Choosing A Birth Control Method
We offer options ranging from oral contraceptive pills to long-acting reversible contraceptive devices. You should discuss with your provider which ones would best suit your lifestyle. If you are here for an abortion, counseling is included as part of your abortion appointment. Making a decision about birth control is personal, and we will make sure all your questions and concerns are answered.
Careful and consistent use of a recommended birth control method will help prevent an unplanned pregnancy. Through our associated practice Brookside Women’s Medical Center, our staff can help you decide which method is best for you.
Contraception options include:
- All types of Birth Control Pills
- The Shot (Depo Provera)
- The Vaginal Ring (Nuva Ring)
- IUD (3,5 or 10-year option such as Mirena and Paragard)
- The Rod (Nexplanon – 3-year option)
- Bilateral Tubal Ligation
- Laparoscopic permanent sterilization
- Essure – the most recent permanent sterilization technique
If you are looking for emergency contraception, we have you covered.
If you want to do research on what type of birth control is best for you. Check out our blog post.
If you are unable to visit our Austin, Texas office for a consultation or to find a clinic closer to home, use the Office of Population Affairs handy clinic finder.