Well in Islam most forms of contraception and birth control are forbidden. Any sort of permanent birth control that is not for medical reasons is forbidden. So any medical procedure that leads to complete sterilization and is not medically required, is not allowed. This goes against the teachings of our Prophet Muhammad and if not done for medical reasons, is usually done for vain, selfish or impractical purpose.
In regards to temporarily contraceptives such as “The Pill”, in Islam, these methods are usually prohibited unless both of the following conditions are met:
There is a medical reason for doing so.
The husband agrees.
If there is any medical center out there that is funded by religious Islamic organizations then I have yet to hear them complain. Granted the MSM on wants to demonize certain people. That much is true.