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Regarding Copper T
My friens has been suggested by her doctor to use Copper T after delivering through C section.. 1.she wants to know why IUDs are inserted only after delivery...why gynaecs do not recommend IUD for women who are yet to have babies. 2. Does IUD cause infection in uterus..suppose copper t is removed will the fertility be restored to normal levels?incase she tries for pregnancy again.
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1. CuT insertion is difficult before having a baby but there is no different side effects compared to others 2. CuT increases the chance of infection only to those women who are already having infection or who had previous infection or who have multiple partners 3. Whenever woman want fertility back, it can be removed and immediately fertility returns back.
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Hi, cu t sometimes prone for heavy Bleeding and also mild infection. In nulligravida we don't recommend it. But in nulligravida if you keen for Iucd then you can use Mirena.
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Yes cu-t can cause irregular bleeding or infection.so its not the first choice in nulligravida females.and fertility is regained immediately after its removal.
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