We offer a full range of contraceptive methods and we can help you choose the method which is best for you
Long acting methods are the most effective at preventing pregnancy: these are the implant and the IUD or IUS (sometimes known as 'coils')
We can fit and remove implants in the walk-in clinic, or by appointment.
If you would like an IUD or IUS fitted, please call to make an appointment: 020 7683 4103
The FPA My Contraception Tool can help you choose which method might suit you best
You can also get repeat prescriptions of your contraception from your GP. Click here for more information.
Emergency contraception is used to prevent pregnancy after having unprotected sex or when the usual method of contraception is believed to have failed (a split condom, missed pill etc).
Emergency contraception can be in the form of a pill or an intra-uterine device (IUD or the coil) and can be used up to 3-5 days after unprotected sex.
The emergency IUD is the most effective method of emergency contraception
The IUD can be fitted within 5 days of unprotected sex. However, if more than 5 days have passed we may still be able to fit one - please discuss this with the doctor or nurse.
- The emergency IUD does not cause an abortion
- It can be used if you are breastfeeding
- It can be used as ongoing contraception for up to 10 years
Emergency pills are more effective the sooner you take them. Emergency pills should not be seen as a regular method of contraception - it is much better to use a reliable method every time you have sex.
Click here for more information about emergency contraception
Free condoms are available from all our clinics
Come Correct – Free condoms if you are under 25
Free Condom Project - Free condoms if you are 25 or over
Both of these schemes give you access to free condoms and lubricant from a variety of places, for examples clinics and pharmacies.
All of our clinics are part of the scheme and you register in any one of them.