Faculty Of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare is the largest UK professional membership organisation working at the heart of sexual and reproductive health, supporting healthcare professionals to deliver high quality care.
This concise updated summary of the FRSH combined hormonal contraception guideline covers use, effectiveness, non-contraceptive benefits, and risks.
Inflammatory bowel disease usually presents during the reproductive years. This concise summary covers fertility, pregnancy, and contraceptive use.
This summary of the FSRH guidance on contraception after pregnancy focuses specifically on contraception after pregnancy and childbirth
This summary of FSRH EC guidance compares the effectiveness of EC methods and decision-making based on patients’ needs, including helpful algorithms.
A summary of the FSRH UKMEC guidance on the the safety of contraceptive methods, which is set out in clear and concise tables.
This concise summary of guidance on intrauterine contraception (IUC) includes efficacy, insertion, duration of use, risks, benefits, and complications.
A summary of guidance on the management of vaginal discharge in non-specialist settings. Includes an easy-to-follow management algorithm—useful for GPs.
A brief summary of guidance from the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare. It includes condoms, dams, diaphragms and caps - usage and efficacy.
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