Dr. Muthus Multishospital

Family Planning & Contraception

Gynaecology (Family Planning & Contraception)

Family Planning Centre in Coimbatore

Today, the majority of couples adopt various methods to prevent pregnancy to effectively plan their families. It can be effectively managed by using a contraceptive device called an intrauterine device (IUD) or intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD). In this method of contraception, the egg and sperm cannot survive in the uterus or fallopian tubes or the fertilized egg cannot implant in the uterus.

The surgical procedure for sterilizing women is tubal ligation, which involves cutting or sealing the fallopian tubes. The procedure is usually performed as a day surgery through a minimally invasive procedure called laparoscopy.

Contraception: The methods prescribed and performed by doctors include long-acting reversible contraception, such as the implant or intrauterine device (IUD), hormonal contraception, such as the pill or Depo Provera injection, barrier methods, such as condoms, and emergency contraception. Additionally, we provide fertility awareness advice from our gynaecologists.

Dr.Muthus Hospitals has an active Family Planning centre in Coimbatore which is a great place to turn to if you want to postpone having a baby or stop having one altogether. Our gynaecologists advise you on the most effective contraception and sterilization options.

The top gynaecologists at Family Planning operation in Coimbatore at Dr.Muthus Hospitals are highly trained specialists who provide women and their families with information about contraceptives, as well as minimally invasive procedures when necessary.

Barrier Methods of Birth Control


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Diaphragm and Cervical Cap

In addition, the diaphragm or spermicide may cause irritation and allergic reactions, and urinary tract infections and vaginal yeast infections may increase. Occasionally, toxic shock syndrome can develop in women who leave their diaphragm in for too long. Cervical caps can cause abnormal Pap tests.

Vaginal Sponge

Hormonal Methods of Birth Control

These methods use hormones to control pregnancy. The women will either have estrogen and progestin together or just progestin. Most hormonal birth control methods require a prescription.

Hormonal methods of birth control include

IUD (Intrauterine Device)

Permanent Methods of Birth Control

It’s best for men, women, or couples who are certain they won’t have children in the future. The most common are vasectomy (for men) and tubal ligation (for women). In some cases, these procedures can be reversed if a pregnancy is desired later. There is, however, a low success rate for reversal.


Definitely. It is possible to get an STI at any time you have sex. Using condoms correctly every time you have sex significantly reduces the possibility of contracting HIV. The use of latex condoms helps prevent the spread of STIs, including HIV. Condoms made of lambskin can protect against some STIs, but do not offer protection against HIV. To get more guidance on the matter, contact the specialists at the Family Planning Centre in Coimbatore.

No. Actually, the Pill prevents cancer of the ovaries as well as cancer of the uterine lining. Women who take the Pill are half as likely to develop cancer of the uterus or ovaries. According to most experts, taking oral contraceptives does not increase the risk of developing breast cancer. It can even be taken by people with a family history of the disease. To know more about such matters, head to your nearest Family Planning Centre in Coimbatore.

When a problem with birth control, such as a broken condom, or after unprotected sex, the morning-after pill is used to prevent pregnancy. Within 72 hours after sex, it is most effective, although it may be taken up to 120 hours after sex.

Hormones estrogen and progesterone are present in high levels in the morning-after pill. The hormones work in many ways to prevent pregnancy, including delaying ovulation (the release of an egg during a woman’s monthly cycle), affecting the development of the uterine lining, and inhibiting fertilization.

It will not work if you are already pregnant since it is not an abortion pill. The morning-after pill can be purchased at a pharmacy without a prescription if you or your partner are 17 years of age or older. A family planning clinic may also offer the morning-after pill. If you require more guidance on the matter, contact the Family Planning Centre in Coimbatore.

If you are healthy and intend to avoid getting pregnant, you can continue to take birth control pills. In addition to treating irregular menstrual cycles, controlling acne, and controlling premenstrual syndrome, pills can also be used for other treatments. By continuing to use contraceptives, you can avoid various cancers including ovarian cysts, endometrial cancer, and breast cancer. To get answers of such questions, head to your nearest Family Planning Centre in Coimbatore.

Certainly. There is no way to prevent pregnancy other than not having sex (abstinence). Using birth control will reduce the chances of becoming pregnant if you decide to have sex.

Birth control only works when you use it correctly every time you have sex. Birth control methods can prevent pregnancy more effectively than others, while condoms are the only thing that can reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV. To get guidance on such matters, head to the Family Planning Centre in Coimbatore.

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