How to use:
A small T-shaped implant placed in the uterus, containing progestin, copper or silver. Replaced as needed every 5-10 years.
When to use:
IUD must be placed by your healthcare provider. It is usually more comfortable if you have it inserted in the middle of your menstrual cycle.
• Works for a long time (5-10 years).
• Does not interrupt sex.
• No protection against STDs and HIV/AIDS.
1 out of 100 women get pregnant when using this method properly.