Paragard- A Useful Birth Control Method

Press Release   •   Nov 25, 2011 06:10 EST

Paragard is a hormone free birth control device made up of flexible plastic that comes covered in copper. It is a type of intrauterine device which is close to 1-1/4 inches wide and close to 1-3/8 inches in total length.

Adopted and trusted by women around the world, Paragard is considered a flexible birth control method. The intrauterine device is inserted under strict supervision of medical practitioners or gynecologists. Prepared of copper and flexible plastic, the device is close to about 1-1/4 inches in total width and close to about 1-3/8 inches in length.

This intrauterine device once inserted help in minimizing possibility of implantation. It provides prevention to pregnancy right away after insertion. It is easy to use and lasts for about 10 years or so. As per reports, the rate of the effectiveness of this device is around 99.4%.

You can well buy paragard for the birth control option. With the ease of use and high effectiveness, this is one of the best birth control choices available in the market and this device is quite famous among active women. When you use this device, there is no tension of taking any pills. Moreover, this device is free of hormones. Therefore, there are no issues related with any sort of hormonal side effects.

Once you place the intrauterine device, you would not have to be anxious about considering other birth control methods. It is a copper intrauterine device which has been approved by Food and Drug Administration (FDA). After placing it, the device will prevent pregnancy for more than 10 years. However, this injection does not provide any kind of protection from the sexually transmitted disease or HIV.

Overall, Paragard is also used as a type of emergency contraception. It is a fully private birth control measure as there remains no evidences for use. Convenient and hassle free, it can also be used as an emergency contraception. Once inserted, you don’t have to do anything. On the other hand, after removing the device, the ability of the woman to get pregnant returns to normal. The use of the intrauterine can also be used to improve sex life allowing more spontaneity.

Danny Daron writes articles for AMAMeds,a duly licensed pharmacy in the province of British Columbia, Canada.To know more about AMAMeds please check our website