Patient case study: The tricky fit

Patient discussion on an insertion referral


    Mandy has been referred from a colleague "unable to pass an uterine sound". Mandy has tried pills in the past and forgets to take them and doesn't like the thought of the hormonal implant. This case study is fictitious.

    The tricky fit

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    Learning objectives:

    • What are the important considerations pre IUS fitting in more challenging cases?
    • What counselling considerations would you need to think about for Mandy?


    Duration | 8 minutes 52 seconds

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