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I was depending on my IUD to work

Updated: Jan 4

I had just graduated college. 22 years old. Left my boyfriend. Had a fling. Learned I was pregnant. Not sure which guy. Fresh out of school, blasting into the the big world with big hopes and big dreams, it was TOTALLY NOT in my plan to settle down with a baby. I was depending on my IUD to work. But it failed. Hiked up too high in my uterus to be effective, so the doctor told me upon examination. I felt like my body had an unwanted growth that needed to be removed. Luckily, my abortion was safe, quick, compassionate, supportive and trouble-free. What a relief! I never did have human children. I have no regrets.

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