• What is Contraception?

    Contraception refers to the intentional use of various methods or devices to prevent pregnancy. It encompasses a wide range of options, including hormonal methods (such as birth control pills, patches, injections, and implants), barrier methods (like condoms and diaphragms), intrauterine devices (IUDs), natural family planning techniques, and permanent solutions such as sterilization. Contraception enables individuals and couples to plan if and when they want to have children, allowing for better control over their reproductive health and family planning decisions.

  • The Importance of Contraception Counseling

    Contraception counseling plays a crucial role in helping individuals and couples make informed choices about their reproductive health. During counseling sessions, healthcare providers offer comprehensive information about the various contraceptive options available, including their effectiveness, potential side effects, and suitability based on individual health profiles and lifestyle preferences. This personalized approach ensures that people understand the benefits and risks associated with each method, enabling them to select the option that best aligns with their needs and goals. Effective counseling also addresses any misconceptions and provides guidance on the correct and consistent use of contraception to maximize its effectiveness.

  • Family Planning and Long-Term Health

    Family planning through contraception not only helps in preventing unintended pregnancies but also contributes significantly to long-term health and well-being. By allowing individuals and couples to space and limit pregnancies, family planning reduces the risk of maternal and infant mortality, supports better outcomes for children, and improves economic stability for families. It empowers women to pursue educational and career opportunities, enhancing their ability to contribute to society. Additionally, planned pregnancies are more likely to result in healthier pregnancies and better prenatal care. Thus, contraception and family planning are vital components of public health, promoting healthier families and communities.

What's Your Right Way of Contraception? Talk to Us

Personalized Guidance for Informed Contraceptive Choices

  • Medical Evaluation: Assess health and reproductive history thoroughly
  • Method Selection: Discuss suitability of hormonal vs. non-hormonal methods
  • Safety Considerations: Review risks and benefits based on individual health
  • Effectiveness Rates: Compare contraceptive success rates for informed decisions
  • Lifestyle Compatibility: Align method with daily routines and preferences
  • Continuous Support: Monitor and adjust based on changing health needs
  • Educational Resources: Access reliable information and support for ongoing use
  • Follow-Up Care: Ensure long-term effectiveness and satisfaction with chosen method

Methods of Contraception

Comprehensive Overview of Contraceptive Choices for Effective Family Planning

  • Hormonal Methods: Oral pills, patches, injections, and hormonal implants
  • Barrier Methods: Condoms, diaphragms, and cervical caps
  • Intrauterine Devices (IUDs): Copper and hormonal types
  • Permanent Solutions: Tubal ligation procedures
  • Natural Family Planning: Fertility awareness and calendar-based methods
  • Emergency Contraception: Post-coital pills for unplanned situations
  • Behavioral Methods: Withdrawal and abstinence for contraception

Why People Choose Us?

Exceptional Expertise and Personalized Care for Women's Health

  • Extensive Experience: Over 14 years in obstetrics and gynecology
  • Specialized Training: Infertility Management and Ultrasonography expertise
  • Diverse Hospital Affiliations: Served at leading hospitals in Delhi
  • Comprehensive Care: Skilled in high-risk deliveries and laparoscopic surgeries
  • Professional Affiliations: Member of FOGSI and IMA

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Dr. Ishan Bhatia-
Dr. Ishan Bhatia

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Dr. Gazal Garg-
Dr. Gazal Garg

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