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Contraceptive choices chart

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Series : Contraception choices

Published : March 2017
Page Length : 1
Format : Factsheet A4
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Family Planning Association

Contraception helps someone to prevent pregnancy. There are 15 available contraceptive methods in the UK. Contraception needs to be used until the menopause. That is, until a woman has not had a period for two years if aged under 50, and for one year if over 50. This advice may be different for women using hormonal contraception. This chart provides at-a-glance information on each different type of contraception method.


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