FPA reassures women that overall risk remains low and all benefits and risks should be discussed with a doctor or nurse.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) has today released data that shows 51% of women who had an abortion at their clinics in 2016 reported using a method of contraception when they presented for treatment.
Findings of study on ‘The effect of spending cuts on teen pregnancy’ should be treated with caution.
FPA welcomes the results of a 44-year study on the long-term effects of the combined hormonal contraceptive pill.
FPA, the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health and FertilityUK want to see more research to establish the effectiveness of apps as tools for preventing pregnancy.
A survey by FPA has found worrying gaps in the choice of contraceptive methods offered by GPs in England.
FPA has responded to a study suggesting use of hormonal contraception can lead to an increased risk of depression.
FPA is celebrating World Contraception Day by raising awareness of different methods available in the UK and busting myths and misconceptions.
Sexual health charity FPA has been awarded a three-year Public Health England contract to deliver a sexual and reproductive health programme.
FPA has issued advice to women who use the combined hormonal contraceptive pill, following a study in the BMJ about the risk of blood clots.