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Birth control is a safe and easy way to prevent pregnancy.

Some types of birth control can also help treat certain health problems or provide other health benefits — like making periods lighter and less painful. Almost everybody uses birth control at some point in their life.

Birth control isn’t one-size-fits-all. There are lots of different birth control methods that work in different ways. We even have convenient birth control by mail through our QCK Program (Quarterly Contraceptive Kits).

That’s where our expertise comes in.

What birth control method is right for me?

Explore your options!

Explore Birth Control Options

What birth control methods does Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin offer?

A clinician at your local Planned Parenthood health center can provide up-to-date, medically accurate information about all of your birth control options, and work with you so you can decide what works best for you. 

Learn more about PPWI's convenient birth control by mail, the QCK Program (Quarterly Contraceptive Kits).

  • Birth Control Pills

  • Birth Control Patches

  • Vaginal Rings

  • Long-Acting Reversal Contraception (LARCs, IUDs)

  • Birth Control Shot -- including a convenient pre-filled self-injection option.

  • Diaphragms

  • Emergency Contraception

  • Spermicides

  • Male and Female Condoms

  • Vasectomies

Birth Control Information

Birth control is how you prevent pregnancy. There are lots of different birth control options out there. We’re here to help you figure it all out.

You can learn about all the methods available here.

If you have discussed or chosen a birth control method with a Planned Parenthood provider, here are some additional resources and details about each available method:

Planned Parenthood - Learn about Birth Control


Office on Women’s Health 

Reproductive Health Access Project: Birth Control Across the Gender Spectrum 


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