Method Specific

Intrauterine Contraception

CEU Guidance: Intrauterine Contraception - April 2015

01 April 2015

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 document is up-to-date

Progestogen-only Implants

FSRH Clinical Guidance: Progestogen-only Implants (February 2014)

01 February 2014

This guidance provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points for health professionals on the use of progestogen-only implants currently available in the UK. It is intended for any health care professional or health service providing contraception or conception advice in the UK.

Please read this guidance document in conjunction with any relevant clinical statements for this topic.
These can be found by visiting the Clinical Statements section.

Progestogen-only Injectables

FSRH Clinical Guidance: Progestogen-only Injectable contraception (December 2014)

01 December 2014

This guidance provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points for health professionals on the use of progestogen-only injectables or Depo provera currently available in the UK. It is intended for any health care professional or health service providing contraception or conception advice in the UK.

Please read this guidance document in conjunction with any relevant clinical statements for this topic.
These can be found by visiting the Clinical Statements section.

Progestogen-only Pills

FSRH Clinical Guidance: Progestogen-only Pills - March 2015

15 March 2016

This guidance provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points for health professionals on the use of progestogen-only pills or POP 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 document is up-to-date

Combined Hormonal Contraception

FSRH Clinical Guidance: Combined Hormonal Contraception (August 2012)

01 August 2012

This guidance provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points for health professionals on the use of combined hormonal contraceptives (i.e. the combined oral contraceptive pill, transdermal patch and combined vaginal ring) currently available in the UK. It is intended for any health care professional or health service providing contraception or conception advice in the UK.

Please read this guidance document in conjunction with any relevant clinical statements for this topic.
These can be found by visiting the Clinical Statements section.

Barrier Methods

FSRH Clinical Guidance: Barrier Methods Contraception and STI Prevention (August 2012)

01 August 2012

This guidance provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points for health professionals on the use of barrier methods for contraception and STI prevention. It is intended for any health care professional or health service providing contraception or conception advice in the UK.

Please read this guidance document in conjunction with any relevant clinical statements for this topic.
These can be found by visiting the Clinical Statements section.

Male and Female Sterilisation

FSRH Clinical Guidance: Male and Female Sterilisation (September 2014)

01 September 2014

This guidance provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points for health professionals on elective male sterilisation (vasectomy) and female sterilisation (tubal occlusion) in the UK. It is intended for any health care professional or service that undertakes or refers individuals for either procedure. This guidance has been jointly developed with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).

This document is up-to-date

Fertility Awareness Methods

FSRH Clinical Guidance: Fertility Awareness Methods (June 2015)

01 June 2015

This is a new guidance document that provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice points on the use of fertility awareness methods (FAM) for the purpose of preventing and/or spacing pregnancies. It is intended for any health care professional or health service providing contraception or conception advice in the UK.

This document is up-to-date