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15 September 2010

Myth 3: what happens to the menstrual blood when I don't get periods anymore?

Nothing happens as there is no blood being produced. The hormone in the IUS has puts the lining of the uterus (the endometrium) into a resting phase.

When the IUS is removed, the endometrium will start growing and periods will return.

 
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