intrauterine device

  1. contraceptive device consisting of a piece of bent plastic or metal that is inserted through the vagina into the uterus
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  • The pro-life representatives make a distinction between the lives lost to direct abortion, and the "hardly determinable number of victims" of "diverse contraceptives capable of killing human beings in their first days of life," such as intrauterine devices (IUDs), the "morning after" pill, systemic use contraceptive pills, injectable or subdermal implants, and the chemical abortifacient drug misoprostol. Pro-Life With Christ
  • Meanwhile, YFZX Pill is also effective in the treatment of metrorrhagia induced by intrauterine device.
  • From the Guttmacher Institute on IUDs intrauterine devices--they're put in the uterine lining to "irritate" it to prevent implantation of an embryo: A First Pregnancy May Be Difficult to Achieve After Long-Term Use of an IUD
  • Intrauterine devices, also known as coils, are rigid contraceptive devices that are inserted into the uterus by a doctor.
  • Postcoital insertion of an intrauterine device is also highly effective as a postcoital contraceptive, but only in a select group of patients at low risk for sexually transmitted diseases.
  • The technique is simple, PSI locates existing private sector health care providers and clinic owners, trains them in all aspects of health care, in exchange for access to highly subsidized drugs as well as regular trainings and visits from medical experts and promoters, who will keep them up to date with new health care interventions and services such as intrauterine devices for family planning. Improving access to health care in the developing world
  • All contraceptive devices are suitable for patients with the exception of intrauterine devices, owing to the risk of infection.
  • This is also why personhood would outlaw all contraceptives that interfere with the implantation of fertilized eggs -- including intrauterine devices IUDs, some forms of the birth control pill, and the "morning-after pill," which YesOn26 proponents call "human pesticide. Sarika Bansal: Personhood: Why Beginning Life at Conception Carries Risks, Even for Anti-Abortion Activists
  • A growing percentage of U.S. women are using intrauterine devices, or IUDs, but the pill and female sterilization still lead the contraceptive pack, as they have for nearly a quarter of a century, government researchers reported Wednesday. Women in the U.S. Prefer the Pill and Sterilization as Methods of Birth Control | Impact Lab
  • Ovarian pregnancy was often related to intrauterine device, repeated artificial abortion and cesarean section. Conclusion The doubtful cases should be performed posterior fornix...
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