13 May Tamara Wilder
IUD Awareness Story: Are They Really Safe?
Please join us to learn more about what the early warning signs are, share your personal IUD story, listen to other women’s experiences, learn more about awareness efforts and/or help us figure out how to better spread personal experiences instead of propaganda and misinformation.
It is essential that we all learn how to listen to what our bodies are trying to tell us!
Tamara experienced a severe health crisis (10 months of pure hell) before she finally figured out that her vast array of strange symptoms were indeed being caused by a copper Paragard IUD. She finally “made the connection”, got it removed and her symptoms started going away within just 2 days!
Since that time, she has been in contact with over 20,000 other women suffering from similar clusters of problems who are also undergoing the same challenges of figuring out how to detoxify & support their bodies to get back into balance following this response to having a foreign object inside them. Due to the prevalence of these stories and the seeming denial by most health care professionals that these problems are indeed linked to IUD use, she founded the organization called IUD Awareness – Are They Really Safe? and became an admin for the Facebook support group called “IUD Side Effects: Paragard, Mirena, Skyla & Liletta, etc…” which has grown from 1,800 members to over 19,000 members in just over 4 years time!
The literature boasts that IUDs are “the safest and most effective form of birth control”; yet, in almost every conversation where the subject is brought up there have been a minimum of one and often at least two stories of other women’s negative and often life altering or threatening experiences…. many of them dating back 35+ years. It seems that most everyone has been affected by these devices in one way or another.
More information about IUD’s and their safety can be found on the website http://www.iudawareness.org and the Facebook page called IUD Awareness https://www.facebook.com/iudawareness/ (especially the Notes section). The conversations happening there and on the support groups are both inspiring and disturbing. To join a support group on Facebook visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/iudsideeffects.
Please share this information far & wide as conversations need to be started and women need to trust their intuition and listen to their bodies, instead of letting practitioners convince them that their side effects are normal and acceptable.