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Women's Health: Birth Control Management at University of Colorado Hospital

Why Choose University of Colorado Hospital for your Birth Control Management?

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Many women need birth control, especially if they have complex medical issues that include:

  • Heart problems
  • Blood clotting disorders
  • Obesity
  • Cancer
  • 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.