Lydia IUD insertion pain can vary from person to person, you can try taking Ibuprofen or Paracetamol before insertion. IUD insertion is easier when your cervix is open such as when you are on your period or ovulating. Even if there is some pain, it quickly passes once it is over.
Lydia IUD can be inserted at any time by a trained healthcare provider. Your period days are only neccessary just to be double sure that you are not pregnant. Also your cervix may open easily and cause you less discomfort during insertion
Lydia IUD does not cause Sexually Transmitted Infections(STIs). STIs are caused by having unprotected sex with an infected person and not because of your IUD. If you are not sure of your partner's STI status, use Fiesta condoms.
Lydia IUD does not cause abortion(termination of an existing pregnancy). It works by preventing sperm from meeting the released egg- that is, it prevents fertilization of the egg. No fertilization = No existing pregnancy.
Lydia IUD does not cause women to have ectopic pregnancy and it does not increase the chances of having ectopic pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy is an abnormal one that happens when a fertilized egg grows outside the womb and often has no known cause. Since Lydia IUD prevents an egg from being fertilized this means pregnancy will not occur whether ectopic or normal.