It is important that you use a method of contraception if you do not wish to become pregnant. There is a wide range of contraception available.
Our team can help guide you to choose the most effective method of contraception for you. If you want to learn more about contraception please talk with a member of staff or visit the FPA website.
Here is a list of all the methods we offer:
- Combined Pill (the pill)
- Progesterone Only Pill
- Copper Coil (IUD)
- Progesterone Coil (IUS)
- Progesterone Implant
- Progesterone Injection
- Diaphragm/ Caps
- Natural Family Planning
- Male and Female Condoms
Condoms are available free from any of our sexual health clinics.
Not all methods of contraception are available from every clinic, if you would like a specific method please advise us of this when booking your appointment.
When you attend for contraception the clinician will ask several questions about your general health and sex life. This is to ensure we are able to provide the best possible care to you and offer appropriate screening for relevant STIs.
If you didn’t use contraception and you are worried you may be at risk of pregnancy you may need emergency contraception.
If you would like a coil please open this document and read the information carefully: Essential Coil Information.
If you would like easy read information on contraception please click here – easy read.