6 signes clairs que vous devriez passer de la pilule contraceptive à un stérilet

Les stérilets à action prolongée ont de nombreux avantages à prendre une pilule quotidienne, y compris le fait que vous n’avez presque jamais à penser à votre contraception

Vous ne prévoyez pas de tomber enceinte dans un avenir proche

An IUD, or intrauterine device—which your ob-gyn can insert into your uterus in about five minutes—blocks contraception for many years. The hormone-free copper IUD called ParaGard is effective for 10 years, while the hormonal IUDs, Mirena and Skyla, which release low levels of progestin into the uterus, will work for five years and three years, respectively. The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends long-acting reversible contraception, such as IUDs and implants, as a first line contraceptive option of women of all ages, even women who haven’t had babies, adolescents, and women over 40, because they are so safe, effective, and convenient