Re: Birth control
with the PP. The problem with Mirena is that there's no knowing if it will affect your supply or not until after you've had it placed. And if it does affect your supply and you decide you need to get it removed, you're stuck with it until you can get an appointment.
If you're set on an IUD, ParaGard is the more conservative choice. If you want a hormonal method, the mini-pill might be a good option, because if it affects your supply you can immediately stop taking it.
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