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Contraception

Contraception is the use of hormones, devices or surgery to prevent a woman from becoming pregnant. It allows couples to choose if and when they want to have a baby.

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Vasectomy vs Condoms | Marie Stopes Vasectomy

When it comes to finances, the choice between condoms and a vasectomy seems pretty obvious. Well it might be time to think again, because not only is a vasectomy far more effective at preventing pregnancy it also turns out to be a lot more affordable over your lifetime.

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Contraception

If you are going to have sex, but do not want to get pregnant, you must use a contraceptive.There are many different types of contraception and each type has its own advantages and disadvantages

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Contraception | Jean Hailes

There are many different methods of contraception to avoid pregnancy including the oral contraceptive pill (OCP), the mini-pill, a condom, an intrauterine…

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Chlamydia - Better Health Channel

Chlamydia is often called the 'silent infection' because most people do not realise they have it.

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Contraception choices | Family Planning NSW

Contraception is necessary if you wish to avoid an unintended pregnancy. Several methods of contraception are available - check out this factsheet to find out more information.

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Having Children - Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations

Having children: People with HIV who wish to have children may be concerned about transmitting HIV to their partner when trying to conceive, or to their...

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Trichomoniasis

Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) which infects the genital area.

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Chlamydia fact sheet - Fact sheets

Chlamydia is a sexually transmissible infection. Many people who are infected do not have symptoms of infection but can still spread the disease. Chlamydia can lead to infertility, and other complications if not treated.

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Latex allergy - Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA)

Latex allergy

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