Addressing contraception at the time of abortion: experiences of women and health professionals
Abortion is considered to be an appropriate time to offer contraceptive advice to women although it is recognised that there are
challenges in doing so. This research offers an insight into the perspectives of women receiving and professionals providing
contraceptive care at the time of abortion.
A CRFR briefing
FPA Contraception Leaflets
provides education in fertility awareness for women at all stages of reproductive life; support for couples wishing to optimise their chances of pregnancy; instruction in fertility awareness methods and more
Let's talk about abortion
NHS Lothian have developed a short film on abortion. There are some differences with the services NHS Tayside deliver, but we think this is a useful resource
In Tayside, you will be referred from the sexual health clinic to Ninewells or PRI where you will be able to discuss your situation. Abortions are not carried out at the sexual health clinics in Tayside.
If you are aged between 14-16 you do not need to take someone with you for your clinic appointment, but it is requested that if returning for the procedure you have someone over 16 with you. You are encouraged to try to involve a parent or another adult, for example another family member or friend.