Contraceptive use among women in England 2021/22, by type and age

Distribution of women using user dependent and long lasting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) in England in 2021/22, by age

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Release date

September 2022


United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

Apr 1, 2021 to Mar 31, 2022

Supplementary notes

Note: This analysis is not necessarily representative of the uptake of contraception methods across the whole population. Contraceptives can be obtained from other sources such as GPs or direct from pharmacies, whilst non-prescription items like condoms can be obtained easily without a visit to a medical specialist.

User dependent contraceptives include oral contraceptives, male condom, female condom, the contraceptive patch, spermicides, vaginal ring and natural family planning.
LARCs (Long acting reversible contraceptives) include Inter-Uterine Devices (IUD), Intra Uterine System (IUS) injectable contraceptive and implants.

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