Intrauterine devices are safe, effective, and underutilized. Browse through links to authoritative information on this long-acting form of contraception from professional, government, and nonprofit organizations.
Past decades have seen rates of intrauterine device (IUD) use progressively increase year over year, with 12% of women aged 15 to 44 using
Committee on Practice Bulletins—GYNECOLOGY Practice Bulletin #186: Long-Acting Reversible Contraception: Implants and Int
Immediate postplacental insertion (IPPI) of an IUD is not only convenient for the patient, but also safe and effective for postpartum cont
IUDs and Birth Control Implants:
Key publications and resources from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Intrauterine Device (IUD) - Quick Facts
Quick facts on IUDs for patients.
Intrauterine Devices (IUD)
Patient information on IUDs from the National Library of Medicine
Intrauterine Contraception –
Guidance for Healthcare Providers
Practice recommendations on use of the IUD.
Patient information geared towards teens that answers common FAQs associated with the device.
Oregon Department of Health
Patient information on how the devices work, pros and cons of the devices, and associated side effects and risks.
Mirena (hormonal IUD)
Patient information on the Mirena IUD.
North Dakota Department of Health
Patient information providing an overview of the devices and potential side effects.
What is an IUD?
Learn About IUD Effectiveness
Patient information on IUDs.
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Insertion & Removal Video
The video below demonstrates the step-by-step directions for inserting and removing the Kyleena® intrauterine device (IUD)