Deciding on when or if you plan to have a child can help you avoid the health and financial concerns associated with an unintended pregnancy. Also, timing and spacing pregnancies is healthier for your body.
Talk to your doctor at Access Health Center about what kind of birth control is best for you. Each patient is different so we offer many options in birth control at our facility. Our physicians and health educators can assist patients in making a decision that best fits them by offering brochures and the most up to date information. Careful and consistent use of a recommended birth control method will help prevent an unplanned pregnancy. With so many methods available and so many factors to consider, choosing birth control can be difficult. Our staff can help you decide on what method is best for you. We offer the following options for birth control:
• Oral Contraceptives (Birth Control Pills)
• Depo Provera Injection
• Vaginal Ring (Nuva Ring)
• Intrauterine Device (IUD)
• Diaphragm and Cervical Cap
• Condoms and Spermicides
Access Health Center offers the emergency contraceptive pill that you can take after unprotected sex or when a form of contraception fails to prevent a pregnancy. This product should only be taken if you don’t want to become pregnant. It will not work for patients who are already pregnant.
Access Health Center is a proud member of Illinois Abortion Clinics, providing choices for women in the Chicagoland area.