Multiload Cu (Multiload Cu375)

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Multiload Cu375 (Generic alternate to Multiload Cu) Generic

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Multiload Cu is a type of intrauterine device (IUD) that is used as a form of contraception. It is a T-shaped device made of plastic that is inserted into the uterus by a healthcare provider. Multiload Cu contains copper, which acts as a spermicide to prevent fertilization.

Multiload Cu is known to be a safe and effective form of contraception, with a low risk of complications. Some women may experience side effects such as cramping, bleeding, or changes in menstrual flow.

Use and Dosage

The Multiload Cu375 is an intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD) that is placed in the uterus by a trained healthcare provider. Multiload Cu375 is inserted into the uterus by a healthcare provider during an office visit. It can be inserted at any time during the menstrual cycle. The device is T-shaped and has copper wire wrapped around the stem and arms. The copper works as a spermicide, preventing fertilization of the egg.

To use the Multiload Cu375, a healthcare provider will first perform a pelvic exam to confirm that the woman is a suitable candidate for the IUD. If so, the IUD will then be inserted through the cervix and into the uterus using a special applicator. The device will stay in place for up to 5 years, providing effective contraception.

Receive proper instruction on how to check the position of the IUD and be aware of signs of complications, such as pain or bleeding, and to contact their healthcare provider if they have any concerns. Additionally, regular check-ups are recommended to ensure that the IUD is still in place and functioning properly. Multiload Cu375 can be removed early by a healthcare provider if necessary.

Side Effects

Common Side Effects of Multiload Cu (Multiload Cu375):

  • Back pain
  • Cramping
  • Headaches
  • Increased menstrual bleeding
  • Nausea
  • Vaginal discharge

Serious Side Effects of Multiload Cu (Multiload Cu375):

  • Infection
  • Perforation of the uterus

Forms and Strength

Multiload Cu (Multiload Cu375) is available in the following forms and strength:

Multiload Cu: IUD

  • 375


  • Multiload Cu may not be suitable for women with certain medical conditions, such as pelvic inflammatory disease, uterine abnormalities, or certain cancers.
  • Some women may experience side effects, such as cramping, bleeding, or changes in menstrual flow. These side effects may improve over time but should be discussed with a healthcare provider.
  • There is a risk of expulsion, where the device comes out of the uterus, especially in the first year after insertion. This may result in unintended pregnancy.
  • In rare cases, there is a risk of uterine perforation during insertion, which can cause serious complications.
  • Multiload Cu375 does not protect against sexually transmitted infections, so barrier methods may be necessary for additional protection.
  • Multiload Cu375 may increase the risk of ectopic pregnancy, which is a potentially life-threatening condition where the fertilized egg implants outside of the uterus.
  • Multiload Cu may cause an increase in menstrual bleeding or cramping, which may be uncomfortable for some women.
  • Multiload Cu may not be suitable for women who have an allergy or sensitivity to copper, since Multiload Cu375 is made of copper.
  • Women who have had a recent pelvic infection or sexually transmitted infection may need to wait until the infection is treated before getting Multiload Cu375 inserted.
  • Multiload Cu375 may cause an inflammatory response in some women, which can lead to complications such as pelvic pain or infection.
  • Women with certain medical conditions, such as liver disease or Wilson's disease, may need to be cautious when using Multiload Cu375, as the copper may worsen their condition.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How long does Multiload Cu375 last?

Multiload Cu375 can last for up to 5 years, depending on the type and the individual.

Can Multiload Cu375 protect against sexually transmitted infections?

No, Multiload Cu375 does not protect against sexually transmitted infections. Barrier methods such as condoms may be necessary for additional protection.

Is it safe to use Multiload Cu375 while breastfeeding? A: Yes, Multiload Cu375 is considered safe to use while breastfeeding, but discuss the risks and benefits with a healthcare provider.

How soon after giving birth can I get Multiload Cu375 inserted?

Multiload Cu375 can be inserted immediately after giving birth or during a postpartum visit but discuss the timing with a healthcare provider.

Will I still have my period while using Multiload Cu375?

Yes, most women will still have their period while using Multiload Cu375. However, the device may cause changes in menstrual flow, such as heavier bleeding or longer periods.

Can I feel Multiload Cu375 inside me?

It is possible to feel the strings of the device, which are used to check that it is still in place. However, the device itself should not be felt.


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Additional information

Generic name:

Multiload Cu375





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