We have a contract with all health insurers and can claim directly with most insurers. If this is not the case, you will receive an invoice yourself and you can submit it to the insurer.
You can make an appointment with us for the spiral placement. We take care of the order of the spiral. Make sure you know you are not pregnant and do not have an STD. If this is not the case, please contact us first.
The appointment takes about 30 minutes. We start with an internal examination to check the position and size of your uterus. Then we place the IUD, which only takes a few minutes. The placement can be sensitive, so we advise you to take two paracetamol tablets (a 500 mg) or one ibuprofen (a 600 mg) about an hour in advance.
An IUD can be placed from 10 to 12 weeks after delivery.
If you have never given birth, we prefer to place the IUD during your period because your cervix is then slightly open. This makes installation easier. In addition, we then know that there is no pregnancy at that time.
It is normal to experience abdominal cramps or a nagging feeling in the lower abdomen after a spiral insertion. This is usually short-lived. In addition, you may experience irregular and/or extra blood loss and abdominal cramps during the first three months after placement.
After the placement, an appointment is made for a follow-up check, which takes place six weeks after the placement or after at least one menstrual period.
Please contact us if you have any questions or encounter any problems.
If you want to have your IUD removed, you can also contact us. This is also reimbursed by the above insurers. You will be fertile again immediately after the IUD is removed.