Non-Surgical Permanent Birth Control for Women

Published on: August 9, 2016

There was a time when the only way to prevent pregnancy permanently was to have a hysterectomy. However, there are many other options available now, even some that do not require surgery. For women who are positive they do not want to have children in the future, a new product and procedure is available for permanent birth control. Essure ® Contraception can offer a solution for those women without surgery or the use of hormones.

What is Essure ® Contraception?

Unlike surgical procedures to prevent pregnancy, Essure ® Contraception does not require any incisions or removal of your reproductive organs. This contraception works by creating a natural barrier in your fallopian tubes by placing these specially designed inserts into your fallopian tubes. The procedure only takes 10-15 minutes, with an OB/GYN placing these inserts into your fallopian tubes through the vagina and cervix. Although there is a period of time before the inserts are effective at preventing pregnancy, once the barrier is produced, it can be a permanent solution.

For women who no longer want to take hormone birth control and are positive they do not want to become pregnant, Essure ® Contraception can be a viable solution. Many health insurances cover this procedure, which is consider contraception or non-surgical sterilization. It may be covered with only a small co-pay or in some cases, completely covered under your insurance.

If you are ready to have a permanent solution for birth control, contact your local OB/GYN that offersEssure ® Contraception. You can learn more about the procedure, side effects and risks through your doctor and determine whether this is the right contraception for you.

Posted on behalf of
North Point OB/GYN Associates
1505 Northside Boulevard #3500
Cumming, GA 30041
(770) 886-3555

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