Jaydess coil and nausea or vomiting

How our community feel they have been impacted by nausea or vomiting on jaydess coil

Data is taken from self reported Lowdown user reviews

None or not sure

83%

A bit

10%

Quite a bit

6%

A great deal

1%

Out of the 97 reviews for jaydess coil, 17 people (18%) reported nausea or vomiting.

Reviewers that reported nausea or vomiting as a side effect

Data is taken from self reported Lowdown user reviews

Used for 1 - 3 mo
38 years old
🇬🇧 UK
  •  30th Oct 23

For me possibly the best of the hormonal options I tried (Nuvaring & POP)...definitely in terms of comfort level (and for me the biggest pro is that I have 0 worry about getting pregnant and I can forget about the admin of contraception. When I was using condoms I was an anxious mess about getting pregnant...) but I am still on the fence and may have it removed. Insertion was awful (no painkiller offered) and I was almost completely out of action for 3 days after: pain, headaches, my uterus and ovaries wanted to basically run away and I could hardly walk my dog! Oh yes and quite hormonal as well. So be organised in case this is how your body reacts too. I believed the "most people find it uncomfortable but not painful" official line..must have been written by a man lol. It went way beyond uncomfortable for me. I started bleeding/spotting for about 2 months without stopping immidiately after insertion. It wasn't too worrying but rather annoying. Had to buy more black undies as kept ruining my lighter coloured ones! I had my first proper period 2 months in. I stopped ovulating and I miss my natural cycle and my juices and the libido that comes with it. That being said I do experience vaginal dryness to an extent. I put on about 2lbs (1kg) As only had it over 2.5 months, it's still early days and if things settle down with the spotting and I don't get more annoying side effects I may stay with it a bit longer as I find it very convenient.

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Somewhat negative mood

2 more effects

1 helpful

0 comments

Used for 18 mo - 3 yr
25 years old
🇬🇧 UK
  •  17th Jun 23

I had absolutely horrendous, debilitating pelvic pain that lasted a couple of days several times on the coil. No doctor could explain why, bit it felt like I was going to pass out. The process of having it fitted was also extremely painful, stressful, and borderline traumatic. Being told to take paracetamol before did not help in any way.


Somewhat negative mood

2 more effects

1 helpful

1 comments

Used for 18 mo - 3 yr
32 years old
🇬🇧 UK
  •  4th May 23

I absolutely rate the jaydess coil, I went for this one as it was only 3 years and was the lowest dosage. It gave me very few side effects, my periods got much lighter and stayed regular. The only thing was the insertion - it was very painful but only for a few seconds. When I had it removed it didn’t hurt at all, and the nurse said that now they’re offering pain meds as standard when fitting. Would definitely use this again, made my life so much easier!


Top side effects not reported

1 helpful

0 comments

Jaydess coil common side effects

Data is taken from self reported Lowdown user reviews

63% of jaydess coil reviewers reported period like cramps

51% of jaydess coil reviewers reported tender breasts

40% of jaydess coil reviewers reported vaginal discharge

31% of jaydess coil reviewers reported breast enlargement

29% of jaydess coil reviewers reported vaginal dryness


Possible jaydess coil side effects

Data is taken from self reported Lowdown user reviews

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