Does the removal of a MIRENA IUD create a nidah problem where one is an automatic nidah even if no blood is seen? If blood is seen, can it be attributed to a wound during its removal?


It is controversial if the process or removing the IUD opens the uterus enough to render her a nida, and you should discuss this with your local Rov to hear his opinion. Removing the IUD should not usually make her a wound, if it does speak to your Rov to get his opinion on this.

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