Contraception

There are different ways in which sexual intercourse can't lead to an unwanted pregnancy.

Contraception maybe:

- hormonal: pill, patch, implant, ring, injection, hormonal coil,...

- non-hormonal: copper coil, internal or external condom, diaphragm, cervical cap, self-observation,...

- emergency: morning-after pill (up to 72 hours free in planning) or 5 days later (up to 5 days - free ), the copper coil (placed within 7 days - requires a medical appointment)


Click on this link to find all the information on each contraceptive method:







Would you like more information? Feel free to call us or come on site (without an appointment, during our opening hours). One of our friendly staff will be able to answer your questions.



Do you want to try a contraception? Call us, just make an appointment with one of our doctors.


Still unsure about the contraceptive method? You can either make a medical appointment or come to the reception desk (without an appointment, during our opening hours) to get more information and ask all your questions, our entire team is trained to answer them.


!! The only contraception that also protects against STIs. (sexually transmitted infections) is the condom.

You can get condoms for free at all family planning centres.

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