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Contraception

There are many ways to reduce the risk of pregnancy and some are more effective than others. Some methods also help reduce the chance of passing or catching a sexually transmitted infection.

Finding the best method of contraception can take a little bit of time and may change during your life so it’s worth reading about all the different options to help you make the best decision for you.

For more information please visit the following websites:

sexwise   brook   

How to get contraception 

Contraception delivered by post

Available free to residents of some boroughs. Please check the area in which you live:

Many contraception methods can also be purchased after an online medical assessment and delivered to you by post.

Contraception from your GP / local clinic

If you already get contraception from an NHS provider they may organise a prescription without you needing to visit.

Please contact your current / nearest service – find your nearest service here:

Contraception from your GP / local clinic

If you already get contraception from an NHS service then please contact them first.

Please contact your current / nearest service – find your nearest service here:

If you are due your injection and will be attending a new service to get your next dose please ensure you know the date of your last injection before calling.

Please read information about the contraception choices in the links above before contacting a provider.

Contraception delivered by post

Available free to residents of some boroughs. Please check the area in which you live:

Many contraception methods can also be purchased after an online medical assessment and delivered to you by post.

Contraception from your GP / local clinic

They may be able to organise a prescription without you having to visit.

Please contact your current / nearest service – find your nearest service here:

Contraception from your GP / local clinic

Please contact your current / nearest service – find your nearest service here:

Implants or Coils (IUD/IUS) provided by The Wolverton

If your contraception needs replacing or you wish to start using the Implant or have a Coil (IUD/IUS) fitted we will offer you an initial telephone consultation and once completed then add you to our waiting list for the procedure.

Contraception from your GP / local clinic

Please contact your current / nearest service – find your nearest service here:

Contraception from The Wolverton

If you would like your Implant or Coil (IUD/IUS) removed we will offer you an initial telephone consultation to discuss the best way to manage your needs and then if necessary add you to our waiting list for the procedure.

If you wish to stop using the Implant or Coil but still require contraception it is advisable to start another method before having it removed. Please discuss this during your telephone consultation.

If you would like your Coil removed without starting another contraception method then you must not have sex for 7 days before the procedure to prevent a pregnancy risk. Please consider this before contacting us to request a removal.

We are no longer able to run a walk in service. Please do not attend the service without calling first. If you do attend the service during our call centre opening times without an appointment you will be assessed for emergency care and safety and then assisted to book a future appointment for an appropriate time.