Birth Control in Doral & Miami Beach

Birth Control

Any method or device used to prevent pregnancy is called birth control. If you aren’t aware of all the options, consider calling a birth control clinic.

Schedule a consultation with a birth control doctor and let a specialist lead you through the available contraceptive methods.

If you’re looking for birth control treatment, visit Doral Beach Gynecology at one of our two offices in Doral or Miami Beach. In the next chapters read about some of the most common contraceptive methods used in our birth control clinic.

Oral Contraception

The combined pill is the most commonly used form of oral contraception. It’s often referred to as “the pill” and contains artificial female hormones naturally produced in the ovaries.

If taken correctly, oral contraception is over 99% effective at preventing women from getting pregnant. Also, it may help with heavy or painful periods, PMS, or endometriosis.

Consult with some of our highly skilled gynecologists from Doral or Miami Beach and ask about the multiple benefits of using oral contraception.

Subdermal Implants

Contraceptive subdermal implants are a form of long-term birth control for women. A contraceptive implant looks like a flexible rod made of plastic. It’s the size of a matchstick and placed under the skin of the woman’s arm.

When placed in the body, this contraceptive method releases a steady dose of a progestational hormone which suppresses ovulation, thickens the cervical mucus, and thins the uterus.

Intrauterine Device (IUD)

The small T-shaped contraceptive device that’s put into the woman’s womb is called an IUD. It’s made from plastic, releases copper to stop you from getting pregnant, and will work for five to ten years.

Your birth control doctor or the nurse is in charge of the IUD placement. IUDs are more than 99% effective if the procedure is performed correctly. So, the IUD placement should be only done by our educated professionals from Doral or Miami Beach office.

The same goes for IUD removal. Let a gynecologist check the device’s position after three to six weeks of insertion. Then, if that’s what you prefer, proceed with the next steps of the IUD removal process.

Birth Control Injections

Contraceptive injections prevent pregnancy by releasing the hormone progestogen into the woman’s bloodstream.

The method is effective for 8-13 weeks and works in more than 99% of cases.

If remembering to take a pill isn’t your strong suit, birth control injections are an option you should consider. Visit a birth control doctor, and ask for more information about birth control injections before making a final decision.

Visit Doral Beach Gynecology and schedule an appointment to ensure your body is doing well.

Office Hours – Miami Beach

Wednesday – 8:30AM – 5:00PM

Thursday – 8:30AM – 5:00PM

Office Hours – Doral

Monday – 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Tuesday – 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Wednesday – 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Thursday – 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Friday – 8:00AM – 5:00PM

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