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Yummy German Red Cabbage recipe ... so traditionally delicious. Check it out http://www.quick-german-recipes.com/recipe-for-red-cabbage.html

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Atheism and Religion 95

Things that belong is a uterus: IUD's, babies, hormones. Things that do NOT belong in a uterus: religion, laws, men, "persons", misplaced moral outrage.

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23 Things Everyone Should Know About IUDs

18. You should get an STI test before you get the IUD - it’s crucial to get tested for these infections before you get an IUD and any time you may be at risk while you have an IUD in. Your doctor may test you for chlamydia and gonorrhea right before she inserts the IUD, which is also fine as long as you treat the infections immediately if your test comes back positive, says Minkin.

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Never say never, and other thoughts on having more kids. Jen Fulwiler writes about her high risk pregnancies and answers the questions about having more kids.

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#IUD #PregnancyLawsuit Claims Contend Pregnancy Complications Such As Harmful Infections, #EctopicPregnancies, Miscarriages, And The Death Of The Baby. southernmedlaw.com

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I try not to pin every cute and romantic couple picture I see, in fact I try hard not to pin any, but I particularly love this one. And it's February, so I get a break! <3

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The Ultimate Guide to Safer Sex - another fantastic infographic! Though I am surprised that the IUD is not listed as a birth control option... It is the MOST effective form of birth control besides abstinence. I highly recommend it. Regardless, still great info in this infographic!

The Ultimate Guide to Safer Sex [Infographic]

The Ultimate Guide to Safer Sex - another fantastic infographic! Though I am surprised that the IUD is not listed as a birth control option... It is the MOST effective form of birth control besides abstinence. I highly recommend it. Regardless, still great info in this infographic!

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A Rant About Birth Control. And the Synchronicities Around Getting my IUD Removed.

I still can’t believe it’s 2016 and we don’t have better birth control options. It’s either take some crazy fake hormones, or have some foreign body inserted in your uterus, or chart your cycles and risk having an abortion. Ultimately I ended up getting an IUD because it wasn’t fake hormones (I got the copper one) and it didn’t mess with your cycle - you still bled and ovulated and all that as per usual.