This study will test a suction-based method of engaging the cervix.
The study has four aims.
Aim #1: To observe and measure a patient’s reaction and perception to the application of the Bioceptive Cervical Retractor.
Aim #2: To measure the pain perceptions of the Bioceptive Cervical Retractor versus the single-toothed cervical tenaculum and the atraumatic tenaculum.
Aim #3: To assess IUD placement efficacy and participant assessment of pain using the retractor and BII.
Aim #4: To assess IUD placement efficacy and participant assessment of pain using the BII versus standard IUD insertion instruments.