PMID: 69881Aug 6, 1977Paper

Immediate post-placental insertion of intrauterine contraceptive devices

Lancet
J NewtonK K Chan

Abstract

Insertion of one of three types of intrauterine contraceptive device--the Lem, copper 7, and 'Progestasert' system--was carried out in 274 obstetric patients. These devices were all inserted within 20 min of delivery of the placenta and membranes, with a special 25 cm inserter. The expulsion-rate was low (less than 7%), and there were no uterine perforations. There was no difference in puerperal morbidity between these patients and a matched control group, and no cases of pelvic sepsis developed.

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Related Concepts

Male Contraception
Gynecology
Intrauterine Device Expulsion
Unmedicated IUDs
Puerperium (Time Period)

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