This is part 2 of my new series of talks about contraception and birth control for trans masculine people (non-binary included) and trans men, specifically about personal experiences of getting an IUD in Poland, a country where affordable trans-specific healthcare is a problem and where trans reproductive rights are not discussed outside of trans message boards, facebook groups and support meetings.
This series follows my attempt to get an IUD as a trans masculine person in Poland. Click here for part 1: http://bit.ly/29Fnkjt
Medical language used, body parts, internal organs and bodily functions and fluids mentioned. Do do mind that while watching.