Guest writer Felix Saturn explores how abortion services can implement trans-inclusivity.
CSTs - we know we need to get them every 5 years. But what does the test actually look for? And what does it mean if you have an ‘positive’ result?
International students have a lot of things to think about before studying abroad. These are some of the things I wish I knew before I became an international student, myself.
Since 2017, the Pap smear has been replaced by a HPV or Cervical Screening Test (CST). So, what's the difference?
4 trans and gender diverse people share with us what they wished their health professionals knew.
Here at 1800 My Options, we aim to promote healthy and supportive relationships which make you feel safe and fulfilled, and that includes in the bedroom. Read on for some red flags which should prompt at least a discussion with your partner(s) about why their behaviour isn’t okay, and advice on how to approach the chat.
Which contraception methods need a script from a doctor? Which ones need a professional to insert for you? Which ones can you get at the supermarket? In this blog, we discuss WHERE you can buy contraception in Victoria.
Often, consent education just teaches “make sure there’s consent,” or “No means no,” without any information on what that looks like. That’s why we think it’s important to talk about what affirmative consent means!
Dr Madeleine breaks down what is - and ISN'T - okay behaviour to expect in different health appointments.
If you've just had a baby, having another one immediately is probably not a priority! So what's the deal with breastfeeding and contraception?