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We believe in motivating women to take control of their women’s healthcare at our gynaecology clinic. We accomplish this by offering the Intrauterine System (IUS) as a highly effective form of contraception. You can have long-term pregnancy protection with the IUS without the obligation of daily birth control pills or the invasiveness of surgical sterilization.

It can also help manage heavy periods, reduce cramping and discomfort, and even treat endometriosis. Also, it is nearly 99% efficacious in controlling pregnancy, making it one of the most dependable birth control methods.

Benefits of Intrauterine System (IUS)
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More convenient contraceptive method
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Reduce the risk of endometrial cancer
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Long-lasting contraception
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Over 99% effective
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Reversible at any time
What to expect during and after an IUS insertion?

An intrauterine system (IUS) is a type of birth control method that involves inserting a small device into the uterus to prevent pregnancy. The device releases hormones (usually progestin) to prevent ovulation and thicken cervical mucus to prevent sperm from entering the uterus.

Here are some key aspects you can expect during and after IUS insertion.


Your doctor will ask about your medical history and perform a pelvic exam to determine if an IUS is right for you. They may also perform STI testing to ensure you are not at risk for pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), which can complicate IUS use.


You should comfortably lie on an exam table with your feet in stirrups during insertion. Your doctor will insert a speculum into your vagina and use a tool to position the IUS in your uterus. You may experience cramping or discomfort during the insertion process, which usually lasts only a few minutes.


You may experience cramping or discomfort for a few hours after IUS insertion. Your doctor may recommend taking over-the-counter pain medication to alleviate any discomfort.


Your doctor will likely schedule a follow-up appointment to ensure effective IUS positioning and working.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Q1) Who is a good candidate for an IUS?
  • Q2) How is the IUS inserted?
  • Q3) What are the possible side effects?
  • Q4) How effective is the IUS in preventing pregnancy?
  • Q5) How long does the IUS last?

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