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http://www.rho.org/

Summaries and links on topics including family planning, AIDS, reproductive tract infections, infertility, harmful traditional practices, safe motherhood, cervical cancer, and refugee reproductive health.

http://www.ippf.org/

A worldwide movement providing reproductive health and family planning services in over 180 countries. Manual on reproductive health interventions in refugee situations and other materials on delivery of reproductive health services.

http://www.icrh.org/

Improve the acceptability, accessibility and quality of health services, with the emphasis on reproductive health.

http://www.plannedparenthood.org/

Information and resources covering sexual and reproductive health topics. Research on sexual health problems and directory of health centers in the US.

http://www.pathfind.org/

a non-profit family planning and reproductive health organization working with developing countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia

http://www.arhp.org/

Membership association for physicians, nurses, public health professionals, health educators, and related professions. Includes news, patient and professional education materials, AHRP position statements, and links on a wide range of topics.

http://www.sistersong.net/

Made up of local, regional and national grassroots organizations in the United States representing Native American/Indigenous, Black/African American, Latina/Puerto Rican, and Asian/Pacific Islander populations.

http://www.rhrealitycheck.org/

News, analysis, commentary and information on reproductive health issues.

http://www.fhi360.org/

FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives with research, education and services in family planning, STDs/HIV and family health.

http://www.abortionbreastcancer.com/

Large collection of material about evidence linking abortion to increased breast cancer risk, including reports claiming cover-ups by expert panels and researchers who have found no connection.

http://www.americanpregnancy.org/

Description of the different types of pregnancy termination procedures and which ones are used during which trimester.

http://www.medicalabortionconsortium.org/

Network of organizations and individuals interested in medical abortion. Includes members, activity and event details, and latest news.

http://www.ru486facts.org/

Information about RU-486 (mifepristone), including effects, side effects, and costs, with emphasis on the negatives.

http://www.fwhc.org/

Information for patients about what to expect if you choose the abortion pill, how it works, side effects, and risks. From the Feminist Women's Health Center.

http://www.ultimatebirthcontrol.com/

Links to family planning choices including abstinence, condoms, diaphragm, hormonal implants, injections, IUD, tubal sterilization, the Pill, emergency contraception, vasectomy and how to choose.

http://www.youngwomenshealth.org/

Information for teens covers different contraceptive methods, abstinence, and "mythical methods of birth control." Center for Young Women's Health, Children's Hospital Boston.

http://www.fhi.org/

FHI works to improve reproductive health around the world by increasing the number of safe, effective, acceptable and affordable contraceptive methods to ensure that women and men achieve their desired number and spacing of children.

http://www.engenderhealth.org/

A review of contraceptive methods available worldwide and choosing the right method for you.

http://www.conrad.org/

Objective is development of new or improved contraceptive methods that are safe, effective, acceptable, and suitable for use in the US and developing countries.

http://www.puzzlepiece.org/

Results from the literature and from self-experimentation on the use of testicular heating as a birth control method.

http://www.backupyourbirthcontrol.org/

Promotional information about options for preventing unintended pregnancy with emergency contraception medications available in the U.S. Recommends keeping EC in your medicine cabinet, just in case.

http://www.cecinfo.org/

International consortium promoting availability of emergency contraception. Includes comparison chart on pill formulations and other health education and information materials for use in implementing new EC programs, particularly in developing countries.

http://www.archfoundation.com/

Not-for-profit foundation helping uninsured low-income patients to obtain the Mirena intrauterine contraceptive system.

http://www.thepill.com/

Low estrogen formulation.

http://www.orthoevra.com/

Manufacturer's information about the first contraceptive patch approved for use in the United States.

http://www.nuvaring.com/

Find everything you need to know about NuvaRing birth control and the benefits of vaginal administration.

http://www.naomi.ie/

Helps women learn how to manage their own fertility through monitoring body changes. Includes details of the Billings method of self-examination.

http://www.tcnfp.org/

Information on Ovulation Method, human fertility cycles, and other non-chemical approaches to family planning.

http://www.woomb.org/

Covers the Billings Ovulation Method of natural family planning, research papers and teaching material, identifies teaching locations other countries.

http://www.symptotherm.ch/

Swiss organization offering support and information on the Sympto-thermal method.