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An Intrauterine Device (IUD) insertion is an intrauterine device used most commonly for contraception, but it may also be used in patients to control abnormal, heavy vaginal bleeding. It is placed in the office and takes only a few minutes to insert. Sometimes it is placed using ultrasound guidance, this decision will be made by your doctor at the time of insertion. Call Women’s Health today to schedule your birth control consultation to discuss receiving an IUD..