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Best time to go for family planning with a loop .

Dear Doctor, I am AAAA aged 30 years, I have two children and now i want to go for family planning . I prefer to go for having Loop (Copper-T). I heard that it is better to go after menses cycle. Which day is the best? Please provide your valuable suggestions in this regard. Thanks for this team for providing a valuable service providing to this world. Regards, AAaaA
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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Hello Sumana,
IUD's can be inserted during any time of menstrual cycle.
But usually it is inserted during or just after the menstrual cycle, this is because chance of pregnancy during menses or just after menses is almost negligible.
So that inserting IUD's in pregnant uterus can be avoided
And also during menses there is some other advantages like chance of infection is also less.
In India, it is usually done just after menses. But Gync of some other countries prefer mid cycle since it is easier to insert due to cervix dilatation.
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