Crossword clues for iud
- Something to keep you safe from children
- Popular LARC (long-acting reversible contraception)
- Popular birth control option
- Planned Parenthood suggestion, for short
- Pill alternative, briefly
- ParaGard, e.g
- OB/GYN offering
- NuvaRing alternative, for short
- Family planning option
- Duramed's ParaGard, e.g
- Contraceptive method
- Contraceptive choice
- Contraception method
- Coitus interruptus alternative
- Barrier alternative
- Alternative to the morning-after pill
- Columbus sch.
- Birth control device, for short
- Birth control method, for short
- Birth control option, briefly
- Topic at a family planning center
- Pill alternative, for short
- Alternative to the pill, briefly
- Contraceptive device consisting of a piece of bent plastic or metal that is inserted through the vagina into the uterus
- Columbus sch
- It comes with strings attached
- Sponge alternative
- Diaphragm alternative
- Birth control option
- Unit inserted through the vagina, briefly
- The sperm stops here, briefly
- The pill alternative
The Collaborative International Dictionary
IUD \IUD\, n. An intrauterine device, a contraceptive device consisting of a small, usually plastic object placed within the uterus to prevent conception.
intrauterine device \in`tra*u"ter*ine de*vice"\, n. A contraceptive device consisting of a small, usually plastic object placed within the uterus to prevent conception; also called IUD.
Usage examples of "iud".
Another contraceptive device becoming more popular is the IUD, or the loop.
She was using an IUD, which was supposed to be the most effective contraceptive device next to the pill.
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