Contraception : A User's Handbook
A comprehensive contraception handbook which provides advice on which contraceptive might suit the reader best. All methods of contraception are covered including the pill, condoms, intrauterine devices and sterilization.
- Paperback | 271 pages
- 128 x 192 x 16mm | 281.23g
- 01 Mar 1994
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford Paperbacks
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- line figures, tables, bibliography
Table of contents
Contraception - how it works; How the pill was developed; The combined pill; Weighing up the pros and cons; Which pill will suit me best?; What to do about side-effects; Practical aspects of taking the combined pill; The progestogen-only pill; Injectable progestogens; Intrauterine devices; Barrier methods; Caps and condoms; Natural family planning; Emergency contraception; Not only for the morning after; Contraception at special times; What about men?; Sterilization and vasectomy; The future.