If you’re concerned that your ring may fall out or has fallen out for more than three hours,
you should consult your doctor or nurse and read your Patient Information Leaflet. In the
meantime, consider using another form of contraception such as a condom.
Your diaphragm must cover your cervix fully to work. If you feel your diaphragm doesn’t fit
properly, consult your doctor or nurse. They will be able to advise about the correct fit. In the
meantime, consider using an alternative method of contraception such as a condom.
It’s not uncommon to be fearful about having a needle. But as the injection must be readministered
monthly or quarterly, this contraceptive is best for individuals who are
comfortable with committing to the procedure.
It’s totally normal to feel worried about placement pain. Rest assured your doctor or nurse
will be able to talk you through the procedure – that way, you can feel more in control by
knowing what will happen.