Birth Control Methods
This 24-page booklet features information about
FDA approved birth control methods. It provides
your clients with a basic overview of each method
and is intended to help clients narrow down their
choices. It discusses the benefits and risks of each
method and compares effectiveness rates.
Each of these two-sided information sheets provides your clients with answers to
commonly-asked questions about a specific birth control method. Each sheet explains
how the birth control method works, how it is used, the pros and cons of using the
method, and what problems may be encountered.
|Birth Control Implant||OF2598||OF2599||Language translation|
|Birth Control Shot||OF2602||OF2603||Language translation|
|Birth Control Ring||OF4062||OF4063||Language translation|
|Birth Control Patch||OF4056||OF4057||Language translation|
|Birth Control Pill||OF2577||OF2578||Language translation|
|Condoms and Spermicides||OF2573||OF2574||Language translation|
|Female Condom||OF2571||OF2572||Language translation|
|Emergency Contraceptive Pills||OF3021||OF3022||Language translation|
This helpful and comprehensive two-sided consent form can help you document that you have provided general information about the full range of available birth control methods. For invasive procedures such as the insertion of a contraceptive implant or of an IUC, the OFP encourages you to use the manufacturer-provided consent form contained in the insertion kit before placing the device, and to use your office's standard invasive procedure consent form for removing implants.
IUC, Pill, and Shot Wallet Card
These wallet cards are for clients who have chosen to use one of these methods. Each wallet card includes helpful tips to use with the method, including warning signs. The Shot and IUC wallet cards have a section to help clients remember when to return to get their next shot or IUC replaced. The Pill wallet card provides step-by-step instruction on what to do if pills are forgotten.
IUC Wallet Card
|Pill Wallet Card
|Shot Wallet Card