Contraception with the latest technologies
We can offer the latest advances with modern methods of contraception that are temporary and reversible and that provide high percentages of safety.
The slow-release female hormone “Levonorgestrel” is inserted into the uterus through the insertion of an intrauterine device such as a chip called Mirena with very good tolerance and safety, lasting up to 5 years and decreasing the excessive uterine bleeding giving a contraceptive security of almost 100%.
The Jaydess® hormonal IUD is an effective method to prevent unwanted pregnancies. It combines the advantages of an estrogen-free pill (a lighter, pain-free menstrual period, without side effects related to estrogen), with those of conventional copper IUDs (safe and effective intrauterine protection for several years), which It becomes a practical and reliable method for long-term prevention, especially in young women and even those who have not yet had babies.
Gold T (T de Oro)
In 1999, Eurogine, in collaboration with the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, the Center for Industrial Technological Development (CDTI) and the ATYCA initiative of the Ministry of Industry and Energy, developed the first intrauterine device with copper filament and gold core with a insertion system with greater degree of trauma and avoiding uterine perforation, parallel to this and in the same development, a study of the intrauterine corrosion of the copper filament and the copper filament with silver nucleus of the second-order IUDs was carried out generation. As a result of this R + D + i agreement established between Eurogine and the Department of Materials of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, the new generation Gold T® DIU was developed, with the aim of exceeding in reliability the existing ones in the moment and whose insertion was the least traumatic for the woman.
With GOLD T® it was possible to take advantage of and maintain the advances achieved up to that time in terms of the contraceptive load of copper (375mm2) and the geometrical shape of the armor-base of the IUD in the form of a peculiar “T” or “Y”.
They are known as Nuvaring are monthly intravaginal rings that are placed by the user inside her vagina, getting discretion, contraceptive security, independence and avoiding the daily taking of the traditional pill.
Now there are these patches that are an interesting alternative and that many women can choose it as a contraceptive method through the weekly placement and for three weeks in a row of this system of transdermal patches that allow an absorption of the hormones through the skin, avoiding the daily taking of tablets and the consequent hepatic transport of the hormones.
Nexplanon is one of the most effective contraceptive methods. Its effectiveness is greater than 99% for preventing pregnancies.
It contains a hormone called progestin, which stops the release of ovaries from the ovaries. It also thickens the mucus around the cervix (the entrance to the uterus), thus stopping the sperm from fertilizing the ovum.
The condom, one of the most popular contraceptive methods, is a simple and inexpensive way to prevent unplanned pregnancies and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs).
The condom or condom acts by capturing the sperm as they are released and preventing them from entering the vagina. The tip has a reservoir that collects the man’s semen and prevents it from penetrating the inside of the cervix to the vagina during ejaculation. Together with female condoms, they are the only contraceptive method that protects you against STDs and against pregnancy. The most important thing is that you use a condom every time you have sex.
Condoms come in all shapes and sizes and, for those who are sensitive, in all materials, so that, even if you have allergies or sensitive skin, there is a condom suitable for you.
The copper T is a small flexible device made of soft plastic and copper. A health professional can place it easily and quickly in the uterus to prevent pregnancy. You have to refrain from having sex in the days of ovulation to improve its effectiveness.
Covered with copper, which by its paralyzing action on sperm prevents them from encountering the ovule. It protects you from pregnancy for several.
Contraceptive injections containing combination hormones can be used by all healthy women who want to avoid or space their pregnancies, and who have previously received counseling, should be placed every 4 weeks.
Hormone injections that contain only progestin, should be applied quarterly, in all healthy women over 18 years and women who are breastfeeding.
This is one of the most widespread contraceptive methods worldwide with a high efficacy index for users who have chosen this method and who are disciplined in their daily intake. They usually take three weeks in a row and rest for a week.
There are several combinations of estrogens and progestins; Thus, there are also so-called mini-pills that only contain one of the female hormones based on progesterone and which are recommended in women who are breast-feeding or who can not ingest estrogen.