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You can start by finding out about the methods of contraception you can choose from, including how they work, who can use them and possible side effects. Which method works best for you depends on a number of factors, including your age, whether you smoke, your medical and family history, and any medicines you're taking. Contraception is free on the NHS.
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There are more questions and answers if you click on the blue tabs at the top of the page under the section "Worries and questions" and "Questions about the pill". Skip to main content. Main navigation Getting started What services do contraception clinics offer? How does the female condom work?
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Welcome to the contraception guide "Where can I get contraception? Popular subjects and pages You can start by finding out about the methods of contraception you can choose from, including how they work, who can use them and possible side effects. Where you can get contraception and emergency contraception Contraception is free on the NHS.
Common questions about contraception Get answers to some common questions about getting and using contraception, including: Check here for alerts.
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