Prospective Study of Intraoperative Intrauterine Contraceptive Device Application during Cesarean Section

Emad A. Rahman El Tmamy, Ahmed T. Abd Elfttah, Mohamed I. Elmohandes
2018 The Egyptian Journal of Hospital Medicine  
intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD) is the most widely used method of reversible fertility regulation in the world. Over 100 million women worldwide use it for contraception. Many cultures have addressed the need for successful fertility regulation by embracing and expanding IUCD. IUCD is one of the most popular methods of contraception in Europe and Latin America, ranging from 10% to 30% of women contraception. In Cuba, Egypt, and North Korea, IUCD use accounts for more than 50% of
more » ... eptive use. In China, 83% of married women used contraception and 36% of these women used IUCDs. Patients and methods: this prospective study was conducted at Al-Galaa Maternity Teaching Hospital, dated from 20/7/2016 to 20/1/2017, where 100 pregnant women attending the antenatal clinic were included according to special criteria. Results: according to our results, the PPIUCD was demonstrably safe, having no reported incidence of perforation, pregnancy with low rates of expulsion, pain abdomen, pelvic infection and lost strings. Continuation rate in intra-cesarean insertion was higher compared to vaginal insertion. Conclusion: routinely offering insertion of IUC at the time of elective cesarean section was popular among women. In addition, this study confirmed the low complication rate associated with insertion of IUCD at this time and an expulsion rate in keeping with that of insertion of IUC in women who are not postpartum
doi:10.12816/0044742 fatcat:sqmg4ny6enbsjgrigabesb66xu