Pregna TCu 380A

The most effective non-hormonal reversible contraceptive method available

• Highly effective
• Protective against ectopic pregnancy
• Long-lasting
• Convenient
• Well-liked by users & low risk of side effects
• Cost effective

Description

  • High Efficacy
    • Prevents fertilization and thus provide women with highly effective contraceptive power
  • High Safety Profile
    • Significantly reduce a woman’s risk of an ectopic pregnancy
  • High Convenience
    • Provides long-term contraceptive efficacy with no need for daily or monthly medications
  • Prompt Reversibility
    • assure prompt reversibility, so fertility rebounds rapidly after discontinuation

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How To Use

Insertion information: Pregna Presentation: Copper T Model T Cu 380 A. Mechanism of action: Copper IUDs act by greatly reducing the likelihood of fertilization. Data and analysis indicate that the main antifertility effect of Copper IUD involves inhibition of egg or sperm transport and/or capacity of sperm to fertilize egg. Reduced gamate transport and capacitation inhibits fertilization and occurs before the ovum reaches the uterine cavity. Continuous copper release in uterine cavity from the copper wire and copper sleeves enhance the contraceptive effect of Copper T380 A. Directions for IUD users: Longer and heavier menstrual periods, or bleeding or spotting between periods may occur during the first weeks after insertion. If they continue or are severe, report to the clinic. Cramping may occur following insertion, usually for a short time, but could last for several hours to even days. This can be relieved by taking mild analgesic tablets, using hot compresses on abdomen, and/or exercising moderately. Check periodically, and particularly after menstruation, to make certain that the threads still protrude from the cervix. If threads are missing, shorter or longer, return to the clinic. If Copper T is expelled, return to the clinic. There is no continuing protection after expulsion. Return to the clinic for checkup or for replacement of the Copper T (end of ten years after insertion), as instructed by physician. If your period is delayed (with symptoms of pregnancy, such as nausea, tenderbreasts, etc…) report immediately to the clinic. If there is abdominal pain, pain during intercourse, infections (such as gonorrhea), abnormal discharge, fever, chills, consult your physician. Precautions: The physician should encourage the user to come for a follow-up visit in case of any problem or doubt regarding the usage of Copper T. During follow-up the physician should pay particular attention to the following points: 1. Heavier bleeding indicates the possibility of anemia. 2. If pregnancy has occurred and the threads are still visible, the Copper T should be removed. 3. There is a decrease in the risk of ectopic pregnancy among users of Copper T due to an overall reduction in the chance of pregnancy. However, should pregnancy occur, it is more likely to be ectopic than in non users. 4. Removal of Copper T is advisable, if the user is exposed to conditions that substantially increase the risk of pelvic inflammatory disease. Contraindications: Pregnancy; Acute Pelvic Inflammatory Disease; Acute STD or other lower genital-tract infection; Known or suspected malignancy of the genital tract, including undiagnosed vaginal bleeding; Severe uterine abnormality; Postpartum endometriosis; An infected abortion in the last 3 months.