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They might help the body fight HPV, which can cause the cancer.
Having an intrauterine device (IUD) fitted for contraception could have the added benefit of lowering your cervical cancer
Having an intrauterine device (IUD) fitted for contraception could have the added benefit of lowering your cervical cancer
A mum has shared a photo of her newborn baby son holding the contraceptive device he shared a womb with. Lucy Hellein, from
A mum has shared a photo of her newborn baby son holding the contraceptive device he shared a womb with. Lucy Hellein, from
In the hustle and bustle of women on the internet encouraging others to go and get an IUD before Trump's inauguration on the 20th of January in 2017, as a woman, it's still important to weigh up the pros and cons of this form of contraception...
Millions of people around the world use contraception every day to avoid unwanted pregnancies, but the methods of contraception
I was recently shocked by the gravity of such problems when a journalist informed me that one of her friends had died suddenly following a perforation of uterine body with the coil, aged just 23. This was performed by an inexperienced non-gynaecologist and, unfortunately, the perforation remained undetected until it was too late.
I couldn't imagine another week with the IUD in me, let alone three months. I'm having it removed, finally, in a few days' time, but I'm faced with yet another dilemma. Do I swear off IUDs for the rest of my pitiful existence? Or do I switch to the IUD I'd dreamed of, a copper coil, as the answer to my prayers?