This hormone-free contraceptive is made out of copper and inserted into the uterus to provide birth control protection for 10 years after insertion. If you want to become pregnant while you have the IUD, all you have to do is get a nurse to remove it.
The IUD is for birth control only and does not provide any protection against sexually transmitted infections and diseases, so you may still need to use a condom.
When you order this product, Kasha Customer Support will connect you to a registered supportive nurse over the phone in order to coordinate the date, time and place for insertion. This meeting can remain as confidential as you would like, so no need to share your name or provide any type of identification.
More information about the Copper IUD birth control pills can be found at: