The VeraCept Intrauterine Copper Contraceptive is a low-dose copper releasing contraceptive device that is placed in your uterus and is intended to prevent pregnancy.

VeraCept is experimental and is being developed as a possible method of long acting reversible contraception. “Experimental” means that VeraCept has not yet been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the United States.
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Is VeraCept right for me?        You might choose VeraCept if you:
  • Want birth control that is reversible
  • Want a birth control method that does not require taking it daily or monthly
  • Want a birth control method that does not involve the use of hormones
  • Want to participate in a clinical study being conducted to determine if VeraCept is safe and effective
Qualified participants may receive up to $1300.00

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