Follow-Up Guidelines for Physicians: The physician should encourage the user to come for a follow up visit 4-6 weeks after the IUD insertion, in case of any problem or doubt regarding usage of the IUD. During follow-up, the physician should pay particular attention to the following points: Heavier bleeding, indicates the possibility of anemia.
If pregnancy has occurred, the Copper T should be removed, if possible.
If a woman gets pregnant with IUD in place, there is a chance of having an ectopic pregnancy, which should be evaluated.
Removal of Copper T is advisable, if user is exposed to conditions that substantially increase the risk of pelvic inflammatory disease.
Prior to use inspect package for any visible damage or defect.
The device is for single use only.