WHO recommendations for contraceptive use.

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The latest edition of the evidence-based guideline, Selected practice recommendations for contraceptive use, is now available online from: www.who.int/ reproductive-health/publications. It aims to improve access to quality care in family planning by providing guidance on safe and effective use of contraceptive methods. Recommendations are given on initiation/continuation of methods; incorrect method use; problems during use, such as vomiting and/or diarrhoea. menstrual abnormalities and pelvic inflammatory disease.

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