Birth Control Options & Contraception Counseling in Florida

Women’s Care is here to provide women who have not gone through menopause effective counseling in all means of birth control.

Birth Control and Contraception

Starting a family is one of the most significant things that you can do during your lifetime. But controlling when and with whom this happens is an essential element in the health and well-being of women. At Women’s Care, we want you to be both empowered and experience peace of mind, so that you can live your life on your terms.

What to Expect When Discussing Birth Control and Contraception

Understanding your lifestyle and medical history are core factors you will need to discuss with your provider. We make sure that you experience a welcoming, non-discriminating environment that emphasizes education and finding a choice that will enable you to live your best life. Our providers will guide you through various factors that you should consider when deciding on your birth control methods, including:

  • Convenience of Use
  • Cost of Birth Control in Florida
  • Effectiveness and Duration
  • Impact on Menstrual Cycle
  • Medical Conditions
  • Prevention of STDs
  • Reversibility and Expected Return of Fertility
  • Side Effects

Types of Birth Control and Contraception You May Consider

There are four different types of hysterectomies, with each requiring a different surgical technique. Depending on your medical history and reason for surgery, it is either a vaginal, abdominal, or laparoscopic procedure. Your provider will determine the best type of hysterectomy for you, depending on your specific condition. Below are the different types of hysterectomies:

  • Birth Control Patches: Patches are typically worn for three weeks, followed by a week without. They work similarly to other hormone methods to prevent the release of an egg.
  • Condoms, diaphragms, and other barrier methods: One of the most common and well known options, barrier contraceptives are well known for their preventative capabilities for both pregnancy and STDs.
  • Contraceptives in the form of Injection: Depo-Provera birth control shots, which use the hormone progestin, provide 99% prevention and require injection every three months.
  • Emergency Contraception (Plan B): Plan B is a form of emergency contraception that helps prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex.
  • Implants: Allow for the prevention of pregnancy through hormones and can last for multiple years.
  • Intrauterine Devices (IUDs): Lasting several years, IUDs are highly effective and do not use hormones. These are small devices that are inserted into the uterus.
  • Natural Family Planning: Natural family planning methods will include spermicides, understanding your fertility cycle, and abstinence.
  • Oral contraceptives: Birth control pills prevent a woman’s ovary from ovulating and normally combine progestin and estrogen, or may be progestin-only.
  • Surgical Methods: Post partum and laparoscopic female occlusion provide permanent prevention of pregnancy without regular use of hormones.
  • Vaginal Rings: These soft, plastic rings have a time release dose of oestrogen and progestogen that helps prevent pregnancies for one month.

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Birth Control Methods in FL

Women’s Care offers comprehensive women’s health and gynecology services, including birth control and contraceptive counseling. Please schedule an appointment with us today if you would like to learn more about different birth control options we recommend. We look forward to hearing from you!