Naga Munchetty supported by BBC co-star Carol Kirkwood over 'traumatic' health update

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Naga Munchetty supported by BBC co-star Carol Kirkwood over 'traumatic' health update

To this, weathercaster Carol showed her support with a love heart emoji and kisses in the replies. According to the NHS’ website, an IUD is a small

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To this, weathercaster Carol showed her support with a love heart emoji and kisses in the replies. 

According to the NHS’ website, an IUD is a small T-shaped plastic and copper device that’s put into the womb by a doctor or nurse.

The device releases copper to prevent pregnancy, and is efficient for 5-10 years.

Introducing the topic, Naga explained some women feel that their pain is “something to endure, not a problem to solve”, particularly when it comes to gynaecological issues. 



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