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Postpartum contraception

Women may be unaware of the detail around contraception in the postnatal period. Suneeta Kochhar explains the options and best advice to give them.

Contraceptive options for women with medical conditions

Women with a need for contraception should be given information about and offered a choice of all methods, according to NICE. Contraceptive counselling should be individualised to the woman and her needs. This involves understanding a woman's

Contraception choices for women

Women have a wide choice of contraceptive choices, all of which are free in the UK, so different options should be explained to patients, writes Maggie Cooper

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