Contraception: Your Questions AnsweredBy
- John Guillebaud, MA, FRCSEd, FRCOG(Hon), FFSRH(Hon), FCOG(SA), Emeritus Professor of Family Planning and Reproductive Health, University College London, UK; Trustee of the Margaret Pyke Memorial Trust, Formerly Medical Director of the Margaret Pyke Family Planning Centre, London, UK; Surgeon, Elliot-Smith Vasectomy Clinic, Oxford, UK
- Anne MacGregor
Contraception: Your Questions Answered is the established primary source of information about reversible methods of contraception. Presented in an informal - and yet highly informative - question-and-answer style, it represents a dialogue between general practitioner (asking the questions) and reproductive health specialist (providing the answers). The main aim of the book is to give practical guidance to busy clinicians when they are faced with patients who want help with choosing the best means of controlling fertility. Most chapters conclude with questions frequently asked by patients - the answers to which can be very difficult for the unprepared and busy clinician to improvise 'on the spot' in the surgery.
Written by contraception expert Professor John Guillebaud, this book is an invaluable resource for GPs, family planning doctors and nurses, trainee and consultant gynaecologists, medical students and the interested general reader.
Family planning doctors and nurses
Medical students with a special interest in this field
Paperback, 608 Pages
Published: October 2012
Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
- Introduction: the population explosion, sexual and contraceptive history-taking and counselling - the importance of fertility control. Aspects of human fertility and fertility awareness: natural birth control. Male methods of contraception. Vaginal methods of contraception. The combined oral contraceptive - selection and eligibility. The combined oral contraceptive - follow-up arrangements and new routes of administration. The progestogen-only pill. Injectables and implants. Intrauterine devices and systems. Emergency (postcoital) contraception. Contraception for the young, the not quite so young - and in future. Further reading. Websites. Appendices.