For the topic of Sheung Wan, it must be the topic that Baoma and baopa who decide not to have a baby want to know. Well, after October pregnancy and postpartum recovery period, Baoma and baopa can’t avoid the rain. But he didn’t want to get pregnant again. Bao’s father always complained that wearing a condom was not enough fun, and it was also a troublesome thing. Therefore, “shanghuan” is the ideal contraceptive method for Baoma and baopa. How much do Baoma and baopa know about shanghuan?
How much do you know about shanghuan?
The scientific name of “ring” is intrauterine device, abbreviated as IUD. It is placed in the uterine cavity of women of childbearing age to achieve the purpose of abortion and contraception through mechanical stimulation and chemical interference. It does not inhibit ovulation and does not affect women’s endocrine system, thus avoiding the adverse reactions of general drug contraception. After years of practice and improvement, most of the IUDs used in clinic are copper or drug-containing IUDs. The scaffold materials are plastic, polyethylene, memory alloy, etc., and the shape is not single, including round, T-shaped, V-shaped, Y-shaped and chain shaped. Different materials and shapes of contraceptives have their own characteristics, so they can be used for women with different physique and needs.
Do you know these two types of rings?
1. Inert intrauterine device
It is made of stainless steel wire, plastic and silica gel, such as metal single ring, twist ring and stainless steel palace ring.
2. Intrauterine device with copper
It is the most widely used type of active intrauterine device, which uses the killing effect of copper on sperm or fertilized eggs to enhance the contraceptive effect.
3. Intrauterine device releasing progesterone
The progesterone loaded in the IUD is slowly and steadily released into the uterine cavity, which improves the contraceptive effect and significantly reduces bleeding.
4. Intrauterine device releasing hemostatic drugs
It can effectively control the increase of menstrual volume after IUD placement.
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