netFormulary NHS
Pan Mersey
Area Prescribing Committee
 Formulary Chapter 7: Obstetrics, Gynaecology, and urinary-tract disorders - Full Section

Review date: May 2019

Non-formulary drugs: Any drug or formulation not listed in the formulary is deemed to be non-formulary.

Paediatrics: All drugs are deemed to have the same RAG status as they have for adults unless stated otherwise.

NHS England Specialised Commissioning
Drugs carrying the NHS England logo are commissioned by them. Links to key documents, national programmes of care, and clinical reference groups are found below.

NHSE NHS England Specialised Commissioning: Key documents

NHSE NHS England Specialised Commissioning: National programmes of care and clinical reference groups

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07.01 Drugs used in obstetrics
07.01.01 Prostaglandins and oxytocics Drugs affecting the ductus arteriosus
07.01.02 Mifepristone
07.01.03 Myometrial relaxants
07.02 Treatment of vaginal and vulval conditions
07.02.01 Preparations for vaginal and vulval changes
07.02.02 Vaginal and vulval infections
Fungal infections
Other vaginal infections
07.03 Contraceptives
07.03.01 Combined hormonal contraceptives
Emergency contraception
07.03.02 Progestogen-only contraceptives Oral progestogen-only contraceptives Parenteral progestogen-only contraceptives Intra-uterine progestogen-only contraceptive
07.03.03 Spermicidal contraceptives
07.03.04 Contraceptive devices
Intra-uterine devices
07.03.05 Emergency Contraception
Hormonal methods
07.04 Drugs for genito-urinary disorders
07.04.01 Drugs for urinary retention
07.04.02 Drugs for urinary frequency, enuresis, and incontinence
Urinary incontinence
Nocturnal enuresis
07.04.03 Drugs used in urological pain
Alkalinisation of urine
Acidification of urine
07.04.04 Bladder instillations and urological surgery
07.04.05 Drugs for erectile dysfunction
07.04.06 Drugs for premature ejaculation