Hormonal contraception is widely available, and there are myriad options for the patient and provider to select. Oral, transdermal, intravaginal, and injectable formulations are generally recognized as safe and effective when patients are correctly chosen.
These are options that pharmacists can utilize to provide contraceptive services. Educating and empowering pharmacists to appropriately screen and assess individuals who present desiring hormonal contraception can improve patient access to care and prevent adverse outcomes.
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