(Closed) its not the right time but one day it will be…

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

So you don’t want a baby right now but you aren’t ready for the IUD yet? And if you don’t have any money, that’s what Planned Parenthood is for. He’s looking out for you.

My husband waffles on things he wants to do. “oh i’ll do it later, blah blah blah”. It bugs me..if you want something, go through with it. So i made him an appointment at the dermatologists office. He thanked me and now he’s going. Pretty sure if i hadn’t done it for him, he’d STILL be complaining about his skin, saying “oh i need to go” but not going, haha.

Maybe he realized how scary it was you COULD be pregnant and how hard it’d be to support another mouth so he got the ball rolling for you.

I guess if you aren’t ready for a baby and you aren’t ready for BC…sex can be very dangerous in the whole baby-making aspect

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Do you mean IUD?  argh typos.

Those are pretty easily reversable.  While they CAN last 5-10 years depending on type, they can also be removed much sooner than that and are very effective.  If you’re both in agreement that you don’t want kids for the next year and a half, I don’t think his wanting you to get this means he doesn’t want kids later.  Since you say you’ve wanted to have it done, it’s just a sudden increase in pressure from him, it sounds like he’s just nervous and doesn’t want another scare.  I don’t know the whole situation, but the way it reads to me, he’s more encouraging you to go and get it done so there’s no more nervousness than pressuring you to make a choice you don’t want about kids.

Post # 7
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2410 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Hmm, if you are taking BC and taking it correctly I’m not really sure I see the need for an IUD so I can understand your reluctance.

Post # 8
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Just FYI, it is easier to get the IUD inserted during the first few days of your period if you’ve never had kids (That’s what they told me and it wasn’t too bad).  I got mine out a year later because I had some side effects, but you can get it out at anytime!

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