By Denisse Martinez & Christina Padilla
The intrauterine device (also known as the IUD) is a contraception method. There are three IUDs one is copper the copper one does not interfere with hormones it is known as the paragard. The other is the Mirena IUD this one releases progestin. The other is skyla skyla is a hormonal our it releases levonorgestrel. All information on this page was found on plannedparenthood.com and images found off google.com
One of the IUDs doesn't mess with your hormones.
Reduses cramps and makes your periods lighter.
Can use during breastfeeding.
Mild to Moderate pain when inserted.
Irregular periods in the first 3-6 months.
Spotting between periods.
- The IUD is known as a long term way of birth control.
- It last 3-12 years.
- People usually chose the IUD due to the fact that some aren't hormonal.
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