An IUC or implant may be just right for you.
These long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) are highly effective. Visit your nearest health center to learn more.
LARC methods include:
LARCs are the most effective forms of reversible birth control. They're safe and effective for most women and teens, and can be removed at any time at a health center if you're ready to get pregnant.
Note: LARCs do not protect against sexually transmitted infections. In order to protect yourself against sexually transmitted infections, also use a condom during intercourse.
Nexplanon is a thin, matchstick-sized plastic rod that's implanted under the skin of your upper arm.
Mirena is a plastic IUC that releases a small amount of the synthetic hormone progestin to prevent sperm from reaching the cervix.
ParaGard is an IUC made of copper