Levosert is a hormonal coil which is similar to the Mirena coil but has a slightly different way of being inserted into your womb. It releases a low amount of progestogen, meaning low levels circulate through your system - this may be why most women experience few side effects. It's very likely to make your bleeds lighter or stop altogether. Levosert can stay in for up to 6 years.

What is in the Levosert coil?

Androgenic progestogen

Alternative to Levosert coil

This contraceptive sits in Group 1 and has the same hormonal ingredient as:


Every 6 years


Over 99%

Blood clot risk


Effect on fertility



How long does Levosert last?

Can the Levosert coil cause weight gain?

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What is the different between the Levosert and Mirena coil?

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Detailed information

How Levosert coil works:

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