied. I only wanted 1 child (I had a very bad pregnancy due to my health conditions) and it was a girl!!! I’ve had ovarian cysts as well & I concur with your horrid pain. I had to have surgery to remove them 2 weeks after they were detected. Thank you for always being so honest & open. I 💜 u to pieces!

    Jane McClurgJane McClurg2 kuukautta sitten
  • I had the most awful experience with the Hormonal IUD, bled for 13 months straight, had multiple ovarian cysts, my anxiety/mood swings were AWFUL, both my boyfriend and i could feel it during sex, and it embedded into my uterus which is when I ended up removing it. I haven't heard very many positive experiences with it, unfortunately.

    ShylaShyla2 kuukautta sitten
  • I had something so similar with Mirena. It HAS to be connected. Took the mirena out and everything went away. It was crazy. Passed out and an event. it was horrible

    hayleauhayleau2 kuukautta sitten
  • Is it just me or does it feel like she's always cleaning that closet?

    *youtube name**youtube name*2 kuukautta sitten
  • I had an ovarian cyst the size of a lemon...hehe maybe bigger (10cm diameter). But I could get it removed and I never felt pain. Just after the surgery but im gucci

    Regina MartosRegina Martos2 kuukautta sitten
  • Thanks for sharing about bleeding for months after getting it. Very helpful to hear someone else’s experience.

    Charlene BCharlene B2 kuukautta sitten
  • I have a Mirena IUD and I had an ovarian cyst. My OBGYN said that the cysts occur in 10% of women with the IUD.

    Lindsey TowleLindsey Towle2 kuukautta sitten
  • OMG i thought i was the only one who fainted with these kinda stuff lol

    Paveenuch CholprapanPaveenuch Cholprapan2 kuukautta sitten
  • hey just to make your life easier - you don't actually need to take the pill at the same time every day. It's just recommended for the purpose of forming a consistent habit :) glad everything ended up working out

    Chaney HornbacherChaney Hornbacher2 kuukautta sitten
  • omg us ladies really out here having insane ovarian cysts. I also would have waves of insane pain that felt like a knife stabbing me and my doc was like yep we see your cyst but that happens. I've been on the pill for 4 months and ovulation is gone so no more cysts pain :) I also recommend the pill for those with painful periods, I also had cramps outta this world and now they are only slightly noticeable

    Amy HeldAmy Held2 kuukautta sitten
  • lol i walked to get my paraguard and walked myself home

    Ann GaoAnn Gao2 kuukautta sitten
  • I had this exact experience on Mirena!! I went through 4 gynos that didn’t believe me and just started seeing one at John’s Hopkins. She explained for women prone to PCOS and ovarian cysts, estrogen/progesterone can help PREVENT cysts! So Mirena wasn’t enough of a dose to prevent, it wasn’t causing the cysts but wasn’t helping them. It changed my whole life 💗💗

    okayemilyokayemily2 kuukautta sitten
  • Lordddd. I relate to the pain, for nearly a whole year I would get these random bouts of awful pain which I went to the drs and told was nothing. In September that year it was the worse it had ever been I was crying and vomiting and they found I had an ovarian cyst that was causing an ovarian torsion. Even still at first the thought it wasn’t as bad as a scan suggested it was 3cm in diameter which meant it wouldn’t need surgery. When they did the ultrasound it was actually 8cm and needed to be removed right away - the cyst had been wrapping around one of my ovaries and cutting off the blood supply so I lost my ovary too. All at the age of 16 as well. Absolutely the worst pain of my life

    elise coxelise cox2 kuukautta sitten
  • Do you do your own pilates workouts or do you do a video?

    Morgan RaymondMorgan Raymond2 kuukautta sitten
  • Omg u reminded me sm of Mandy Moore in a walk to remember when u we’re talking to finneas before u started to talk about birth control

    Brina ColladoBrina Collado2 kuukautta sitten
    • Like the way u spoke and ur facial expressions

      Brina ColladoBrina Collado2 kuukautta sitten
  • DUDE ovarian cysts are the worst thing I’ve ever experienced! My mom, who had a 36 hour natural birth, said that only CHILD BIRTH was worse than that pain

    Federica FerrariFederica Ferrari2 kuukautta sitten
  • Wow!!!Super cool edit while showing us the fabletics outfits.... sending virtual hugs and have a merry christmas

    Bianka VaclavovaBianka Vaclavova2 kuukautta sitten
  • oh how the tables have turned. now claudia eats plant based and her friend lexie went back to eating meat. not hating just interesting

    Emilia SmythEmilia Smyth2 kuukautta sitten