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What is available for me?

Birth control, also known as contraception or family planning, are methods or devices used to prevent pregnancy. People use birth control for a variety of other reasons as well – from clearing up acne to relieving the symptoms of painful periods.

 

Whatever your reason, we can help.

 

Our clinics provide a wide range of birth control options at no- or low-cost. Your privacy is important to us, and that’s why we keep your appointment and any services you receive confidential, although we encourage you to involve your parents in any major healthcare decisions you make.

 

Just ask for Title X (ten). Our clinics will know to provide you with the highest quality, confidential, low- or no-cost services.

Birth Control Methods

Highly Effective

Birth Control Implant

BIRTH CONTROL IMPLANT

(Implanon and Nexplanon)
a matchstick sized rod that is inserted into the arm by a health care provider; is highly effective and prevents pregnance for up to three years.

IUDS

IUDS

(Skyla, Liletta, Mirena, Paragard)
a small, T-shaped device inserted into the uterus by a healthcare provider to prevent pregnancy; is highly effective and can prevent pregnancy for three (Skyla and Liletta), five (Mirena), or ten years (Paragard).

FAQ's

Moderately Effective

Birth Control Pills

Birth Control Pills

(many varieties)
a pill taken daily to prevent pregnancy; is moderately effective and prevents pregnancy for as long as it is taken consistently.

Birth Control Shot

Birth Control Shot

(Depo Provera)
a shot in the arm; is moderately effective and prevents pregnancy for three months.

Birth Control Ring

Birth Control Ring

(NuvaRing)
a small ring that you place in your vagina once a month for three weeks; is moderately effective and prevents pregnancy for one month.

Less Effective

Condom

Condom

(Durex, Trojan, Lifestyle)
a latex sheath worn on the penis to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections; can be used in combination with other forms of birth control; prevents pregnancy with each use but a new condom must be used with each act.

Female Condom

Female Condom

(FC2)
a pouch inserted into the vagina to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections; prevents pregnancy with each use but a new condom must be used with each act.

Morning Pills

Morning After Pill

(Plan B One-Step, Ella)
a one- or two-step system of pills taken after unprotected sex, or sex where the protection fails to prevent pregnancy; is moderately effective and can prevent pregnancy up to five days after unprotected sex.

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