Contraception

Sexually active women who wish to have additional contraception beyond condoms or women who are in a monogamous relationship who do not wish to become pregnant have a seemingly endless variety of contraception options to choose from that they can discuss with a gynaecologist or general practitioner.

The most common form of contraception being used by woman is the birth control pill, which is taken orally every day. Other contraceptive options that a doctor may suggest are, vaginal rings, intrauterine devices (IUD), contraceptive patches, and diaphragms, all of which are very effective in preventing pregnancy. A doctor can help you decide which form of contraception is best for you.

If you have an existing contraception prescription MeeDoc is a convenient way to have it renewed.