Planned Parenthood Mar Monte

Not One-Size-Fits-All

Some women use birth control to prevent pregnancy; others use it to manage health conditions.

We offer 15 methods:

  1. Implant (in your upper arm)
  2. IUD (intra-uterine device)
  3. Vaginal ring
  4. Depo Provera® shot
  5. Pills
  6. Patches
  7. Diaphragms
  8. Sponges
  9. Cervical Caps
  10. Vaginal Rings
  11. Male Condoms
  12. Female Condoms
  13. Female Sterilization
  14. Vasectomy
  15. Natural Family Planning


Most of our patients pay little or nothing for birth control.

We accept Medi-Cal, Family Pact and private insurance. Services may also be available on a sliding-fee scale.

We'll help you find financial assistance and estimate your cost.

Call us for a cost estimate:


Effectiveness Details

To learn more about the effectiveness of each birth control method we offer, click here.

Note: Not all methods will be suitable for every patient.

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Reproductive Health Experts

Planned Parenthood's medical staff are nationally recognized specialists in reproductive health for men and women,

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Our doctors have the same medical training as your family doctor, plus extra education in women’s health care.

You can count on us to take care of your all your reproductive health needs, including birth control.

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