Birth Control Specialist

Rose Women's Health -  - OB/GYN

Rose Women's Health

OB/GYNs located in Arcadia, CA

Birth control counseling is one of the many services offered to women at Rose Women’s Health. Dr. Anya Rose, a Board Certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist, serves patients at her practice in Arcadia, CA with information about the various types of birth control available. Additionally, Dr. Rose offers a variety of safe and effective contraceptive methods.

Birth Control Q & A

Rose Women's Health

What Types of Birth Control are Available to Me?

Every woman is different in terms of the best birth control options for the individual. As such, Dr. Rose provides counseling on the various types of birth control on the market. These include birth control pills, IUDs, contraceptive implants, and contraceptive injections. Each of these forms of birth control are reversible so that you can cease taking them in order to get pregnant when you are ready. Birth control methods have varying levels of effectiveness and commitment to using, i.e. birth control pills must be taken every day, while IUDs require no maintenance on your part. Some types of birth control last for years, such as the copper IUD, while others must be readministered quarterly, as with Depo injections. Thankfully through contraceptive counseling, you can get the personalized birth control advice you need to make the healthiest decision for your reproductive health.

What is a Permanent Form of Birth Control Offered at Rose Women’s Health in Arcadia, CA?

Here at Rose Women’s Health in Arcadia, CA, we do offer permanent birth control in the form of female sterilization. Also known as tubal ligation, this type of birth control can be done laparoscopically by Dr. Rose. For women who are done having children or do not plan to have children, this is a permanent method of birth control that has a 99 percent effectiveness rate. In the very rare instance that the fallopian tubes regenerate, a woman could become pregnant even with permanent birth control. For this reason, it is important to maintain your annual well-woman exam. This allows Dr. Rose to notice any indicators that your tubes are redeveloping following this procedure.

What are Birth Control Options for Occasional Use?

If you do not want a permanent birth control option or one that contains hormones, as with the birth control pill or injection, you may benefit from temporary birth control methods. These include condoms, the vaginal ring, or a contraceptive sponge. To learn more about how these birth control methods work, and about their effectiveness, schedule an appointment with Dr. Rose at Rose Women’s Health. Through contraceptive counseling, Dr. Rose will help you to choose the optimal birth control option for your needs.

Insurance and Billing

We accept most traditional PPO insurance plans and Medicare. Please contact our office to verify acceptance of your plan. Qualifications for insurance coverage may differ due to the uniqueness of each procedure. If we are not contracted with your plan, please let us know.

Aetna
Anthem Blue Cross
Blue Cross Blue Shield
CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
Cigna
Coventry
HealthNet
Medicare
Multiplan, Inc.
United Healthcare