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FSRH Clinical Guideline: Contraception for Women Aged over 40 Years (August 2017, amended September 2019)
This update of the 2010 Contraception for Women Aged Over 40 Years guideline has been developed by the FSRH and brings together evidence and expert opinion on contraception for women aged over 40 years. The guideline was developed with a team of experts in the relevant fields and has been extensively peer reviewed in accordance with methodology used for developing FSRH Clinical Guidelines. The guidance is intended for use by health professionals working in SRH, general practice and obstetric and gynaecology settings. This guideline was amended in September 2019.
This guidance provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points for health professionals on the use of intrauterine contraception (IUC) currently available in the UK. It is intended for any health care professional or health service providing contraception or conception advice in the UK. This guideline was updated in September 2019.
Change of UKMEC category for use of progestogen-only injectable contraception and intrauterine contraception by women at high risk of HIV infection from UKMEC2 to UKMEC1 (September 2019).
The FSRH Clinical Effectiveness Committee (CEC) is recruiting for a new Trainee member. You can download the job description below.
FSRH CEU Guidance: Switching or Starting Methods of Contraception (November 2017, amended August 2019)
Please log into the website to access this document. This quick guide advises on effective starting or switching between contraceptive methods to reduce the risk of unplanned pregnancy. It summarises information from existing FSRH guidance documents. This guide should be used in conjunction with clinical judgment in individual situations. Updated in November 2017.
FSRH Guideline-related Resources: Quick Reference Summary of Clinical Guidance on Overweight, Obesity and Contraception (July 2019)
This summary has been written as a quick reference guide to help busy clinicians give clear, safe advice on contraception for women who are overweight or with obesity. Please refer to the full Overweight, Obesity and Contraception guideline for further information and evidence for this advice. Members should log into the website and view this guidance under 'My Resouces' on the website.
This guidance provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points for health professionals providing contraceptive services to young people in the UK. This guidance is most relevant to young people under 18 years of age but may also apply to young people up to the age of 25 years.