Birth Control Options Your Body

Choosing a contraceptive method is a very personal choice. Each woman's body and circumstance is different. That's why Garden OB/GYN offers a variety of contraceptive options. Our Garden OB/GYN doctors and providers are specialists in contraception. They can provide expert guidance on considerations for hormone levels, frequency, effectiveness and permanence of contraceptive options, so you can confidently decide which one is right for you.

Temporary Options Include:
Birth control shot
Cervical cap
Condom
Diaphragm
Emergency contraception
Fertility awareness-based methods
Intrauterine device
Oral contraceptives
Skin patch
Vaginal ring
Vaginal sponge

Permanent options include:
Tubal Ligation
Essure Sterilization
Vasectomy (Male Sterilization)

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