1. CUT (Copper T) - Used as contraceptive. Available as as below
Available as as below :
2. Hormonal Intrauterine Devices
Used for dysfunctional uterine bleeding. Birth control (patients for whom it is contraindicated :
How do you insert Uterine Device?
What to Avoid?
Tampons, Hot tub, Sexual intercourse, Swimming strenuous activity for 24 - 48 hours of insertion.
These can also be used in Endometriosis, Chronic Pelvic pain, Adenomyosis, Dysmenorrhea Anemia.
What to expect post IUD insertion?
With Hormonal IUD you may face side effects like Headache, Acne, Mood swings, Breast pain, Spotting, Bleeding, Ovarian Cyst, Mild cramps for 1/2 weeks. Post that you can expect your regular period to come at its usual time. You can have Paracetamol or Dicyclomine tab for the same.
Follow-up after IUD insertion
After the first period post insertion ensure that the IUD is in place. If the strings bother you they can be cut short. One may also learn to check on the strings by themselves.
Preferably post periods it is done in the clinic. Doctor introduces Speculum and pulls at the strings. One may expect mild cramps or spotting for 24-48 hours.
Warning signs :
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