Contraception

Browse contraception news and education articles, covering combined contraceptives; contraceptive devices; long-acting reversible contraceptives; emergency contraceptives; progestogen-only contraceptives and barrier methods of contraception.

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Contraception education

Choices in emergency contraception

Choices in emergency contraception

How to select the best emergency contraceptive method for patients.

LARC and sterilisation options
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LARC and sterilisation options

Dr Abdelmageed Abdelrahman discusses long-acting reversible contraception and sterilisation.

Common contraception queries

Common contraception queries

Different contraception methods will be safest and most suitable for individual patients....

Considering emergency contraception

Considering emergency contraception

There are three options currently available for use as emergency contraception, says...

Women's Health - Contraception in special situations

Women's Health - Contraception in special situations

Underlying conditions and concurrent medication influence advice, explains Dr Zara...

RCGP Curriculum - 11 Sexual health

RCGP Curriculum - 11 Sexual health

This section of our curriculum guide refers to statement 11, Sexual Health, produced...

Practice dilemma - Under-age sex
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Practice dilemma - Under-age sex

The Dilemma: A 13-year-old girl attended surgery with her mum requesting she be put...

Opportunistic chlamydia testing

Opportunistic chlamydia testing

Young patients need reassurance that tests are not painful or embarrassing, says...

Case Study - A difficult contraceptive dilemma to consider
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Case Study - A difficult contraceptive dilemma to consider

A uterine malformation and a pituitary disorder raise important contraceptive issues,...

Contraception news

Coil is most effective emergency contraception, says NICE

Coil is most effective emergency contraception, says NICE

Women requesting emergency contraception should be advised that a copper IUD is more...

RCGP chair-elect backs contraceptive advice tool for GPs

RCGP chair-elect backs contraceptive advice tool for GPs

A reference tool providing up-to-date guidance for GPs on when they can safely prescribe...

Contraceptive injection 'still a good option' despite increased HIV risk

Contraceptive injection 'still a good option' despite increased HIV risk

The contraceptive injection should still be offered to women despite new research...

Scrapped QOF indicator increased LARC uptake, study finds
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Scrapped QOF indicator increased LARC uptake, study finds

A QOF indicator for contraceptive counselling that was scrapped in the 2014/15 contract...

GPs urged to offer greater choice of contraception
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GPs urged to offer greater choice of contraception

GPs have been urged to improve patient access to and choice of contraception, particularly...

LARC use doubles in 15 years

LARC use doubles in 15 years

Women attending community sexual health clinics now use almost twice as many long-acting...

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