Contraception refers to a range of measures taken that will prevent pregnancy.

Using contraception reduces your risk of getting pregnant when you have sex.

Contraceptive measures can also be used to manage some gynaecological / hormonal issues and symptoms.

Your contraception choices:

  • Condoms / diaphragms
  • Contraceptive pills
  • Emergency contraception or the morning after pill
  • Vaginal ring
  • Intra-Uterine Device (IUD / Mirena)
  • Contraceptive implants.
  • Depo Provera

Why do I need it?

If you’re having sex and you don’t want to get pregnant, you need to use contraception (also known as birth control).  Every adult has the right to access contraception and have control over fertility. No matter what option you choose, you still need a condom to protect you from sexually transmitted infections.

How can we help?

Please see your GP to have a discussion about the types of contraception available to you, and which choice may be right for your needs.  If your GP thinks that you need specialist advice, they can refer you to our clinic for further consultation. Please contact our rooms for a consultation.

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