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Liletta IUD side effects

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Liletta IUD

Liletta IUD common side effects

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Dizziness

100% of Liletta IUD reviewers reported dizziness

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Vaginal discharge

100% of Liletta IUD reviewers reported vaginal discharge

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Migraine with aura

100% of Liletta IUD reviewers reported migraine with aura

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Tender breasts

100% of Liletta IUD reviewers reported tender breasts

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Lower back pain

100% of Liletta IUD reviewers reported lower back pain


Data is taken from self reported Lowdown user reviews

  • 100% of Liletta IUD reviewers reported tender breasts

  • 100% of Liletta IUD reviewers reported lower back pain

  • 100% of Liletta IUD reviewers reported headaches


Data is taken from self reported Lowdown user reviews

  • Dizziness (100%)
  • Vaginal discharge (100%)
  • Migraine with aura (100%)
  • Tender breasts (100%)
  • Lower back pain (100%)
  • Headaches (100%)
  • Nausea or vomiting (0%)
  • Discomfort wearing contact lenses (0%)
  • Cystitis (0%)
  • Sweating more than usual (0%)
  • Vaginal dryness (0%)
  • Migraines (0%)
  • Body hair getting darker (0%)
  • High blood pressure (0%)
  • Breast enlargement (0%)
  • Body hair increase (0%)
  • Period like cramps (0%)
  • Hair loss (0%)
  • A latex allergy (0%)
  • Thrush (0%)
  • Pelvic infection (0%)

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Used for 5 - 8 yr
44 years old
🇺🇸 US
  •  6 days ago

  •  Stopped using

I could feel it when I exercised always. Starting year 5 I had terrible cystic acne and lower back pain that travelled down my left leg to my knee. It’s been 4 days since it was removed and my back is already feeling better. A heavy period starting the night I had it removed. It’s been going on 4 days and it is still heavy. I am hoping the acne goes away over time since it is out. It was nice not having heavy periods but not at the expense of my face and back. I have had to see a Dermatologist for several years now and the treatments don’t help much. I also saw a back doc and had a shot to help with the pain along with physical therapy for a few months. The shot helped for a month or two but the pain returned. I gained weight because it was uncomfortable to exercise and feel the IUD even when I walked uphill and the back and left leg pain. Insertion was traumatizing and I was conscious sedated for the removal which was a much better experience. Women should not have to go through that without conscious sedating. We should also be provided with more info on what to expect when we get it, how it might age, what to look for side effect wise, and guidance on getting it out and the aftermath. Terrible experience

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