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Contraception Services

 

Thames Avenue Surgery are able to offer a fully comprehensive Contraception Service and all of our Doctors and Nurses are able to provide contraceptive advice.    If you are interested in taking the Contraceptive Pill, you will be required to see one of our Nurses by contacting the surgery and booking an appointment.

Other forms of contraception offered at Thames Avenue Surgery include:-

  • Contraceptive Injections (also known as Depo)
  • Contraceptive Implants (Nexplanon)
  • Contraceptive Coils (Mirena Coil or Copper Coil)

For more information about Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC), please click on the link below:-
Long Acting Reversible Contraception


For further information regarding Contraception - 'Your Contraception Guide' is available HERE


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IUS (Intrauterine System)                            Contraceptive Implant


Coil and Implant Appointments

If you are interested in having an implant or coil fitted, please do not hesitate to contact the surgery in order to discuss your options and receive advice.   Our process for receiving an appointment for an implant or coil fitting or removal is as follows: -

Step One

Either speak to Reception or one of our Healthcare Professionals to let them know you are interested in having a coil/implant fitted or removed so that your name can be added on to our waiting list.

Step Two

Our Practice Nurse will contact you to discuss your options, give relevant advice, explain the coil/implant procedure and answer any questions you have.  

Step Three

Once you are happy and wish to proceed, the Nurse will book an appointment for you to attend for your procedure.    Please be aware that appointments for coil/implant services are currently limited to a Thursday morning from 10am due to GP availability (this of course is subject to change).   

 
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