The guideline provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points to enable clinicians to support individuals to make informed decisions about choosing and using IUC. It includes information on assessing suitability of IUC use for contraception, the risks and benefits of IUC and guidance for IUC procedures, complications and follow-up. Published March 2023.
Please read this guidance document in conjunction with any relevant clinical statements for this topic:
The digital version can be accessed from the BMJ SRH website: FSRH Guideline (March 2023) Intrauterine contraception BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health 2023;49:1-142.
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