Take control of your Reproductive Health

Preventive care

Contraception is a key aspect of reproductive health, allowing you to effectively plan and manage your fertility. Our contraception services offer a variety of personalized options to meet the unique needs of each woman. Whether you are looking to prevent an unwanted pregnancy or space out your children, we have solutions tailored to your lifestyle and personal preferences. Come and consult us to discuss it.

De femmes ont fait un choix ÉCLAIRÉ!

With the help of l’Infirmière Coach De Santé

There are so many contraceptive
options available!

But how do you make your choice?



Easy to use, they also regulate menstrual cycles.



A long-term solution, effective for 3 to 10 years.


Contraceptive implants

A discreet and durable method, effective for up to 3 years (Available soon)



A quarterly injection for peace of mind.



A non-hormonal method that also protects against sexually transmitted infections (STDs).


Vaginal Ring and Patch

Hormonal options offering monthly or weekly check-ups.


Other methods that can be discused

Options includes: Condom, internal condom, diaphragm, birth control sponge, spermicide and gel, fertility awareness, withdrawal (pull out method), breastfeeding as birth control, outercourse and abstinence, tubal ligation and vasectomy.



Far beyond unwanted pregnancies

  • Unplanned Pregnancy Prevention: Allows you to control when and if you want to have children.
  • Menstrual health: There are some methods that can help regulate and lighten menstruation.
  • Reducing the Risk of Cancer: Some birth control pills reduce the risk of ovarian and endometrial cancer.
  • PMS Symptom Control: May help manage PMS symptoms.

Why choose us?

Because it’s much more than counseling, it’s also Education: 

  • Personalized Consultations: We offer private and confidential consultations to discuss your options.
  • Continuous Monitoring: We ensure regular monitoring to evaluate the effectiveness of the chosen method and adjust if necessary.
  • Education and Support: We provide comprehensive information and constant support to answer all your questions.

The morning-after pill,

“Your Lifeline for Unexpected Moments”

Accidents happen, and sometimes contraception fails. The morning-after pill is an effective emergency solution to prevent pregnancy when taken shortly after unprotected sex or contraceptive failure. It’s a safe and reliable way to ensure your peace of mind during these critical moments.

Here are the most commonly asked questions.

About contraception 

How effective are the different contraceptive methods?

IUDs and implants are the most effective (more than 99%). Pills, patches, and rings are about 91% effective with typical use. Condoms are about 85% effective.

What is an IUD and how does it work?

An intrauterine device (IUD) is a small T-shaped device inserted into the uterus. It can be copper (which prevents sperm from fertilizing the egg) or hormonal (which releases hormones to prevent ovulation).

What are the possible side effects of hormonal contraceptives?

Side effects may include nausea, headache, weight gain, irregular vaginal bleeding, and mood swing. These effects vary from person to another one.

How does the contraceptive pill work?

The birth control pill contains hormones that prevent ovulation.

It also thickens the cervical mucus to prevent sperm from reaching the egg.

How to protect yourself against sexually transmitted infections (STIs)?

Only condoms (male and female) protect against STIs.

What types of contraception are available?

There are several types of contraception, including birth control pills, intrauterine devices (IUDs), implants, injections, condoms, vaginal rings, and patches.

2 Options

In clinic

Quick service and appointment sometimes the same day.

At Home

Quick appointments in the confort of your home.

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“Your Health is Our Priority”

Book a contraception consultation today and find out how we can help you achieve your reproductive health goals.

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