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  1. Contraception - emergency contraception

    04 Jul 2018

    It is best to take emergency contraception as soon as possible, ideally within 24 hours of having unprotected sex, but it still works well within 96 hours (four days)...

  2. Contraception - vaginal ring

    07 Jun 2018

    The vaginal ring works in a similar way to the oral contraceptive pill to prevent pregnancy...

  3. Contraception - vasectomy

    07 Jun 2018

    Having a vasectomy does not affect a man?s ability to produce male sex hormones, enjoy sex or reach orgasm...

  4. Contraception - condoms for women

    07 Jun 2018

    The female condom is effective in preventing an unplanned pregnancy and protecting against sexually transmissible infections (STIs)...

  5. Contraception - diaphragms

    07 Jun 2018

    The diaphragm acts as a barrier method of contraception...

  6. Contraception - injections for men

    07 Jun 2018

    Contraceptive injections for men are not yet available in Australia, but clinical studies suggest that they may provide a safe, effective and reversible method of male contraception in the future...

  7. Contraception - the mini pill

    07 Jun 2018

    The two types of oral contraception available in Australia are the combined pill, known as "the Pill", and the mini pill...

  8. Contraception – the combined pill

    07 Jun 2018

    The two types of oral contraception available in Australia are the combined pill, known as the Pill, and the mini pill...

  9. Contraception - tubal ligation

    30 May 2018

    Sterilisation is a permanent method of contraception that a woman can choose if she is sure that she does not want children in the future...

  10. Abortion

    30 May 2018

    All women should have access to accurate information about abortion so they can make their own informed decisions...