What are the side effects of copper iud?

Few. Most women will have some slight cramping and/or spotting when the iud is placed. Some women will have heavier periods and/or more cramping for up to three cycles after the iud is placed. Most women have little or no side effects from a copper t iud.
Heavier period. The CopperIUD is one of the BEST forms of birth control available. It is non-hormonal (no effect on fertility/acne/headaches/nausea/wt gain/bloating/blood clots) and VERY safe (except if you have Wilson's dz/Copper allergy). The only risk is a heavier period and complications w/ insertion (RARE). It is immediately effective to prevent pregnancy but does not protect against STIs.

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What are copper IUD side effects?

Few. Women with the copper IUD report heavier periods for the first 3-6 months that then normalize. It is nonhormonal and is appopriate for women with and without kids. Read more...

Are there side effects to using the copper iud?

Some mild. Mild to moderate cramps during the first couple of days after insertion. Could cause moderate to severe menstrual cramps, irregular bleeding that can vary from spotting to heavy periods. Read more...
Minimal. The CopperIUD is one of the BEST forms of birth control available. It is non-hormonal (no effect on fertility/acne/headaches/nausea/wt gain/bloating/blood clots) and VERY safe (except if you have Wilson's dz/Copper allergy). The only risk is a heavier period and complications w/ insertion (RARE). It is immediately effective to prevent pregnancy but does not protect against STIs. Read more...

What's the best contraception that dose not give side effects except copper IUD and comdons plz?

Many options. The best birth control is the one that you like. The answer is different for everyone. Options include mirena, (levonorgestrel) paragard, nexplanon, pills, the patch, nuvaring, depoprovera, condoms, diaphragm and abstinence. Read more...