According to national institute for health and care excellence ( nice) guidelines, contraceptive methods and advice ukmec contraception summary of the book about when to start them should be discussed within the first postpartum week, and this is usually delivered by hospital or community midwives. [ ] further discussion and provision of contraception is an integral part of the six- week postpartum gp check. The united states medical eligibility criteria for ukmec contraception summary of the book contraceptive use, ( us mec) includes recommendations for using specific contraceptive methods by women and men who have certain characteristics or medical conditions. The recommendations in this report are intended to ukmec contraception summary of the book assist health care providers when they counsel women, men, and couples about contraceptive method choice. This treatment summary topic describes emergency contraception.
Starting hormonal contraception after emergency hormonal contraception. Emergency hormonal contraception methods do not provide ongoing contraception. After taking levonorgestrel, women should start suitable hormonal contraception immediately. They ukmec contraception summary of the book must use condoms reliably or abstain from intercourse until contraception becomes. Each chapter contains a table of significant uk medical eligibility criteria ( ukmec) relevant to the method of contraception and conditions discussed in that chapter. Chapter 12 contains full details of all ukmec summary tables. Language usage in this edition. This key guidance is informed by robust and up- to- date evidence on when contraceptives can and cannot be safely used. Access the ukmec publication online, ukmec contraception summary of the book ukmec contraception summary of the book as a pdf or as a printed and bound book available from amazon uk.
Faculty of sexual & reproductive healthcare clinical guidance management of unscheduled bleeding in women using hormonal contraception clinical effectiveness unit may issnx faculty of sexual & reproductive healthcare royal college of obstetricians and gynaecologists setting standards to improve women’ s health. Guidelines multiple- choice questions ( mcqs) are designed to help you test your knowledge and reflect on your learning after reading a summary. Below is a list of the most recent sets of mcqs. Contraception to suit your lifestyle o whether you ( or a partner) want to use a contraceptive method every day, every time you have sex or less often. Your answers should influence your decision about what contraception to use.
Is contraception ukmec contraception summary of the book free and where can i go to get it? You can get free contraception, including emergency contraception. Clinicians practising in contraception should use the uk medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use ukmec contraception summary of the book ( ukmec) to support safe and effective clinical decision- making. Health professionals rely on their intuition, knowledge and previous experience, but decisions should be supported by the use of evidence- based decision- making aids, such as the ukmec, which categorize the risk of using. Read contraception made easy, revised edition by laura percy, diana mansour for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, ipad, iphone and android. Ukmec summary table hormonal and intrauterine contraception condition cu- iud lng- ius imp dmpa pop chc i = initiation, c = continuation history of bariatric surgery a) with bmi < ukmec contraception summary of the book 30 kg/ mb) with bmi ≥ 30– 34 kg/ mc) with bmi ≥ 35 kg/ morgan transplant a) complicated: graft failure ( acute or. Contraception - combined hormonal methods last revised in january next ukmec contraception summary of the book planned review by december. Back to top contraception - combined hormonal methods: summary. There are three types of combined hormonal contraceptives.
This workshop arose from the belief ukmec contraception summary of the book that reviewing the experience with the development and introduction of the contraceptive implant, norplant, would be illuminating. As the first real contraceptive innovation in over two decades and as a long- acting method requiring clinical intervention for its. 5 post- abortion contraception 135 15. 6 aftercare 135 15. 7 legal situation in ireland 136 15. 8 myths and misconceptions 136 references 137 appendix – summary of the ukmec for contraceptive use 139 index 153 p28889- contraception made easy- all text- ccp. Who library cataloguing- in- publication ukmec contraception summary of the book data medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use - - 5th ed. Contraception – methods. Family planning services. Selected practice recommendations for contraceptive use ebook provides guidance for healthcare providers on common, yet sometimes complex, management issues ukmec contraception summary of the book around the initiation and use of specific contraceptive methods. To view this ebook on your ios ( ipad, iphone, or ipod touch), an.
The ukmec should be used as a guide but should not replace ukmec contraception summary of the book clinical judgement. For a summary of the ukmec see appendix. The contraception consultation. The primary aim of the contraception consultation is to enable women to choose the most suitable and acceptable method of birth control for their lifestyle. Please refer to the full guideline for the ukmec table for emergency contraception; please note that the contraceptive methods are now reordered ( from left to right) in the tables to broadly reflect long- acting/ more effective to shorter acting/ less effective methods. This is a key change from the previous edition of the ukmec guidance. Fsrh is a faculty of the royal college of the obstetricians and gynaecologists. It was established on the 26th march 1993 as the ukmec contraception summary of the book faculty of family planning and reproductive health care.
Giving clear and detailed information about all contraceptive methods, including how to use them, contra- indications, interactions and common patient anxieties, ukmec contraception summary of the book the handbook of contraception and sexual health is an essential read for all nurses, midwives and allied health professionals working in community heath and primary care settings. Get this from a library! Contraception made easy. [ laura percy; diana mansour, ( consultant in community gynaecology and reproductive healthcare) ] - - updated to incude the uk medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use, this book is the ideal ukmec contraception summary of the book practical reference guide for gps and other healthcare professionals concerned with. The contraception sourcebook [ elizabeth connell] on amazon. * free* shipping on qualifying offers. Human kind has been searching for the ideal contraceptive since the beginning of time. The objective was- - and still is- - to find a contraceptive that is completely safe. Contraception is one method used to control the number and timing of pregnancies ( family planning). Other ukmec contraception summary of the book methods include sterilization ( used to avoid pregnancy permanently) and abortion ( used to end an unintended pregnancy when contraception has failed or not been used). The ukmec considers the following groups of contraceptive methods: intrauterine contraception ( iuc), progestogen- only contraception ( poc), combined hormonal contraception ( chc) and emergency contraception ( ec).
The ukmec categories for each of ukmec contraception summary of the book these groups can be found in section b, together with evidence summaries and clarifications. We may have to get creative before this is over, " he said, his voice turning even deeper, huskier than before. That statement had her ukmec contraception summary of the book gaze snapping back to meet his. This document is part of the process for improving the quality of care in family planning. Medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use ( mec), the first edition of which was published in 1996, presents current who guidance on the safety of various contraceptive methods for use in the context. Cancel post to post to article submit comment estimated download size of this issue is 0mb. Download could take time on slower connections. The new uk medical eligibility criteria ( ukmec) : what has changed? When hormonal contraception ( hc). Pages: 187 ( paperback) this pocket book, while requiring the use of larger. Fsrh ukmec contraception guideline.
By faculty of sexual and reproductive healthcaret00: 00: 00+ 01: 00. Uk medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use ukmec contraception summary of the book ( ukmec) guideline. This guidelines summary covers the key conditions that women commonly present with in a primary care setting. Please refer to the full guideline for. Uk medical eligibility criteria ( ukmec) for combined oral contraceptive use2 ukmec contraception summary of the book ukmec category 1 – unrestricted use age – menarche to < 40 years parity – nulliparous and parous breastfeeding – > 6 months postpartum postpartum – > 21 days ukmec contraception summary of the book if not breastfeeding post- abortion – immediately first and second trimester, and post- septic. Adequate contraception is an essential component of managing pulmonary hypertension in women of childbearing age. Intrauterine devices are a popular contraceptive choice for many women but are.