I'm lookin for answers. I'm very worried that i may not be able to have anymore children. Back in 2008 Feb to be exact i had my boyfriend remove my IUD. I had the copper one. I liked it but my side effects were to severe. I didnt think to go to the hospital to get it removed in fear they wud turn me down because i had no insurance. I had it in for 6 months prior to him removing it. Im a young mother of 2. My kids are 2 yrs apart. Ones 4 the other is 2. I'm afraid by him removing the IUD it may have scarred something. I asked healthcare providers about this. But when i went to my local health department to get my annual pap smear the doc said everything looked fine. But thats just the outside. I figure if my periods are pretty normal and im young and healthy and within a yr i can conceive then wats the prob now. I have been with my fiancee now for a yr and a half and since day one we have had unprotected sex and i have not become pregnant. I have never had an known diagnosis of PID, But my 2 yr olds father contracted Chlamydia several times and all times i was treated. I honestly caught it from him about 4 times. I have probably had that particular STD 6 times. I had it once before with my 4 yr olds dad. Once again the men stepping out. I was a couple of weeks pregnant with her when i found out through a urine sample. But was treated immediately. Basically im wondering will medicaid pay for certain testing to see if my reproductive organs have been harmed or not. I'm so worried. Also i know i douched while having the STD. And im now learning here douching only pushes it further up, causing more damage and makin it hard for doctors to find it so it can be treated. I really want to know if everything is ok cuz i do want more kids in the future. It's like i used to get pregnant like clockwork. Now its been a whole yr and no baby. Can someone plz help answering these questions? I'm beginning to think all my bad choices of men and lack of self worth has resulted in infertilityReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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