There are many types of contraception readily available to you. Choosing a method of birth control is a highly personal decision, based on individual preferences, medical history, lifestyle, and other factors. With the many types of contraception available.
We make a special effort to get to know you, so that your physician will be able to help you choose from a full range of contraception options to best fit your preferences and needs from a medical and lifestyle perspective.
Condom / Female condom
Protects against pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as HIV/AIDS, herpes, and gonorrhea.
Commonly referred to as "the morning after pill" (a somewhat misleading expression because it can be effective for up to 72 hours), this contraception method consists of several tablets that work by giving the body a strong, short burst of synthetic hormones that disrupt the hormone patterns needed for pregnancy.
Permanent birth control
A nonsurgical procedure that creates a natural barrier to pregnancy, providing an option for women who are finished having children.
Birth control pills are a combination of the hormones estrogen and progesterone, which prevent pregnancy by interfering with ovulation. They are considered to be 99% effective when taken as directed.
Call the member services number, on the back of your insurance card, to check your benefits for what you are interested in. Ask your insurance rep what coverage you have and any out of pocket expense you may have (i.e., deductible, coinsurance, etc). Get the name of the person you speak with and a call reference number. This call is not an authorization. The information will help you make an informed decision and make you aware of out of pocket expenses you may have. After you check your benefits, please call our office to schedule your appointment.