Intrauterine Device (IUD)

Definition - What does Intrauterine Device (IUD) mean?

An intrauterine device is a method of feminine contraception. The device is typically T-shaped and is inserted into the uterus for an extended period of time, usually 3-5 years.

Kinkly explains Intrauterine Device (IUD)

An IUD is typically made of either copper or is hormone based. The device is inserted into the uterus where its physical properties provides contraception for the individual. The devices provide a long-lasting, reversible method of birth control. It is an alternative to condoms and oral contraceptives, which must be used during each sexual encounter. Each type of IUD has a different effect on female menstruation. IUDs have been associated with some adverse health effects including causing pelvic inflammatory disease. However, they are widely used without serious harm.

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