Intrauterine device

What is Intrauterine device?

Intrauterine device is a device designed to be fitted inside the uterus to prevent pregnancy from occurring or for releasing drugs to treat certain conditions. The device may have minerals like copper or hormones like progesterone. The common devices are copper T, Multiload, Mirena and they have different shapes, sizes and contents.

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I have a question about my period before when I was younger I had got pregnant and I had the baby and I decided to get the IUD (intrauterine...

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Please ask your doctor to rune out the thyroid hormone profile as this appears hypothyroidism rather than IUD induced damage. In case this...

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Hi , i wanted to know which is the best time to put the Copper T ? i want to know the details of the Copper T

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Copper T can be inserted at any time of your periodic cycle, but one thing should be sure that you are not pregnant. Therefore, best...

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Hi Dr, I have a 5yr old daughter and soon i will be giving birth to my second baby (boy) i never in my life taken prevention tablets or injection...

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inserting an intrauterine device after child birth is usually done around 6-8 weeks after birth.
Because the uterus is back down to it`s normal...

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