Product Name

Gold T

Consumer Product Information

  • Description:

T-shaped copper IUD (Intrauterine Contraceptive Device) with flexible arms and Copper wire with a gold core coiled around the stem.

Gold is pure precious metal immune to any corrosion produced by uterine fluids, so it decreases the risk of breaking the copper wire, improving the IUD's effectiveness and delivering maximized safety.

It has also a lot of copper T advantages:

  • high efficacy of more than 99%.
  • Provides long-term contraceptive efficacy with no need for daily or monthly medications.
  • Does not affect breastfeeding.
  • The safe and easy method of contraception for the long term (up to 10 years after insertion).
  • Cost-effective.
  • Assure prompt reversibility, so fertility rebounds rapidly after discontinuation.
  • Studies show that IUDs do NOT cause pimples, headaches, sore breasts, nausea, mood changes, loss of sex drive, or weight gain. There is no evidence of an extra risk of cancer.


  • For Why
    • Women who need high quality & convenient IUDs, but not hormonal.
    • Women who easily suffer from bleeding.
    • Anemic women.
    • Women with very narrow cervical os.


  • How it Works
    • Copper IUDs prevent pregnancy by changing the way sperm cells move so they can’t get to an egg. If sperm can’t make it to an egg, pregnancy can’t happen.
    • “Gold T” IUD uses copper to prevent pregnancy. Sperm doesn’t like copper, so the Pregna IUD makes it almost impossible for sperm to get to that egg.
    • Copper reduces the ability of sperm to fertilize the egg.
    • Copper prevents a fertilized egg from successfully implanting in the lining of the uterus if fertilization occurred.
    • Copper prevents a fertilized egg from successfully implanting in the lining of the uterus if fertilization occurred.
    • Gold core decreases the risk of breaking the copper wire, improving the IUD's effectiveness.
    • Gold is biocompatible with the human body, delivering maximized safety (minimal side effects like pain and bleeding).


  • How To Take It
    • The IUD must be inserted in the clinic by the healthcare professional only under aseptic conditions.
    • “Gold T” IUD can be put in at any time you choose. You must not already be pregnant.
    • Some good times to get it put in are:
    • While you have your period or just after.
    • 6 weeks after your baby is born or immediately after childbirth (within 10 minutes).


  • Side Effects

Some women might notice some changes to their period, while others might not.

With Silverline IUD, your periods might be longer, heavier, and more painful, especially in the first few months. This usually gets better with time.


Professional Information

  • Description: “Gold T – 375 Cu + Au”
    • The most special IUD around the world from Eurogine (Spain), 99,9% pure copper wire + gold core diameter 0,1 mm, decreases the breaking risk of the spiral.
    • The intrauterine device with a " Y " shaped structure which disappears completely into the Insertion cannula by pulling the threads for assembly and removal.
    • Gold is immune to any corrosion therefore there’s no risk of fragmentation of the coil that may undermine its contraceptive effect.
    • The special piston facilitates the final endo-uterine placement of the IUD.
    • Loading tube 3.8 mm.
    • Recommended time in place 5 years.
    • Sterile single-use, CE marked.
    • Special and unique insertion system that avoids totally the risk of uterine perforation if properly used.
  • Package:

Each package contains 10 packs of one Gold T IUD.

Printed insertion tube adds convenience and accuracy for the provider.

Superior Film pouch keeps the copper parts bright and shiny.


  • How to Use

Prior to use inspect the package for any visible damage or defect. (Click the link in the insertion videos to know how to load and insert Gold T IUD).


  • Contraindications (Absolute):
    • Malignant disease of the genital tract.
    • Undiagnosed vaginal bleeding.
    • Pregnancy.
    • Past history of ectopic pregnancy or predisposing factors.
    • Infections of the genital tract.
    • Sexually transmitted disease during the last 12 months (except bacterial vaginitis, repeated herpes infection, Hepatitis B).
    • Abortion with infection during the last 3 months, pelvic inflammatory disease.
    • Uterine malformations.
    • Allergy to copper.


  • Contraindications (Relative):
    • Anemia.
    • Valvular heart disease.
    • Coagulation disorders.
    • Anti-inflammatory treatment.
    • Wilson’s disease.
    • Multiple exposures to different sexual partners.