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* For a comprehensive list of contraceptive options in Sweden, click [http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE here].
 
* If you want '''condoms''', a local says: "You can find them everywhere - supermarket, pharmacy, 7eleven etc. You can also get free condoms and prescription for birth control, std/pregnancy tests and abortion services at ungdomsmottagningen, (youth sexual center), if you're under 25 years old." Here's a [http://www.umo.se/Hitta-din-mottagning/ map] of youth clinics that provide free STI tests, condoms and psychiatric care in Sweden.
 
* If you want '''condoms''', a local says: "You can find them everywhere - supermarket, pharmacy, 7eleven etc. You can also get free condoms and prescription for birth control, std/pregnancy tests and abortion services at ungdomsmottagningen, (youth sexual center), if you're under 25 years old." Here's a [http://www.umo.se/Hitta-din-mottagning/ map] of youth clinics that provide free STI tests, condoms and psychiatric care in Sweden.
 
* If you want '''birth control pills''', you'll need a prescription. You can find over 20 brands registered in Sweden. Many forms of pills, including combined pills, progestin-only and phasic pills, are available, and they're primarily produced by companies from the Netherlands, Germany UK and USA. Some pill brands you can expect to see are Cerazette, Cilest, Diane, Mercilon, Trinordiol, Yasmin and Yaz. For a complete list of available pills, click [http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE here].
 
* If you want '''birth control pills''', you'll need a prescription. You can find over 20 brands registered in Sweden. Many forms of pills, including combined pills, progestin-only and phasic pills, are available, and they're primarily produced by companies from the Netherlands, Germany UK and USA. Some pill brands you can expect to see are Cerazette, Cilest, Diane, Mercilon, Trinordiol, Yasmin and Yaz. For a complete list of available pills, click [http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE here].

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* If you want '''condoms''', a local says: "You can find them everywhere - supermarket, pharmacy, 7eleven etc. You can also get free condoms and prescription for birth control, std/pregnancy tests and abortion services at ungdomsmottagningen, (youth sexual center), if you're under 25 years old." Here's a [http://www.umo.se/Hitta-din-mottagning/ map] of youth clinics that provide free STI tests, condoms and psychiatric care in Sweden.
* If you want '''birth control pills''', you'll need a prescription. You can find over 20 brands registered in Sweden. Many forms of pills, including combined pills, progestin-only and phasic pills, are available, and they're primarily produced by companies from the Netherlands, Germany UK and USA. Some pill brands you can expect to see are Cerazette, Cilest, Diane, Mercilon, Trinordiol, Yasmin and Yaz. For a complete list of available pills, click [http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE here].
* The '''contraceptive/vaginal ring''' (Nuvaring) is available in Sweden.<ref>[http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE IPPF Sweden]</ref>
* If you want an '''IUD''', you can find Mirena or Levonava in Sweden.<ref>[http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE IPPF Sweden]</ref> You can get the procedure done at Mamma. Mia It's free if you're a Swedish citizen or have a valid EU card. Otherwise, you'll need to pay 400kr for the appointment.
* If you want the '''contraceptive implant,''' you can find Implanon and Norplant in Sweden.<ref>[http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE IPPF Sweden]</ref> You can get the procedure done at Mamma. It's free if you're a Swedish citizen or have a valid EU card. Otherwise, you'll need to pay 400kr for the appointment.
* If you want the '''contraceptive injectable/shot,''' you can find Depo-Provera SAS 150mg/ml in Sweden.<ref>[http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE IPPF Sweden]</ref> You can the shot at Mamma Mia. It's free if you're a Swedish citizen or have a valid EU card. Otherwise, you'll need to pay 400kr for the appointment.
Translation* For a comprehensive list of contraceptive options in Sweden, click [http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE here].
* If you want '''condoms''', a local says: "You can find them everywhere - supermarket, pharmacy, 7eleven etc. You can also get free condoms and prescription for birth control, std/pregnancy tests and abortion services at ungdomsmottagningen, (youth sexual center), if you're under 25 years old." Here's a [http://www.umo.se/Hitta-din-mottagning/ map] of youth clinics that provide free STI tests, condoms and psychiatric care in Sweden.
* If you want '''birth control pills''', you'll need a prescription. You can find over 20 brands registered in Sweden. Many forms of pills, including combined pills, progestin-only and phasic pills, are available, and they're primarily produced by companies from the Netherlands, Germany UK and USA. Some pill brands you can expect to see are Cerazette, Cilest, Diane, Mercilon, Trinordiol, Yasmin and Yaz. For a complete list of available pills, click [http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE here].
* The '''contraceptive/vaginal ring''' (Nuvaring) is available in Sweden.<ref>[http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE IPPF Sweden]</ref>
* If you want an '''IUD''', you can find Mirena or Levonava in Sweden.<ref>[http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE IPPF Sweden]</ref> You can get the procedure done at Mamma. Mia It's free if you're a Swedish citizen or have a valid EU card. Otherwise, you'll need to pay 400kr for the appointment.
* If you want the '''contraceptive implant,''' you can find Implanon and Norplant in Sweden.<ref>[http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE IPPF Sweden]</ref> You can get the procedure done at Mamma. It's free if you're a Swedish citizen or have a valid EU card. Otherwise, you'll need to pay 400kr for the appointment.
* If you want the '''contraceptive injectable/shot,''' you can find Depo-Provera SAS 150mg/ml in Sweden.<ref>[http://contraceptive.ippf.org/search?search.searchtext=&search.component=&search.countrycode=SE IPPF Sweden]</ref> You can the shot at Mamma Mia. It's free if you're a Swedish citizen or have a valid EU card. Otherwise, you'll need to pay 400kr for the appointment.
  • For a comprehensive list of contraceptive options in Sweden, click here.
  • If you want condoms, a local says: "You can find them everywhere - supermarket, pharmacy, 7eleven etc. You can also get free condoms and prescription for birth control, std/pregnancy tests and abortion services at ungdomsmottagningen, (youth sexual center), if you're under 25 years old." Here's a map of youth clinics that provide free STI tests, condoms and psychiatric care in Sweden.
  • If you want birth control pills, you'll need a prescription. You can find over 20 brands registered in Sweden. Many forms of pills, including combined pills, progestin-only and phasic pills, are available, and they're primarily produced by companies from the Netherlands, Germany UK and USA. Some pill brands you can expect to see are Cerazette, Cilest, Diane, Mercilon, Trinordiol, Yasmin and Yaz. For a complete list of available pills, click here.
  • The contraceptive/vaginal ring (Nuvaring) is available in Sweden.[1]
  • If you want an IUD, you can find Mirena or Levonava in Sweden.[2] You can get the procedure done at Mamma. Mia It's free if you're a Swedish citizen or have a valid EU card. Otherwise, you'll need to pay 400kr for the appointment.
  • If you want the contraceptive implant, you can find Implanon and Norplant in Sweden.[3] You can get the procedure done at Mamma. It's free if you're a Swedish citizen or have a valid EU card. Otherwise, you'll need to pay 400kr for the appointment.
  • If you want the contraceptive injectable/shot, you can find Depo-Provera SAS 150mg/ml in Sweden.[4] You can the shot at Mamma Mia. It's free if you're a Swedish citizen or have a valid EU card. Otherwise, you'll need to pay 400kr for the appointment.