Nine in 10 are prescribed pill, but experts raise concerns women are not given options

More than 50 years since it became widely available in the UK, the pill remains the most popular form of prescribed contraceptive among women in England, research by the Guardian shows.

A flurry of articles have claimed that many women are shunning oral contraceptives, as studies have emerged warning of links to everything from depression to difficulties reading the emotions of others. Meanwhile, the rise in use of fertility apps and period trackers suggests women are keen for a hormone-free form of birth control.

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