There are different ways of family planning utilizing conteceptives. Doctor Govender can advise you on the different methods available, depending on which way suits you best. With his experience, he is able:


*to prescribe the correct pill

*use injectables

*insert IUCDs


What is an IUCD?

The intrauterine conticeptive device (IUCD) is a form of birth control. It is an object, placed in the uterus, to prevent pregnancy.


An IUCD works by negatively affecting the mobility of sperm and preventing them from joining with an egg. Additionally, the foreign body inside the uterus irritates the lining and wall making it hard for an embryo to implant.


Dr Govender has conducted many sucessful proceedors over the years and his patients seem to be pleased with the IUCD. It seems to be one of the safest and easiest methods for family planning.