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State of the art contraception care for you and your body

Our Clinic

The IUD Women’s Clinic is a welcoming and discrete space for women. Conveniently located and carefully designed, we look forward to exploring your well-women’s health and contraception needs. As a center of excellence for the insertion and care of IUDs and subdermal contraceptive implants, you can trust us with your concerns, health and body.

Ready for an IUD or the Nexplanon Subdermal Implant?

Here is the patient referral form.

Have more questions?

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Dr Gerber

Dr Michelle Gerber’s expertise and passion lie in well-women’s health. She founded The IUD Women’s Clinic to provide a safe space for women to discuss sensitive issues related to modern contraception and to provide optimal insertion and care of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) including Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices (IUDs) and subdermal implants (Nexplanon). Dr Gerber combines medical knowledge with a holistic approach to empower her patients and support their choices, health and well-being. She received her MD at the University of Cape Town, South Africa in 1985 and is an IUD preceptor for the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC). Dr Gerber’s clinic is recognized as a center of excellence for intrauterine contraception insertion, removal and care (www.raice.ca). With more than thirty-five years in the field, multiple certifications and a deep commitment to remain on the cutting edge of medical practices, Dr Gerber provides quality, empathetic care.

SOGC Statement on Contraception

The SOGC supports the principle of reproductive choice free from coercion, that all women are entitled to have full information and access to the available range of contraceptive options, and the ability to select and utilize the one that is right for them, whether that is an IUD, an implant, a hormonal patch, injection, pill or ring, a barrier method, emergency contraception or a combination of the above.

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