Reception: Coil & Implant Fitting/Removal Request Form

Long-acting contraception can provide a safe and effective method of contraception.

There are two different types of coil:

  • One which contains hormones (an intrauterine system, or an IUS for short)
  • And one which does not contain hormones (an intra-uterine device, or IUD for short)

The hormonal coil (IUS) can be used for contraception and also as part of hormone replacement therapy.

The non-hormonal coil (IUD) can only be used for contraception.

The NHS choices and sexwise website contain more information about the differences between the non-hormonal and hormonal coils.

If you are considering using a coil or would like to have a current coil replaced or removed then please:

  • Read through this information
  • Watch the video on the relevant procedure
  • And then submit the online form below. We will aim to contact you within 5 working days of receiving the form to arrange an appointment.

Please fill in as much information as possible to help us arrange your appointment efficiently.

Some of this information will already be included in your medical notes but this is a good opportunity to update any changes.

Please do not write any clinical queries on this form. Any clinical queries or request for appointments via this form will be discarded. To make an appointment either book online via the NHS app/Patient access or by calling reception. If you are NOT a registered patient then your form will be discarded. This service is only for patients registered at the surgery aged 16 and over; and for parents or legal guardians of children. Forms must be completed in the UK due to GDPR regulations.
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There are now 3 different types of hormonal coil available for contraception in the UK. However, only the Mirena can be used for HRT.
This is to ensure that you have enough contraception to last until you have your implant or coil fit
Further information

It is really important we do not fit a coil or implant if there is a risk of pregnancy.

Not everyone has a regular cycle. If you do not know the exact date please select the closest possible or leave this question blank

If you would like your coil removed or replaced it is important to use condoms or abstain from sex for 7 days prior to the appointment. This is because sperm can survive for up to 7 days.

We also want to ensure there is no risk of sexually transmitted infections. Please answer the following questions:

Some medical problems mean that certain methods of contraception are not suitable. Please fill in the following information:

If you would like an implant then you do not need to answer this question
And a few final bits of information

Thank you very much for completing this form. We will aim to contact you within 5 working days.

Please note: if you experience a fever (>37.8C) or a persistent cough (>4 hours) do not attend your appointment at the surgery. Instead cancel your appointment and self-isolate for 7 days. Visit out Coronavirus page for more information.

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