There are many methods of contraception to choose from and it is worth taking the time to find out more about each one, so that you can choose contraception that suits you.
There are 13 methods of contraception for women and two for men (the male condom and male sterilisation). You can discuss contraception with our trained nurses at your local iCaSH clinic.
Alternatively you can use the national tools below:
For more about condoms visit - http://www.tht.org.uk/sexual-health/Improving-your-sexual-health/Condoms
A sexually transmitted infection (STI) can be passed from one person to another through sexual contact, including vaginal, anal and oral sex. You can get or pass on an STI to or from whoever you're having sex with. STIs can pass between men and women and from women to women and men to men.
Find out more about STIs and other genital infections.
Women’s voices: tell us about your reproductive health experiences
Public Health England (PHE) is inviting all women in England to complete a short, anonymous survey about reproductive health. This is your chance to tell us what works well and what could be better.
Click here to access the survey.