Contraception

Contraception

The choice of different contraceptive types can seem somewhat overwhelming with too many different types to choose from.

You may wish to discuss natural fertility methods, condoms, ‘the pill’, whether it is the progesterone-only pill (POP or mini-pill), or combined pill (COCP), the nuva ring, the Implanon nxt implant, the copper IUD or the IUS called  ”the Mirena”.  We are available to help you in finding the safest form of contraception for you.

Depending on your individual circumstances, an IUD, Mirena or Implanon may be inserted on the same day.

Emergency Contraception

Sometimes accidents happen, but did you know there is a new “morning after pill” that can be taken up to 120 hours after unprotected intercourse? Alternatively a Copper IUD can be used as emergency contraception and then be used for on going contraception.

Our Team

Dr Amanda Sabel – GP Obstetrician
I trained as a Doctor in London, before working in surgical specialities and then ED before training as a GP in London. ...
Dr Amanda Sabel – GP Obstetrician
Dr Yulia Bazay – GP
Doctor Yulia Bazay graduated from Siberian Medical University in Russia at the Faculty of General Practice in 2004. She ...
Dr Yulia Bazay – GP
Kelly Forsyth – Midwife
I have worked as  midwife since 2001, practising across the continuum of maternity care. Being passionate about wom...
Kelly Forsyth – Midwife
Harriette Coulson – Midwife / Lactation Consultant
I trained as a Midwife 28 years ago in Scotland and as a Lactation Consultant 20 years ago in Melbourne, Australia. Addi...
Harriette Coulson – Midwife / Lactation Consultant
Dr Tara White – GP obstetrician
Dr White is a West Australian trained GP obstetrician. She completed her obstetric training at King Edward Memorial Hosp...
Dr Tara White – GP obstetrician