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    Copper IUD but 2 weeks late on period?
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    sweets1988 posted:
    For a week now ive been having period like cramping, headaches and other symptoms of my period but no bleeding. For about 2 weeks total ive also been moody. Then food will sound amazing one minute & then nothing will sound good. at that point i can be slightly nauseous & stick with water. Ive also been very sensitive to smells which isnt like me. I worry, that even though ive had this IUD in for about 8 months ( since my second daughter was a month old) that something isnt right. I am breastfeeding her still, but up until now my period has been regular for several months now.
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