Reason for contact with sexual and reproductive health services in England in 2018/19

This statistic shows the share of reasons for contact with sexual and reproductive health services in England in 2018/19. According to the data, 44 percent of females and 17 percent of males wanted to maintain their existing main method of contraception.

Share of reasons for contact with sexual and reproductive health services in England in 2018/19, by gender

MaleFemale
New main method6%12%
Change of main method0%17%
Maintain existing main method17%44%
Pre-contraception advice (no method provided)4%8%
Emergency contraception0%6%
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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

2018/19

Supplementary notes

The source provides the following information:
"Only one contraception related service can take place per contact.
Emergency contraception- where one or more forms of emergency contraception were provided.
Non-contraception services- these are contacts where one or more other sexual and reproductive health activity services were provided."

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