PMID: 79760Aug 19, 1978Paper

Anti-prostglandin therapy in prevention of side-effects of intrauterine contraceptive devices

Lancet
O YlikorkalaM Siljander

Abstract

The efficacy of an anti-prostaglandin, tolfenamic acid (T.A.), in the prevention of side-effects after insertion of a copper-T200 intrauterine contraceptive device (I.U.D.) was evaluated in a double-blind trial in 160 women. T.A. relieved pain and reduced bleeding after insertion and during three subsequent menstruations without serious side-effects. A scoring system for the assessment of I.U.D. side-effects showed that the acceptability of I.U.D. was significantly better in women treated with T.A. than in those given placebo.

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