Coil Fitting


£295 - £395




60 minutes

gynaecologist showing female patient intrauterine contraceptive device or coil to prevent pregnancy while consultation

Expert fitting in a COVID-safe & friendly setting

Established in 1998, we are dedicated to women’s health and providing the services women need at their convenience. Our coil fitting service is fast and easy.
If you need a coil fitted or replaced, our family planning specialist nurses are here to help, with detailed consultations and assessment and quick and easy fitting at our COVID-safe and discreet facilities.


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Benefits of Coil Fitting

A coil is a form of contraception that has an effectiveness rate of over 99.9% and provides either hormonal or non-hormonal contraceptive cover. There are several benefits to having your coil fitted with us:

  • No need for a specialist gynaecology referral (in the vast majority of cases)
  • Convenient and fast appointment
  • Female-led management and clinical team
  • Experienced and knowledgeable nurses
  • Female GPs every day

Call us today to arrange your telephone consultation in the comfort of your own home. If suitable, the procedure will be organised for you at our Central London clinic.

How To Book A Private Doctor Appointment?

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Use our online booking engine or book your test by giving us a call.

Choose your test type

On the online booking engine select the “appointment type” you need.

meet with our experts

You will be seen by one of our friendly doctors or trained clinicians.


  • A coil is inserted by one of our Specialist Nurses.
  • Before your coil insertion, you’ll have a 45-minute consultation and assessment by telephone.
  • Your coil insertion appointment will then be organised at our Central London clinic and the procedure will take around 45-minutes.
During the test
  • The procedure itself is quick and easy.
  • You might experience some period-like pain and cramps which might continue for a few hours following and occasionally some period-like spotting or bleeding
  • The procedure is relatively painless.

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Test prices do not include a consultation.

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What is Coil Fitting?
Coil fitting refers to the process of inserting an intrauterine device (IUD) or intrauterine system (IUS) into a woman’s uterus as a form of contraception. These devices are commonly known as “coils”. Coil fitting is a medical procedure typically performed by a healthcare professional, such as a gynaecologist or a specially trained nurse.
The experience of pain during coil fitting can vary from person to person. Some individuals may find the procedure uncomfortable, while others may report only mild discomfort or no pain at all.
It’s common to encounter cramping discomfort in the immediate aftermath of the fitting, a sensation that may persist for several days. Utilising common pain relievers like ibuprofen and paracetamol can effectively alleviate this discomfort. Additionally, you might notice some minor vaginal bleeding following the fitting.

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