What should I do before coming?
There are two types of intrauterine contraception (IUC) which we can fit, a hormonal and non-hormonal option.
Your healthcare professional will discuss these options with you, but it can be helpful if you know which option you would prefer.
This video is useful to view before coming
What will happen at my appointment?
After checking in at reception, you will be called into the clinic by a doctor or nurse. They will talk to you about the options and check this is a suitable method of contraception for you. They will ask you about any illnesses or operations you or your family may have had. They will also discuss sexual health and cervical screening with you.
If suitable they will be able to fit your chosen method of IUC for you during the appointment. The appointment generally lasts for 30 minutes.
When can it be fitted?
To ensure we are able to safely fit your intrauterine contraception it is important that:
How do I make an appointment?
To make an appointment phone us on 0141 211 8130. The line is open Mondays to Fridays from 8.30am - 4.15pm, except public holidays. Our phone lines are busiest in the morning. If you can’t get through when you first call, then please try again later.