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Contraception-Birth Control-Family Planning

Contraception-Birth Control-Family Planning

Contraception is the deliberate use of artificial methods or other techniques to prevent pregnancy as a result of sexual intercourse.

Different contraceptive methods suit different women. This is a very personal decision and the best choice is what feels right for you and your partner, and what will be most effective in preventing an unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.

This is also an extremely sensitive issue where religious considerations have to be kept in mind.

Types of Contraceptive Methods

The different methods of contraception available include the following:

  • Natural Method
  • Barrier Method
    • Condoms-Male/Female
    • Vaginal Diaphragms
    • Cervical Cap
  • Progestogen-Only Pills
  • Progestogen-Only Injectable
  • Progestogen-Only Implants
  • Combined Oral Contraceptive pills
  • Contraceptive Patch
  • Vaginal Contraceptive Ring
  • Intrauterine Contraception
    • Non Hormonal
    • Hormonal
  • Female Sterilisation
  • Male Sterilisation
  • Emergency Contraception

If you are looking for a good and reliable contraceptive method, Dr (Mrs) Salma Kayani will take a detailed history, followed by full examination and an ultrasound scan. Then according to your lifestyle and health risks factors, Dr Salma will discuss the different methods available and advise the one that suits you best.

Once you have made your selection, Dr Salma Kayani will advise you the about the best time to start your preferred method.

Laparoscopic Sterilisation

If you are looking for a permanent irreversible method of contraception, Dr Salma Kayani can perform this minor operation through keyhole surgery. As Dr Salma Kayani is an Advanced Minimal Access Surgeon, the safety and effectiveness of this procedure is guaranteed (Be-Iznillah). You can go home 4-6 hours after the operation and the method is effective immediately.

Training, Skill and Experience of Dr Salma Kayani

Dr Salma Kayani has been formally trained and certified by the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH), of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist (London, UK) in the expert management of this very important and sensitive issue.

She has been certified for the last 14 years, since (2002). Dr (Mrs) Salma Kayani undergoes regular re-certification by the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (UK) every five years, in order to make sure that she is up-to-date and is providing the best evidence-based care to her patients.