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I know this probably sounds really stupid but i would rather be safe than sorry because i just gave birth it will be three months on saturday but anyway as you all know i am using The Merina (IUD ) anyway i am wanting to know weather or not it is okay for my husband to be able to ejaculate in me or not and i have never had any other partners except for my husband and he was with only one other partner and we have both had sti and std screening and we both came up clear so as far as that goes i do not have to worry about it i was just wondering if it is okay if he ejaculates in me and if he does than what is the chances of a pregnancy risk with IUD and can you give me like a percentage or something thanks so much all information will be greatly appreciated and accepted
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The IUD is around 99% effective.

So, yes, it is fine for your husband to ejaculate in you. That, after all, is kind of the purpose of contraception

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