Copper TT380 Slimline
Buy Copper TT380 Slimline for your patients that don’t want to get pregnant. Bearing the name that starts with “T”, it is because of the device’s T-shaped design, and it is called slimline because of its specifications giving it a narrower frame.
Who are the best candidates?
Copper TT380 Slimline is a great product for women regardless of whether they have already given birth or not. It is also usable by patients of any age.
Ailments targeted with Copper TT380 Slimline
Copper TT380 Slimline is an IUD for birth control, thereby preventing unwanted pregnancy.
How does Copper TT380 Slimline work?
IUDs are devices prevent pregnancy by changing how sperm cells move. They make it impossible or at the very least extremely difficult for the fertilizing cells to get to the egg. With the Copper T380A Slimline, the effects are even more effective with how copper is wrapped around the vertical stem of the IUD. Sperm cells naturally have an aversion to the metal, so the product makes it even more effective at blocking them out. Studies have even shown that as long as the urine pregnancy test comes out negative before inserting or placing the IUD inside, this copper IUD is likely to be effective at any point of the menstrual cycle.
The Copper TT380 Slimline is loaded into the insertion tubing arms folded, with the solid white rod attached into the bottom of it. It is advanced to a point where the rod actually touches the bottom of the IUD itself. The insertion tube should be help open and the blue flange ensured that it is level to where the uterus sounds. The arms of the IUD should be parallel to the long axis of the blue flange. The loaded tube should then be passed through the cervical canal, until resistance is met. The tube should then be withdrawn approximately 1cm and then the IUD is released. The white rod should then be gently removed, followed by the tube. The excess thread should be cut, with only 3cm visibly extending from the external cervical os.
How long does it last?
The Copper TT380 Slimline protects from pregnancy for up to 10 years, but this will still depend on the patient and their lifestyle and physiology.
This device is mostly highly effective, as well as relatively safe. However, there are still some contraindications according to clinical observation. These include:
- Myomas of the uterus
- Structural anomalies of the uterus
- Uterus auctus
- Inflammations of the inner genitals
- Recurrent menstrual difficulties
- Hypoplastic uterus
Other Side Effects
Some of the benign and common side effects include:
- Heavier periods
- Irregular bleeding and spotting
These are the more rare but serious side effects.
- Copper toxicity
After insertion, cramps and spotting can be expected. Patients should use an OTC pain reliever to ease discomfort. Heating pads or a hot water bottle on top of the belly can also provide relief. For the first three months, patients should check once a month that the string coming out of the cervix can still be felt. Any sexual activities must wait for at least 24 hours, and no tampons, douches, or any other product should be inserted into the vagina at this time.
Cost of Copper TT380 Slimline
Copper TT380 Slimline Applicators average for around $99 per package.
Copper TT380 Slimline has a longer and narrower introducer tube, suitable for those patients will longer uterine cavities, as well as easier insertion over all. The horizontal arms are also longer for increased resistance to expulsion, as well as a shorter vertical stem.
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