Visit our new Contraception page
Skip to Information about Emergency Contraception
Planned contraceptive methods include barrier methods, hormonal methods, Intra-Uterine Devices (IUD), Intra-Uterine Systems (IUS) and permanent methods.
Sexual Health Fife offers the following contraceptive services;
- Pre-pregnancy advice and pregnancy testing
- Contraceptive advice
- Emergency contraception
- Free condoms, lube and dams
- Support and help with decision-making for unplanned pregnancy, including referral for termination
- Provision of all long acting reversible methods (implant, contraceptive injection, IUDs and Mirena IUS)
- Counselling and referral for female sterilisation
- Referral for male sterilisation
- Menopausal issues and Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
For more information on contraception visit www.fpa.org.uk
See also: Downloadable leaflets available at the bottom of this page.
From Thursday 1st October 2015, EllaOne Emergency Contraception will be available from all NHS Fife Community Pharmacies.
Emergency contraception, often known as "the morning-after pill", is available FREE throughout Fife from:
- Sexual Health Clinics
See also: Download Your Guide to Emergency Contraception leaflet - available at the bottom of this page.
If you do not wish to continue with an unplanned pregnancy, you can come to any of our drop in clinics to discuss termination of pregnancy.
You will be asked to take a pregnancy test to confirm that you are pregnant. You will also receive advice to enable you to make an informed choice on how you want to manage your pregnancy.
If you decide to proceed with the termination process, we will refer you and book an appointment for you at Victoria Hospital.
Please note that your initial referal appointment does NOT include the termination process.
For more information on pregnancy and termination visit www.bpas.org
See also: Download Abortion and Pregnant and don't know what to do? leaflets - available at the bottom of this page.
If you would like to be referred for sterilisation please contact your GP who will refer you to the clinic. We will send you a questionnaire to fill out and give you an appointment to come for a consultation at our sterilisation assessment clinic on Tuesday afternoons. Depending on the outcome of the consultation, you will either be referred for sterilisation or another appointment will be made for you to be placed on any long acting and reversible contraceptive choice of yours.
All other planned methods of contraception can be received by making an appointment on the appointment line 01592 64 79 79
See also: Download Your Guide to Male and Female Sterilisation leaflet - available at the bottom of this page.