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IUD is one of the most popular birth control methods which reduces chances of getting pregnant. IUD effectiveness is such that there is only 1% chances of getting pregnant. IUD benefits are reversible procedure, convenient to use, and reduces menstrual cramps. IUD side effects are irregular menstrual cycles, spotting, possible backache like cramps.
Birth control has always been one of the major concern for young couples. Birth control is a way of preventing any unwanted pregnancy. There are different methods available in the market that works well as well as easy to use. So, instead of getting worried, start figuring out which is a suitable method for you. (2)
One such method is IUD and is quite popular.
What is IUD method?
IUD is an abbreviation of 'intrauterine device' and the device is in 'T' shape. It is a small piece of flexible plastic shaped and placed inside the uterus. It stops the sperm from reaching and fertilizing eggs, thus prevents pregnancy. (3) (4) (5)
The chance of getting pregnant is less than 1% if IUD is used properly. It implies that IUDs are effective as there is hardly any chance of mistake. And you don't have to do anything like taking the pill or using condoms correctly. (6)
And it provides protection from unwanted pregnancy for 24/7 i.e. from 3 to 12 years depending upon the type you are using. So, once inserted you don't have to worry further.
Benefits of IUDs
If you are looking for long term protection then IUDs is the best solution. It is also known as 'set it and forget it' birth control measure. (7)
1- Convenient to use
Once inserted you don't have to worry about it anymore. It works well until it expires or you have removed it yourself. Apart from this, it ensures your protection for the next 3 to 12 years.
2- Once removed IUD, you can get pregnant
The other feature of this method is it is reversible. If you are looking forward to pregnancy then you can remove it. IUD doesn't affect fertility or doesn't make it difficult to get pregnant in the future. So, once removed you can get pregnant without any difficulty.
3- Makes periods better
This method reduces cramps and makes the periods lighter. Hormonal IUDs help in treating the females suffering from heavy periods, anemia and severe cramps.
IUD Side effects
Some women have to face side effects once they have opted for IUD. Once your body gets used to the device in the uterus, it takes 3 to 6 months for side effects to vanish.
Below is a list of possible side effects:
2- When IUD is inserted have mild to moderate pain
3- Spotting within periods
4- Heavy periods and menstrual pain (9)
5- After insertion facing backaches or cramping (10)
Pain killers are effective only in cramping. Consult the doctor if you find bleeding or cramping beyond control.
IUDs don't guarantee you protection against STDs apart from being the best contraceptive against unwanted pregnancy.
Paragard IUD Benefits
For preventing pregnancy, Paragard is considered to be the best method as it lasts longer. It is a copper-releasing device placed in the uterus. It protects against unwanted pregnancy for the next 10 years. It is available only on consultation with the doctor.
Hope in this article, you have got all the relevant details about the birth control measures and IUDs along with its advantages and disadvantages. Follow Elawoman blog to get regular updates on fertility health and treatments.
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