Hormonal coil, non-hormonal coil – what even is the difference?! From how it works to benefits and side effects, get the gossip on the IUS vs the IUD.
The coil… it’s one of the most highly-rated methods of birth control here at The Lowdown. But what’s the difference between the hormonal coil vs copper coil? And how do you choose which is best for you? Read on to find out.
From thrush and hormonal contraceptives to latex allergies and STIs, we give you the complete lowdown of the symptoms and causes of vaginal dryness, burning and itching.
Feeling your coil threads is a really important way to check in with your coil. Find out when and how to find your threads in this user’s guide.
So your partner claims they can feel your coil during sex. You may be tempted to freak out. Instead keep reading for the lowdown on whether or not your coil will affect your sex life.
One woman’s experience of coil removal during Covid-19. WARNING: the following post contains a graphic image of an IUD / menstrual blood.
Where can you get a coil fitted? How is a coil fitted? Can you exercise straight after getting a coil? Will it hurt?! Get the lowdown here on everything you should expect from your coil fitting.
If the hormonal coil is your chosen contraceptive then it is best to note that different brands of coils can cause different symptoms. Here, we explain how the Jaydess, Mirena, Skyla and Kyleena IUS coils each differ.
As a non-hormonal form of contraception, the intrauterine device (IUD) could be the answer to your prayers. The thought of being put on a contraception that doesn’t affect your skin, weight or moods seems to good to be true. Or is it?