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An IUD is an  Intrauterine Device that delivers small amounts of hormones directly to the uterus. It is made of soft, flexible plastic, it is put in place by our healthcare providers. IUD's are a form birth control that last as long as you want, or for up to 10 years. An IUD works continuously, without a pill, without a daily hassle.

What an IUD does:

  • Offers an over 99% effective form of contraception, among the most effective forms of birth control
  • Prevents pregnancy for as long as you want, for up to 10 years
  • When removed by our healthcare providers, you can to try to become pregnant immediately*

When should an IUD be placed:

An IUD should be placed within 7 days of the start of your period.

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