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Ask brook about emergency contraception

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Series : Emergency contraception

Published : 2012
Page Length : 16
Format : Booklet A6
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Brook

Nobody wants to think about what happens if something goes wrong with contraception and there's a risk of an unplanned pregnancy. However, if a young person does have unprotected sex, a condom breaks, or they forget to take the pill, this booklet will reassure them and tell them all they need to know about emergency contraception. This booklet is also very useful for professionals working with young people to use as a tool in a clinical setting or for education and outreach work.


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