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FAQs, Fact Sheets, Information Brochures

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There are a few things that you need to know and rules you'll have to follow so that you can safely have your sedated procedure at Clinic 66 
Everything you need to know is in this 'one page' document >>>
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Why should I use a condom for the week before my IUD insertion?

Do I need to see a GP before having my IUD inserted?
These and many other questions about IUDs answered here >>>
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Does vasectomy hurt? What do you mean by "no scalpel"?  
What anaesthetic options do I have and which one is right for me?
These and other questions about Vasectomy answered here >>>
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If you suspect that you may have endometriosis, download this fact sheet from Endometriosis Australia, and visit our Endometriosis page for more info. 
Download the Endometriosis Fact Sheet >>>
A symptom diary can help your doctor to understand exactly how your problem is affecting your life by quantifying the level of discomfort and how often it occurs.
 
Download the ovarian cancer symptom diary >>>
Download the MonaLisa Touch Vaginal Laser treatment brochure or visit our MonaLisa Touch website for more info
Click here to download the Mona Lisa Touch Brochure >>>
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It can be difficult to diagnose endometriosis because the symptoms can vary considerably, and many other conditions can cause similar symptoms.
 
The Endometriosis symptom tracker makes it easy to keep track and a record of your symptoms and how they affect you. This will provide your GP or Gynaecologist with valuable insight for their assessment. Download the Endometriosis Symptom Tracker.
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The problem with ovarian cancer is that there is no really good way to make an early diagnosis ie. there is no screening test currently available.
 
The symptoms caused by ovarian cancer can be very non-specific and are common in the general population, such as bloating, back pain or frequent urination.  Download the Ovarian Cancer Fact Sheet
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PrEP is a HIV prevention method in which people who do not have HIV take a pill every day to reduce their risk of becoming infected with HIV.
 
The booklet provides you with all the information you need about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV. Download the PrEP information booklet.
A colposcopy uses a powerful microscope to allow a closer examination of a women’s cervix as well as the vaginal canal and vulva. You may be referred for a colposcopy if you have had an abnormal screening result, either a persistent low grade or high-grade abnormality. Check out the Colposcopy Fact Sheet.
If you're not sure about the best way to go, check out this comparison table that covers, timing, process, recovery, side effects, complications and cost.
Download the comparison checklist.
If you are experiencing menopausal symptoms such as vaginal dryness, painful intercourse, urinary incontinence and frequent bladder infections, Mona Lisa Touch is a potentially “life changing” treatment that is non-surgical, non-hormonal, quick, relatively pain-free and long-lasting. Check out our FAQs here >>>
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Reciprocal Health Care Agreements for visitors to Australia... If you're an international visitor, some of your costs for medically necessary care in Australia may be covered if your country has a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement with Australia.
Click here to find out more >>>