Lovemaking or Babymaking? Essure can help you fall in love with spontaneous sex again

  

Today is Valentine’s Day, a time to celebrate your sweetheart. No doubt you and your partner share common goals, dreams, hobbies and interests. If you have decided that your future together no longer includes pregnancy and babies, talk to your ob/gyn about Essure permanent birth control.

How Does Essure Protect Against Pregnancy?
Unlike a monthly oral contraceptive, Essure provides birth control without the use of hormones. The tiny inserts (made of the same flexible, soft material as employed in heart stents) block a woman’s fallopian tubes. This makes it nearly impossible (99.8% of the time) for sperm to reach the egg and a woman to become pregnant.

This permanent birth control technique appeals to the half million women who are done having babies, and prefer a hormone-free, non-surgical alternative to traditional birth control.

Permanent birth control may not rank among the most romantic topics to cover on Valentine’s Day, but the assurance of Essure brings peace of mind for many couples.
If you want to explain the process over dinner tonight, begin with the fact that the ob/gyn doctors at Health Central-Dallas perform the in-office procedure in about 10 minutes.

Other facts your Valentine will want to know about Essure:

1) The Essure system involves mild sedation and a transvaginal approach with no cutting or scarring.
2) You’ll return to regular activities the next day.
3) You’ll need a back-up system of birth control for three months until your Health Central doctor can confirm that your fallopian tubes are completely blocked, using a simple x-ray procedure.

Think of Essure as the non-surgical alternative to having your tubes tied. Forget chocolates and flowers. This Valentine’s Day, give yourself freedom from the worries of a potential pregnancy.

Health Central Women’s Care ob/gyn doctors care for women at all stages of life, helping them make informed choices about their gynecological care.

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