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Is a copper coil safer than oral birth control?
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I only recently learned about the copper coil option for birth control. I am wondering if this is a safer option in comparison to oral birth control or if there are risks I need to be aware of. I feel like I might accidentally forget to take a pill sometimes and I know with these copper coils, there is no need to worry about such things.
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#2
These function more like "morning-after pills" where you use them after the fact to prevent pregnancy. They can also be used for up to 12 years so you can leave it in for as long as you want to prevent pregnancy for. I don't know which would be safer of the two but they have been around for a long time. My mother used a copper coil for a while and she never seemed to get any bad reactions and had 3 good births.
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#3
The only women who shouldn't use them are those prone to fibroids, have copper allergies, and general pelvic illness/disease. Those are the ones who are at most risk for complications using the coils. For most women, the coil is safer than oral BC as it is non-hormonal and more effective being between 99 and 100%.
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