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A contraceptive device fitted inside the uterus and physically preventing the implantation of fertilized ova.
- ‘Pelvic infection is a risk with insertion of an intrauterine device.’
- ‘‘Come Dancing,’ a ballgown shimmering with 5500 contraceptive pills and an intrauterine device medical alternatives offering a woman 22 years of birth control is the centrepiece of a new London exhibition.’
- ‘The intrauterine device must be fitted within five days of unprotected sex.’
- ‘There are essentially two different forms of emergency contraception: hormonal contraceptive pills as mentioned previously, and IUDs - intrauterine devices.’
- ‘She had had an intrauterine device for 9 years and experienced an episode of pelvic inflammatory disease after the IUD was first inserted.’
- ‘This intrauterine system has been shown to be as effective as copper-containing intrauterine devices (IUDs).’
- ‘Even the metallic intrauterine devices may prevent you from having the MRI test done.’
- ‘An intrauterine device containing copper can be inserted up to five days after the earliest expected date of ovulation, or up to five days after assault in the absence of previous unprotected intercourse in that cycle.’
- ‘An intrauterine device, or IUD, is made of flexible plastic.’
- ‘Female-directed methods, such as the modern intrauterine device and hormonal control by the Pill or by long-lasting implants, have allowed women to choose not only the occurrence but also the timing of pregnancy.’
- ‘Most doctors do not suggest the use of an intrauterine device for women with HIV.’
- ‘However, the chemical can also coat condoms or be dispersed by intrauterine devices to enhance contraception.’
- ‘After her first child is born, a woman is required to wear an intrauterine device, and removal of this device is considered a crime.’
- ‘Risk factors include multiple sexual partners, use of an intrauterine device, and a history of PID.’
- ‘Prevention of implantation is nearly certain when an intrauterine device is used, making ‘emergency contraception’ an even more inappropriate term.’
- ‘All contraceptive devices are suitable for patients with the exception of intrauterine devices, owing to the risk of infection.’
- ‘Patients can go to the hospital's family planning unit for tubal ligations, implants, intrauterine devices and free birth control pills and condoms.’
- ‘Other culprits include intrauterine devices or IUDs; noncancerous polyps of the cervix or inside the uterus; ovarian cysts; and endometrial hyperplasia - a condition in which the blood lining is thicker than normal inside the uterus.’
- ‘There's also a new intrauterine device, a mechanical device, that just prevents the sperm from meeting the egg.’
- ‘The primary difference between the two groups was that women in the tubal ligation group were more likely to have used oral contraceptives or an intrauterine device before their surgery.’
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