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Comparative safety and efficacy of a dedicated PPIUD inserter and Kelly placental forceps insertion for immediate postpartum IUD insertion: A randomized controlled trial
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Comparing the safety and efficacy of a dedicated PPIUD inserter and forceps insertion for immediate postpartum IUD insertion: A randomized controlled trial

BACKGROUND

•PPIUD is a low cost family planning method that does not interfere with breastfeeding, can be non-hormonal, and is convenient for both women and their health care providers.
•Post-placental and immediate postpartum IUD insertions within 48 hours post-delivery also eliminate the need to visit hospital separately for delayed postpartum (within 6 weeks) or interval IUD insertion.I However, there has been no uniform insertion approach specifically for the post-placental or immediate postpartum period and, as a result, PPIUCD insertions are currently performed using forceps (Figure 1A) or manually (inserting the hand to the fundus).II
•The Stanford Program for International Reproductive Education and Services (SPIRES) in partnership with Pregna and PSI, developed a dedicated PPIUCD inserter (Figure 1B, Figure 2).
 
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