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What is iud?

What is iud?

Intrauterine device: An iud is a device inserted through the cervix for reliable and reversible birth control. Paraguard is a copper based device good for 10 years and had no hormones. Mirena (levonorgestrel) is a Progesterone containing iud which is good for 5 years and is also useful for both birth control and decreasing bleeding. Both have web sites for your review. ...Read more

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Intrauterine Device (Definition)

A small object that is inserted into your uterus ...Read more


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What is iud?

What is iud?

Contraceptive device: An iud is a form of long acting reversible contraceptive - birth control - that is commonly used. These devices are placed into the uterus in the office. They are a safe and effective method of birth control. Consult with your doctor to decide if this is a good option for you. ...Read more

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What is an iud?

What is an iud?

Device: Iud is "intra uterine device." a device of plastic or metal construction that is inserted in the uterine cavity for contraception. ...Read more

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How does IUD work?

How does IUD work?

Stops Fertilization: Both the Mirena (levonorgestrel) and paragard iuds keep sperm from fertilizing an egg. Paragard--a copper iud releases copper into the uterus; copper works as a spermicide. Mirena (levonorgestrel) thickens cervical mucous so sperm cannot enter; Mirena (levonorgestrel) may also block ovulation. Both iuds may create uterine inflammation which makes it harder for the egg to implant even if it did get fertilized. ...Read more

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Is a IUD safe after 41?

Generally: It alll depends on your medical condition. If you do not have fibroids or a pelvic infection or any condition that will contraindicate its application, it should be generally safe . You will need aa thorough gynecologic evaluation prior. ...Read more

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Can i take out IUD myself?

Not recommended: Removing an IUD yourself isn't recommended. It would be difficult and could cause injury or infection. In the doctor's office, the doc can see well and uses sterile instruments to remove it. It is usually a very quick procedure if the string can be seen. It is more difficult if the string isn't visible. Best wishes! ...Read more

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How safe is the Morena iud?

Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD: I think Mirena (levonorgestrel) is a fairly safe form of Birth control. Like all forms of contraception it has its risks. Mirena (levonorgestrel) not only has the risks of progesterone but the risks associated with a device in the uterus. Let me refer you to www.mirena-us.com for full details as there is not room her to give you a full discussion. ...Read more

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Will insurance cover an IUD?

Will insurance cover an IUD?

Depends...: All insurance policies are not created the same and they all have different levels of coverage for different services... you should be able to tell if they cover an IUD by checking into your specific policy (or asking the physicians office - they should be able to get approval prior to the service so you know what your out of pocket expense would be) ...Read more

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Can my bf get hurt by my iud?

Unlikely: Your boyfriend may feel the iud string during intercourse but it is unlikely it will hurt him if it is put in correctly. Sometimes the iud string can be trimmed a little if intercourse is uncomfortable. ...Read more