Women's Health: Birth Control Management at University of Colorado Hospital
Why Choose University of Colorado Hospital for your Birth Control Management?
Many women need birth control, especially if they have complex medical issues that include:
- Heart problems
- Blood clotting disorders
- Physical or learning disabilities
Birth Control Methods
Barrier Devices – Devices such as diaphragms and condoms that do not involve any use of medication.
Implanon® – A long-term, reversible form of birth control that uses an under-arm implant to release hormones into your body to prevent pregnancy.
Intrauterine Devices – A long-term, reversible form of birth control that uses a device inserted in the uterus to prevent pregnancy.
Oral Contraceptives – Birth control pills that use hormones to prevent pregnancy.
Tubal Ligation – A permanent form of birth control that requires a surgical procedure to close a woman's fallopian tubes to prevent pregnancy.
Birth Control Management: Featured Item
University of Colorado Hospital has a special birth control management program specifically for women with complex medical issues. Our board-certified gynecologists provide a medical evaluation and discuss the options available depending on the patient's needs and family planning goals.