Contraception after pregnancy: Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

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This summary of the FSRH guidance on contraception after pregnancy focuses specifically on contraception after pregnancy and childbirth. It covers information giving and counselling; discussing a women’s contraceptive needs; record keeping and valid consent; and provision of contraception, continuing care, and support.

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