Empowering choice through contraception advice 

Contraceptive counselling benefits both public and individual patient health. So, should pharmacists offer more in the way of contraceptive advice and care? Leanne Philpott reports Many young women may have limited knowledge of contraceptive options and would, therefore, benefit from more comprehensive contraceptive counselling.   The oral pill and condoms are the most commonly used methods

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