Permanent Birth Control
For some women, permanent birth control is the best option to guarantee that they will not have any more children. However as the name explains, permanent birth control is, well, permanent. In very few cases are these procedures reversible. Before you make the decision to go with a permanent option, you will want to ask your doctor all of the right questions. Be sure you know everything you need to about the procedure before you make a decision. » Read more about: Questions to Ask Your Doctor if You are Considering Permanent Birth Control »
The Essure procedure takes less than 10 minutes. Over the next three months, your body works with the Essure inserts to form a natural barrier within each of your fallopian tubes. These barriers prevent sperm from reaching the eggs so that pregnancy cannot occur. During this three-month timeframe, you must continue to use another form of birth control.
Surgery-free—A simple procedure performed in your doctor’s office in less than 10 minutes
Hormone-free—A more natural birth control method
Anesthesia-free—There’s no slowing down to recover, » Read more about: 99.95% effective – Essure is the most effective permanent birth control »