About IUCD

An Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices is a device inserted into the uterine cavity and left for varying periods of time for the purpose of contraception. They are many devices of different design. The commonly used devices are "T" shaped with a horizontal and a vertical arm. There are hormone-releasing IUCDs available in the markets which are suitable for women with special needs. The IUD is 98% to over 99% reliable in preventing pregnancy. The newer one, like multiloads ML-Cu-250, ML-Cu-375, Cu 7 380 A, are highly effective i.e. >99%. Since various types of such devices are available, the choice however would vary from person to person and one can reach an amiable solution after a thorough discussion with the Gynecologist.

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