Contraception Advice

Female Contraceptive Consultations

Contraception Advice
  • Professional Medical Advice
  • Safe & Effective Birth Control Options
  • Manage Menstrual Related Symptoms & Disorders
Pricing From £105
Consultation duration 30 minutes
Professional Private GP
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Our specialist doctors can offer confidential contraception advice, to help you choose a method of birth control that’s right for you. These appointments include a medical consultation, to ensure your chosen method will be suitable in the context of your health, age and lifestyle.

We offer the following types of birth control including:

We believe contraception is about choice, and about offering non-judgemental and confidential advice and information, in a safe and welcoming setting. We also understand the benefits presented in extensive research, which indicates that; planned, delayed, or spaced pregnancies are linked to improved birth outcomes for babies. Family planning benefits are attributed either directly or through healthy maternal behaviors throughout pregnancy.

During your consultation, your doctor will ask you about your lifestyle, medical history, previous contraceptive use, and if you are currently taking any medication. Based on this information, we will suggest certain forms of contraception, so that you can make the ultimate decision as to which suits you best.

We will be sure to talk you through any risks or symptoms associated with each available choice, the chances of getting pregnant whilst using it, and how to use it.

Should you experience some unwanted and unexpected side effects on your chosen contraception, please don’t hesitate to contact us, and we will review the situation with you to find the root cause. This may involve further examinations or tests. Rest assured, we will support you in finding the right contraceptive for your unique needs.

Other benefits of contraception

The main role of contraception is as a means of birth control. However, there are other uses of contraception, to manage conditions such as:

  • Fibroids
  • PCOS
  • Menopausal symptoms
  • Primary Ovarian insufficiency
  • Heavy bleeding, irregular and premenstrual symptoms

Frequently Asked Questions

At what age should I consider birth control?

16 is the common age for teenagers to start contraception. By this age, most teenagers have started their menstrual cycle.

Some teenagers are ready to start taking contraceptive at an earlier age, though it is crucial that this is discussed during a consultation with a GP.

What is the best contraceptive available?

There is no single answer to this, as every woman’s body is different. By exploring your medical history and lifestyle habits during a consultation, we will be able to narrow your options down to a select few choices.

Do you offer emergency contraception?

Yes. We offer the morning after pill (3 days after unprotected sex) and (5 days after unprotected sex).

Patients also have the choice of the copper coil IUD, which must be inserted no later than 5 days after unprotected sex.

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