Family Planning Clinic

Extensive range of contraception & more

Family Planning Clinic

Extensive range of contraception & more

Contraceptive Services

At our family planning clinic, we offer an extensive range of contracptive services, delivered with specialist & confidential care. Whatever your questions or worries about family planning, we’re here to help you.

Other Tests

A family planning is incomplete without cervical smear tests & high-risk HPV tests. Along with making your appointment comfortable, we’ll also be able to answer any questions you may have.

Contraceptive Consultation

At our family planning clinic, we offer the advice your looking for. If you’re not sure what kind of contraception is suitable for you, or want to discuss / understand your contraceptive health better, then our specialists are here to help.

All appointments are highly discreet and confidential.

Family Planning FAQs

What is a Contraceptive Coil?

Emergency Contraception, or ‘The Morning After Pill’, is an effective way of preventing pregnancy within 5 days of unprotected sex or contraception failure.

Sperm can live in the female genital tract for 5 days. Thus, the Emergency Contraception tries to delay ovulation and the release of an egg for 5 days. 

Side Effects

Emergency Contraception, or ‘The Morning After Pill’, is an effective way of preventing pregnancy within 5 days of unprotected sex or contraception failure.

Sperm can live in the female genital tract for 5 days. Thus, the Emergency Contraception tries to delay ovulation and the release of an egg for 5 days. 

How does it work?

Emergency Contraception, or ‘The Morning After Pill’, is an effective way of preventing pregnancy within 5 days of unprotected sex or contraception failure.

Sperm can live in the female genital tract for 5 days. Thus, the Emergency Contraception tries to delay ovulation and the release of an egg for 5 days. 

When should I take it?

Emergency Contraception, or ‘The Morning After Pill’, is an effective way of preventing pregnancy within 5 days of unprotected sex or contraception failure.

Sperm can live in the female genital tract for 5 days. Thus, the Emergency Contraception tries to delay ovulation and the release of an egg for 5 days. 

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