Contraception Today is the definitive introductory guide to contraceptive advice. The eighth edition of this bestselling pocketbook summarizes all available methods of contraception and the various factors to be considered in using them. This is a practical guide to the products available, including those newly launched for the market. The easy-to-read format includes bulleted text and color summary boxes that present information at a glance. It is the ideal reference for general practitioners and practice nurses who are particularly well placed to offer contraceptive advice due to their knowledge of the patient's health and circumstances.
Professor John Guillebaud, MA, FRCSEd, FRCOG, FFSRH(Hon), FCOG(SA) is emeritus professor of Family Planning and Reproductive Health at University College London; formerly Medical Director, Margaret Pyke Centre, London and research director at the Elliot-Smith Vasectomy Clinic, Churchill Hospital, Oxford, UK
Introduction Combined Hormonal Contraception Progestogen-Only Pill Injectables Contraceptive Implants Intrauterine Contraception Emergency Contraception Other Reversible Methods Special Considerations