Both male and female private GPs available for multiple contraceptive services.
- No waiting times
- Fast results
- Clinics in Manchester and Newton-le-Willows
- Price from £95
We have introduced online booking to make things easier for you.
What is contraception?
Pall Mall Medical offers a wide range of contraception services including advice on the most suitable medication choice and the insertion and removal of contraceptive implants and coils. If you would like family planning advice, we have both male and female private GPs available along with expert Consultant Gynaecologists, who can advise on the best form of contraception to suit you and your options to have this done privately at our clinic.
|Female Contraception Service||Price|
|IUCD Coil (T-Safe Copper Coil) insertion with Gynaecologist||£375|
|IUCD Coil (Hormonal) insertion with Gynaecologist||£420|
|Contraceptive Implant Insertion with Gynaecologist||£450|
|Contraceptive Implant Removal with Gynaecologist||£450|
|Contraceptive Implant Insertion & Removal with Gynaecologist||£565|
includes appointment & procedure fees
Enquire About Our Services
A member of our team will be in touch with you to discuss your requirements.
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Private contraception services medical insurance
At Pall Mall we work with all of the major, private medical insurance companies. You may be able to cover the cost of a private GP using your medical insurance policy. However, to make sure always contact your insurance company before booking an appointment. They’ll check to see whether your policy covers this service at Pall Mall and they can pre-authorise your consultation. When you contact us, you’ll need to provide your insurance details and pre-authorisation code.
It’s easy to get an appointment online or over the phone.
Telephone & Video Appointments. Now Available.
A telephone or video appointment with one of our private GP’s, is the same as if you were seeing your doctor, in the normal way, face to face.
You’ll talk about your symptoms and concerns and your GP will recommend the next best steps. Whether that’s treatment, a scan, testing or a referral to one of our specialist consultants. If you book a telephone appointment the doctor will call you on the phone number you’ve provided.
If you choose a video consultation, you’ll receive an email with a link. When it’s time for your appointment, click on the link and follow the simple instructions to join your GP.
We put you at the heart of everything we do
We put the patient at the heart of everything we do.
Pall Mall is cosmetic surgery care owned and led by doctors –which means care without compromise. We’re driven by how best we can deliver what will make you feel great about yourself – from your first call right through to total, attentive aftercare.
- Care Quality Commission Regulated.
- State-of-the-art facilities.
- No waiting lists.
- Rated 4.95 by our patients.
- No referrals required.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Our expert team are always hand to help, advise and arrange appointments with our specialist consultants.
Is it normal to bleed after a coil removal?
Are there any aftercare procedures I should follow?
After fitting, your body will try to expel the coil, so you must have a follow-up check at 6-8 weeks after insertion to make sure that it is in right place. Then you should check the coil thread at the top of the vagina digitally after every 2-3 periods. The details will be fully explained at the time of fitting a coil.
You may wish to use a condom as well to prevent sexually shared infection. The coil will prevent pregnancy only.
Will my periods return to normal afterwards?
It is very normal for your periods to change after you have the coil removed. Usually the cycle goes back to how your original cycles were before coil was fitted.
What are the after effects once I get my coil removed?
Unless there is an infection, any effects of the coil will be reversed after removal.
Can I get pregnant after my coil is removed?
Yes, your natural fertility should return to normal. Coil is completely reversible and does not affect your future fertility at all.
Can a coil removal cause a miscarriage?
The coil is one of the best forms of contraception, but no method is 100% effective. Occasionally, women do get pregnant with a coil inside, but the coil itself does not cause miscarriage. If someone does get a positive pregnancy test with a coil inside, they must see a doctor as soon as possible to rule out the possibility of having a pregnancy inside the tubes (ectopic pregnancy).
I’ve been through the menopause, can I still get fitted?
You can’t get a coil fitted if you’re pregnant, so having one fitted after the menopause is fine. But your doctor need to discuss with you about all the options and to check why you wish to have a coil.
Do I need an anaesthetic for a coil fit?
I’m still bleeding after my coil fit, what could this be?
Some bleeding can be a completely normal side effect while your body accepts this foreign material inside you. A doctor can easily manage heavy bleeding with medicine without taking the coil out. After a few weeks, the periods usually return to your normal pattern.
What are the side effects of having an IUD fitted?
The immediate side effects of the fitting will be minor like some pain, discomfort and dizziness lasting for a few seconds to a couple of minutes. You may have some cramps for a couple of hours due to womb trying to expel the coil. There are small risks of injury to the womb (perforation) or inability to fit a coil, however, these are incredibly rare. Periods can also be slightly heavier with clots initially after having a copper-based coil.
Can I get fitted for a coil after my pregnancy has ended?
Does the fitting hurt?
Mostly women feel mild pain or some discomfort. If you experience painful periods, there is a chance that the fitting will be painful due to the narrow neck of the womb. However, the fitting of the coil is usually well tolerated by the body. That’s why the IUD is one of the safest and oldest modern contraception methods.
Can I get an infection from a coil fit?
It is very unlikely, there is a negligible risk of an infection from a coil fitting.
Will the coil fit stop my periods?
If you opt for a copper-based coil like TSafe which does not contain any hormones, then changes to periods are to be expected. Sometimes they will be lighter or heavier, but this should return to normal after the first year of having the coil. If you decide for a coil containing hormones like Mirena, your periods are more likely to be much lighter, or may even stop completely.