The small T-shaped contraceptive device that’s put into the woman’s womb is called an IUD. It’s made from plastic, releases copper to stop you from getting pregnant, and will work for five to ten years.
Your birth control doctor or the nurse is in charge of the IUD placement. IUDs are more than 99% effective if the procedure is performed correctly. So, the IUD placement should be only done by our educated professionals from Doral or Miami Beach office.
The same goes for IUD removal. Let a gynecologist check the device’s position after three to six weeks of insertion. Then, if that’s what you prefer, proceed with the next steps of the IUD removal process.