Why patients consider birth control

istock 685591182 In the past, birth control options were not available, and women who were sexually active had to rely on close monitoring of their natural menstrual cycle to reduce their risk of pregnancy. Fortunately, with today’s medicine and technological advances, women have more options than ever for preventing conception and pregnancy. Birth control, also known as contraceptives, are widely and readily available for women who are interested in putting a “pause on pregnancy.”

What is birth control?

Birth control is best described as any treatment or solution that significantly reduces the risk of conception during sexual intercourse. It is often a part of family planning, allowing women to control if and when they become pregnant. Some women want to extend the period of time between children, while others want to avoid pregnancy altogether until they are emotionally and financially ready. Whatever the reason, birth control options are here to help!

What are some of the more common methods of birth control?

There are a wide array of options available for women when it comes to birth control. Below are just a few of the more common ones chosen by our patients for their personal needs:

  • Spermicide
  • Condoms
  • Emergency contraception
  • Birth control pills
  • The patch
  • Vaginal rings
  • Injections
  • Implants
  • IUD (intrauterine device)

Other considerations include:

  • Pull-out method (removal of the men’s penis before ejaculation)
  • Fertility awareness or natural family planning
  • Permanent birth control (vasectomy, hysterectomy, tubal block, or tubal ligation)

Are you interested in learning more about your birth control options?

Whether you want to put a hold on future pregnancies or avoid having children until the right time, birth control is a viable option for many individuals. If you are a woman in the area of Houston, TX who is considering birth control, we welcome you to book a consultation visit with our team and find out if you are a good fit. We offer a wide range of birth control options to choose from at our practice, conveniently located at 13215 Dotson Road, Suite #200. Call (281) 444-3440 to book an appointment with one of our providers and take the first step towards choosing a solution for your family goals and personal needs.

Schedule A Consultation

New to our practice and want to schedule an appointment? Contact us by calling our office.

For existing patients, please contact us through the Patient Portal.

What happens in a consultation?

01. Get to know your Northwest Women’s Center physician.

02. Discuss your unique goals and concerns.

03. Receive a personalized procedure plan.

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