Womens Birth Control

Family Planning offers FDA-approved methods of contraception. When you explore options at our facility, each option that you feel you may be interested in will be reviewed with you in detail by your medical provider.

Birth Control Pills


Simple and Easy to Use. You must take one everyday.

Birth Control Implants


A tiny rod put under the skin in your arm by a nurse or a doctor. This implant will last about 3 years.

Birth Control Patch


A patch that can be placed anywhere on your body except for your breasts, once a week for three weeks. The fourth week no patch and it will be time to get your period.

Birth Control Vaginal Ring


The vaginal ring is inserted into the vagina to provide birth control. It only needs to be inserted once a month once a for three weeks. The fourth week no ring and it will be time to get your period. (Nuvaring)

Depo-Provera


Injection given by a nurse or doctor every three months.

Diaphragm


Small rubber cup that fits over the cervix, it must be used with a contraceptive cream or jelly that kill sperms each time you have intercourse. You will need to be fitted by your healthcare provider.

Condoms


A thin covering worn on the penis during sex. Condoms are the only method of birth control that prevents sexually transmitted infections.

Female Condoms


A pouch that's inserted in the vagina or anus before sex for birth control and protection against sexually transmitted infection.

IUD


An intrauterine device (IUD) is a little, t-shaped piece of plastic inserted into the uterus to provide birth control.

Emergency Contraception


If you did not use contraception or your method failed, we offer emergency contraception. Emergency contraception is 75% effective in preventing a pregnancy if used within 72 hours of unprotected intercourse. Call for an appointment.

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