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Contraception Advice

Contraception Advice in South Delhi - Dr Rupali's Abortion Centre

Our panel of doctors and gynecologist have experience in Contraceptive advice in Delhi, NCR. We’re the most promising Gynecology Centre in Delhi as suggested by our more than 3000 feedbacks and Reviews on Google. Our experts will give you the best contraceptive advices for any situation like in Emergency Contraception, Contraception after one baby, Long-acting reversible contraception or LARC, etc.

What is Contraception?

A mature woman can get pregnant by male’s sperms it reaches the eggs of her ovary. And Contraception is the method to prevent pregnancy or stop eggs from fertilization.

Contraception can be taken before or after sexual intercourse and here are the techniques of Contraception:

  • Stop Sperm from reaching egg
  • Stop the fertilization of the egg
  • Stop both fertilized egg and sperm attaching to the lining of the female’s womb

Methods of Contraception (Contraceptive Advice by our experts at Dr. Rupali’s Abortion Centre)

Contraception Advice in South Delhi - Dr Rupali's Abortion Centre

Temporary Methods of Contraception

  • caps or diaphragms for male and female
  • combined pill (COC) for female and male
  • condoms (external and internal) for both the partners
  • contraceptive implant
  • contraceptive injections
  • contraceptive patch
  • female condoms
  • IUD (intrauterine device or coil)
  • IUS (intrauterine system or hormonal coil)
  • natural family planning (fertility awareness)
  • progestogen-only pill
  • contraceptive vaginal ring for female

Permanent Mothods

  • Female Contraceptive Surgery (Tubectomy)
  • Male Sterilization (Vasectomy)

Emergency Contraception

After unprotected sex, or the sex without the contraception may leads to unwanted or unplanned pregnancy, in this case one requires the Emergency Contraception.

Our doctors at Dr. Rupali’s Abortion Centre refer following Emergency Contraception Methods:

  • Emergency IUD (intrauterine device or coil)
  • Emergency IUS (intrauterine system or hormonal coil)
  • Emergency Contraceptive pill

Frequently asked Questions about Contraception (Contraceptive Advices)

Here are few FAQs about the contraception and the outcomes which may cause due to it.

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In Delhi NCR or in South Delhi, Dr. Rupali’s Abortion Centre can give you best advices on various contraceptive methods and their outcomes.

The best method of contraception for you may depends on various factors like your age, your smoking and alcohol habits, medical history and hormonal changes. Our doctors can help you in deciding the best contraceptive method for you.

After unprotected sex, or the sex without the contraception may leads to unwanted or unplanned pregnancy, in this case one requires the Emergency Contraception.

No, If you’re under 16 you should get a confidential contraceptive advice, you must be matured enough to take this decision.

You can have a healthy sex whenever you and your partner both want to have. Everyone have different mental status and health problem, so you shouldn’t feel pressured or worried if you don’t feel ready to sex.

The Long-acting reversible contraceptive methods are the most reliable and effective methods to prevent the unwanted pregnancy, but here are the guideline for these methods.

  • Contraceptive implant – works for 3 years. Can be taken out earlier.
  • IUD – works for 5 or 10 years depending on type. Can be taken out earlier.
  • IUS – works for 3 or 5 years depending on type. Can be taken out earlier.
  • Contraceptive injection (Depo-Provera or Sayana Press) – lasts for 13 weeks.

Other methods rely on you remembering to take or use them. These are all effective methods if used according to instructions. But you have to use and think about them regularly or each time you have sex. If they're not used according to instructions every time they're less effective.

  • The combined pill
  • The contraceptive patch
  • The contraceptive vaginal ring
  • The progestogen-only pill
  • External (male) or internal (female) condoms.
  • Diaphragm or cap with spermicide.
  • Fertility awareness methods.

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