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Whether you have questions about Long Acting, Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs) or you’d like to know more about STIs (Sexually Transmissible Infections) then you’ve come to the right place.
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Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs) are a group of contraceptive methods including implants and intrauterine contraceptives that provide effective contraception (99%+), are long acting (3 – 10 years), are easily reversible and don’t require you to do anything to prevent pregnancy every day, or every time that you have sex.
Find out all the facts about the different types of LARCs available.
Want to know more about STI prevention?
How are STIs passed on? What are the symptoms? How do you get tested and treated?
Chlamydia is a common sexually transmissible infection (STI) caused by a bacteria. It affects both men and women. Most people who have chlamydia don’t have any symptoms. This means that they can pass it on to a partner during sex, without knowing it. If it is left untreated it can cause serious long term problems.
Find out more in the Chlamydia Fact Sheet.
There are many different contraception options available, including the male condom, female condom, the pill, implants, IUDs, vaginal ring, diaphragm and more.
Find out the pros and cons of each type of contraceptive here.
We have fact sheets and resources available here.