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Contraception and Birth Control

Contraception options to suit you


MUMS clinic in the heart of Solihull offers a range of specialist contraception services.

The contraception service is provided by:

Dr Nimah Bholah and Nurse Sally Lawson offer contraceptive services on Fridays and Saturdays.

MUMS appointments are easy to access and do not need a GP referral. The clinic is designed to allow easy, discreet, and confidential service when you need it. There are no waiting times as in the NHS. With NHS services coming under such pressure, this service is much valued by the patients.

Nurse Sally and Dr Nimah Bholah are experts at insertion and removal of contraceptive coils.  Miss Pradhan and Miss Woodhead offer complex coil removal with ultrasound.

Dr Bholah, Nurse Sally, and Miss Woodhead fit and remove contraceptive implants.

Dr Sri provides the No Scalpel Vasectomy service.

Nurse Sally and Dr Bholah provide contraceptive injections.

MUMS, in the heart of Solihull –offers a personalised and bespoke contraceptive clinic to include:

Removal and Fitting of Coils

Hormonal contraception, pills, patches, and rings

Contraceptive Injection

Contraceptive Implant

No Scalpel Vasectomy

We are committed to improving women’s health and offer contraceptive advice and treatment or advice on pre-conception matters. Our contraceptive clinic is designed to offer ease of access, discreet and professional services where and when you need it. There are no waiting times and you do not need a referral from your NHS GP.

Miss Pradhan, Mrs Woodhead, Nurse Sally, and Dr Bholah provide expert care and advice.

You can call us on 0121 704 2669 or send us an enquiry or book online.

We have ample parking and great patient reviews.

We care about the health and well being about our patients and ensure a safe experience at MUMS.

Our clinicians providing contraceptive services are of the highest calibre and offer services within the NHS.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Contraception comes in many different forms. It can be used to prevent pregnancy but can also be used to help with menstrual symptoms and pain.
  • Women have many different needs when deciding which type of contraception is needed. This will be based on many factors, including: • Your personal preference • Your medical history and lifestyle, which will identify any risk factors • Your menstrual cycle
  • Choosing the right contraception is one of the most important decisions. An appointment with our Consultant at MUMS will help you decide. She will offer expert advice and guide you towards the most effective form of contraception. She will discuss the different types of available contraception and answer any questions and make sure you understand the risks and benefits. You can either attend alone or bring your partner with you. All appointments are completely confidential.
  • Contraception is available in many different forms. There are advantages and disadvantages for each. The main types of contraception include the following: • Condoms – can protect against sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) • Contraceptive Pill – taken daily • Contraceptive Implants – flexible rods inserted into your arm. Can be in place up to three years • Coil – Mirena Hormonal or Copper Coil (IUD). Can be in place for up to 5 years (Mirena) up to 10 years (copper) • Depot injection – effective up to 13 weeks
  • It is easy to arrange an appointment at MUMS. Simply call the clinic or fill an online form to request a consultation. A member of the team will then contact you to arrange a suitable appointment.