How Long Does an Iud Last?

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Most IUDs currently on the market last five years and should be removed thereafter. Earlier IUDs lasted 10 years but they are currently not in circulation.
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Most IUDs currently on the market last five years and should be removed at that time. Some used to claim to last much longer, up to ten years, but are no longer available.
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If checked regularly, a copper IUD may remain in a woman's uterus up to 10 years before it
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Some of the original coils and loops were designed to last 'forever', and a very few women may still be using these devices. But all of today's British IUDs have a lifetime of between
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No, but i think this is a good question for your dr
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