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Intrauterine devices (IUDs)

Long acting prevention for 5 to 10 years, remove at any time

What is an Intrauterine device?

An intrauterine device is a small birth control device that is inserted into the uterus to prevent pregnancy, preventing pregnancy for 3 to 5 years. This method of contraception is 99% effective.
MSICC has a range of IUDs available hich cater for the different needs of the women of Mongolia

What IUD options do we offer?

Silverline Cu 380 Ag - this method prevents pregnancy by interference with sperm transport (thus reducing the number and viability of sperm), ovum development or transport, fertilization and implantation. The copper acts as spermicidal adding to the contraceptive effect

Silverline Cu 380 Ag Mini - this comes with shorter size frame which is beneficial for women with smaller uterus and nulliparous women

IUD Cu 375 - Is s standout amongst the most generally utilized copper bearing IUD and is ideal for ladies who need to space their youngsters for effective family planning, as it is compelling for a time of 5 years.

Copper T - this is a safe and trusted birth control device to ease unwanted pregnancy worries of the user for a period of up to 10 years.

Copper Y Mini - this is a reliable, safe contraceptive device which offers up to 5 years of protection.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Will the IUD prevent a women from having babies after it is removed?

- In general, no. A woman can become pregnant after her IUD is removed. But the IUD does not protect her from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). A woman should understand that the IUD may somewhat increase her chances of getting pelvic inflammatory disease if she gets STDs. These infections make her infertile. Therefore, it is important for a woman who uses an IUD to have sex with only one, uninfected man and for him to have sex only with her.

2. Can a women who has never had a baby use an IUD?


- Yes, as long as she does not have sexually transmitted diseases and there is little chance that she will get any. The IUD is not the best method for a woman who has not had a baby and wants a baby in the future. Also, the uterus of a woman who has not had children is sometimes too small for an IUD.

3. Must an IUD be inserted only during a women's menstrual period?


- No. An IUD can be inserted at any time during her menstrual cycle if it is reasonably sure that the woman is not pregnant. During her period may be a good time because she is not likely to be pregnant, and insertion may be easier for some women. It is not as easy to see signs of infection during menstruation, however. Some providers like to insert the IUD midway through the menstrual cycle because the mouth of the cervix is a little wider then.

4. Will the IUD cause discomfort to a women's partner during sex?

-Generally, no. Sometimes a man can feel the strings. If this bothers him, cutting the strings shorter should solve the problem. The woman should be told beforehand, however, that this will mean she will not be able to feel the strings to check her IUD, and removing her IUD may be more difficult. A man may feel discomfort during sex if the IUD has started to come out through the cervix. If a woman suspects this, she should see a doctor or nurse immediately.

Are you thinking of getting an IUD for the first time or renewing it?

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Delivery

We deliver our products countrywide. You can place your orders via phone on:

Tel: (976) 77118710 at UB office

Tel: (976) 80053230 at Erdenet city

Tel: (976) 80056260 at Darkhan city

Orders will be delivered within a day or next day depending on the time orders given