Is it safe to use LARCs while breastfeeding?

All progestogen-only forms of contraception are safe to use in the first 6 weeks of breastfeeding. This includes the Mini Pill, Hormonal IUD, Implant or Injections. However, you may need to wait a few weeks before being able to commence these methods after childbirth. Our postnatal contraception information can give you more information on your options and when you can start using them.

2018-09-25T18:21:54+00:0021 September, 2018|Categories: Implant, Injection, IUD, Long-acting, Postnatal|