Two-yearly Pap smears have been replaced with a five- yearly Cervical Screening Test. We answer women’s important questions on the changes.
Watch our latest webinar on 'Pap smears, what next?'.
Two-yearly Pap smears will be replaced with a five-yearly HPV test. Listen to our webinar presented by Health Education Team leader Belinda Kippen and Cervical Clinical Nurse Consultant Lisa Peberdy as they discuss these changes.
There are many reasons why women experience difficulty in conceiving. we discuss five common causes.
About 10,000 women are hospitalised for pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) in Australia each year and more than 59,000 are treated for the condition by their GP.
Women's Health's communications team leader Lorraine Pacey sorts fact from fiction when it comes to the emergency contraceptive pill.
There are more contraception options available for young women than ever before. This guide will help you choose the method that's right for you.
'Vulva' is the general name given to the external parts of the female genitals. The skin in the vulval region is extremely delicate, making it susceptible to a wide range of conditions.
Three common vaginal infections in women are bacterial vaginosis, candidiasis (also known as thrush), chlamydia and trichomoniasis
Although they're easily preventable, sexually transmitted infections are on the rise and young people aren't the only ones at risk.