Focus on intrauterine contraception in 15 questions and answers

Gynécologie, obstétrique & fertilité
H GronierG Robin

Abstract

In recent years, intrauterine contraception has experienced a revival, explainable as much by the broadening of its indications as by the ever increasing demand, expressed by women, for a contraceptive method that is both reliable and not binding. In this review, we establish an up-to-date and comprehensive state of intrauterine contraception in 2010, by responding to key-questions, which arise from everyday practice in gynaecology.

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