There are 15 methods of contraception (preventing pregnancy) available in the UK.
Some methods rely on you remembering to take or use them, such as the contraceptive pill or condoms. Others have no user failure and are more permanent such as the contraceptive injection or IUD.
Condoms are the only method to protect against both pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
The University of Nottingham Health Service offer the full range of contraceptive services. Make an appointment with a nurse to discuss your options.
My contraception tool is an online questionnaire by the FPA to help you choose the right method.
Or visit www.knowyourcontraceptives.co.uk to get more information on contraception or even download a FREE pill reminder app for your mobile phone!
Your Guide To Contraception
Contraception After Having-baby Your Guide
Contraceptive Implant Your Guide
Contraceptive Injections Your Guide
Contraceptive Patch Your Guide
Contraceptive Vaginal Ring Your Guide
Diaphragms and Caps Your Guide
Emergency Contraception Your Guide
Intrauterine Device IUD Your Guide
IUS Your Guide
Long-acting Reversible Contraception Your Guide
Male and Female Condoms Your Guide
Male and Female Sterilisation Your Guide
Natural Family Planning Your Guide
Progestogen Only Pill Your Guide
The Combined Pill Your Guide
The C Card scheme provides FREE condoms to under 25s in Nottingham.
For more information visit the sexual health home page
Cripps Health Centre, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2QW
telephone: +44 (0) 115 846 8888 Int: 68888 fax: +44 (0) 115 948 0347
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