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A diagram showing when to start and change the contraceptive patch and when to have a patch-free week.

A flowchart to help you know what to do if you've missed a combined pill. 

A gorgeous guide to all the methods of contraception, at a glance.

A patient information booklet about the progestogen-only pill (POP).

This booklet gives you information about pubic lice and scabies, what you can do if you are worried that you might…

Urethritis is inflammation (pain, redness and/or swelling) of the urethra (tube where urine comes out). 

HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. 

This booklet is mostly about sexual transmission. It gives you…

This booklet gives you information about thrush and bacterial vaginosis, what you can do if you are worried that you…

Information about contraceptive choices after you've had your baby. 

This booklet will tell you all about the reproductive system in men and women. It’s particularly useful if you want…

This booklet gives you information about oral sex, the risk of getting and passing on sexually transmitted…

This booklet is about abortion. It will give you information about getting an abortion and what is involved. It will…

Are you pregnant but not sure you want to have the baby? Do you need more information about the options available to…

This leaflet shows the available contraceptive methods, explains how they work, how effective they are and the main…

A fold-out leaflet, giving a user-friendly overview of the four methods of contraception that don't rely on you…

If you’ve had unprotected sex, that is, sex without using contraception, or think your contraception might have…

Gonorrhoea is a bacterial sexually transmitted infection (STI). It can be painful and, if it’s not treated early, it…

Trichomonas vaginalis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI). It is sometimes referred to as trichomonas or…

A patient information booklet about genital warts.

It has comprehensive information about genital warts,…

A patient information booklet about genital herpes.

It has comprehensive information about genital herpes,…

A patient information booklet with comprehensive information about chlamydia, including causes, transmission,…

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI). It is not as common as some sexually transmitted infections but…

Male and female condoms are barrier methods of contraception. They stop sperm meeting an egg. 

Sterilisation works by stopping the egg and the sperm meeting. In female sterilisation (tubal occlusion) this is…

A patient information booklet about the contraceptive implant. 

A patient information booklet about the intrauterine system (IUS).

Includes information on how it works, how…

Diaphragms and caps are barrier methods of contraception. They fit inside your vagina and cover your cervix (…

Fertility indicator chart

© Copyright J Knight and C Pyper. Adapted from Fertility UK 2005.

This booklet gives information on how natural family planning can help you to avoid pregnancy. Fertility awareness…

The contraceptive vaginal ring is a flexible, transparent plastic ring. It’s placed in the vagina where it releases…

Contraceptive injections contain a progestogen hormone which is similar to the natural progesterone produced by the…

The contraceptive patch is a small, thin, beige coloured patch, nearly 5cm x 5cm in size. You stick it on your skin…

A patient information booklet about the intrauterine device (IUD or copper coil) including how it works, how to use…

The combined pill is usually just called the pill. It contains two hormones – estrogen and progestogen. These are…