English: A hormone IUD (or coil) is a small T-shaped contraceptive that‘s inserted into the uterus and contains the hormone progestogen. Progestogen prevents ovulation and minimises the risk of an unwanted pregnancy. After insertion, two threads will be left in the vagina that shouldn’t bring discomfort, but can be felt or noticed. An IUD is inserted and removed by a doctor or midwife and can be used by people who’ve never been pregnant or given birth. A hormone IUD can last for several years and doesn’t require any daily, weekly or monthly attention.