A copper IUD is an intrauterine device with a plastic frame and a fine copper wire. It is a non-hormonal form of birth control, in contrast to the Kyleena IUD. The contraceptive is placed into the uterus, where a fine nylon thread extends from the cervix to the top of the vagina to prevent pregnancy. They are also often used as emergency contraceptives. Some brands of copper IUDs have been classified by CDC to protect from unplanned pregnancies for up to 10 years.
There are two varieties of copper IUDs, with respective useful lifetimes of five and ten years. It can be used in premenopausal women of all ages, including teenagers.
There are different ways that copper IUDs work to help prevent pregnancy:
The IUD Clinic can help you make the best choice to help you avoid your pregnancy after performing an examination and discussing your needs and preferences.
Like many of our other patients, you should choose copper IUDs for a variety of reasons. Some of the key benefits of these birth control options are as follows:
In addition to these benefits, copper IUDs have a plethora of benefits. You don't need to be concerned about getting pregnant and maintaining an active sexual life. They can be used even during breastfeeding.
The IUD Clinic offers safe, effective, long-term contraception without any risks or complications associated with hormones. These characteristics have boosted its appeal on a global scale. If you want to learn more about your options and are looking for a highly effective birth control method, just call The IUD Clinic at 604-546-2190. You can also write to us using this Online Form.
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