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Post placental manual insertion of the load copper 250 intra uterine device

, : Post placental manual insertion of the load copper 250 intra uterine device. Contraceptive Delivery Systems 2(4): 331-336

A ML Cu 250 IUD was inserted manually, immediately after childbirth, in 200 volunteer women. The patients were followed up at 1, 3, 6, 12 and 24-mo. There were no undesirable side effects or serious complications. No noteworthy bleeding occurred either in the postpartum period or subsequently. Maternal lactation was not affected. During the 2 yr, 6 devices were removed for medical reasons, and the IUD was expelled spontaneously in only 2 patients. Two pregnancies occurred among the women who were follow-up. Postpartum manual insertion of the ML Cu 250 IUD is a very good method of postpartum contraception, since there are no significant complications, expulsion rate is minimal and efficacy is very high.

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