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GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
1/31/12 5:34 P

I finally decided to stop using Nuva ring when it fell in the toilet. It had fallen out, inspite of correct placement, and kept giving me b/v.

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1/31/12 5:02 P

I would venture a guess that it came out at some point & experienced that myself several times. Once it was located in the bedding and the other times, well... lets just say that the wrong person wound up wearing it after "activity". I can't say if it's happened to others but I'd suspect it has. I'm certain it was in correctly - I'm a nurse and feel I am knowledgeable enough in the female anatomy and physical assessment to ensure it is placed properly. I wound up deciding to check placement when needed just to be safe.

CJSNLOVE3 Posts: 404
11/30/11 11:54 P

I went to remove my Nuvaring and it wasn't there. I know for a 100% that I did put it in 3 weeks ago. I am totally freaking out. I have no idea when it came out. Has anybody ever experience this?

Edited by: CJSNLOVE3 at: 12/2/2011 (00:53)
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