Hi, I don't mean to cause any concern, but in Canada anyway, I thought that IUD's were banned a long time ago, at least the copper ones.
In the '70's , statistically, women were getting bladder infections, repeatedly, including myself.
I had it put in when I was 17 and had it in for about 15 years. My doctor tried to take it out and couldn't, so he referred me to a gynacologist, who had a very difficult time taking it out(it was so painful). It was on the news about women signing and getting compensation for it, but it never really went anywhere.
I think this might react with the zapper. But I don;t think a plastic IUD would be a problem.
My understanding was that, if you never had a child before, you had to use a copper one, but if you already had a child, you could get a plastic one because it is thicker.