Effective Contraceptive Counseling for Chicago-Area Women
For patients wishing to avoid a future pregnancy, All Women’s Medical Center provides private contraceptive counseling services for Chicago-area women of all ages. Whether you have a serious medical condition that could make carrying a child risky or you’re not financially or emotionally ready to become a mother yet, women should feel empowered when making decisions affecting their health and their future. That’s why we offer a variety of temporary and permanent contraception control solutions to assist you with all your family planning needs. Only you know what’s right for you. Let us present you with options so you can make an informed decision about the best type of contraceptive for your body. There are myriad misconceptions about contraceptives out there, but you can rely on our staff to provide solutions that have been deemed safe and effective.
A Variety of Temporary and Permanent Contraceptive Options
From oral contraceptives, such as birth control pills, to three-month contraceptive shots and the insertion of intrauterine devices (IUDs), under-the-skin implants, and vaginal rings, we strive to offer enough viable options to accommodate your contraceptive control needs. All Women’s Medical Center also provides tubal ligation services (commonly referred to as “getting your tubes tied”) for patients seeking a more permanent sterilization option. No matter which option you ultimately choose, you can count on us to provide you with the educational resources and ongoing support network that you need to feel confident about your choice going forward.
Avoid Unwanted Pregnancies with Our Contraceptive Counseling
Our contraceptive counseling services help Chicago-area women avoid unwanted pregnancies. Should you ever have a question or concern regarding our temporary or permanent contraception control solutions, we encourage you to call our dedicated staff. All Women’s Medical Center is dedicated to forming a lasting, trusting relationship with our patients by giving them options for their reproductive healthcare and educating them so they can choose which option is best-suited to their family planning needs.