FAQs, Fact Sheets, & Resource Library

Welcome to our growing patient resource library. Over the coming weeks all of the resource titles that you see below will be added to our knowledge base. If the fact sheet you're looking for is not here yet, please check the relevant section of our website and if you still cannot find the information you seek, we invite you to use our contact form at the bottom of the page... or just give us a call.

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IUD

Fact Sheet

Vasectomy

Fact Sheet

Colposcopy

Fact Sheet

MonaLisa Touch

Info Sheet

Medical Abortion

Fact Sheet

PrEP Patient Information

Surgical or Medical Abortion?

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.
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The MonaLisa Touch vaginal laser treatment is a breakthrough option for women suffering with vaginal atrophy & unable to take hormone therapy.
Click here to download the MonaLisa Touch Info Sheet
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Medical abortion aka the "Abortion pill" or "non-surgical abortion", because we use medication rather than surgery to terminate the pregnancy
What you need to know abour Medical Abortion
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PrEP is an HIV prevention method, where people who do not have HIV take a pill every day to reduce their risk of becoming infected with HIV.
 
Download the PrEP information booklet.
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Having a Procedure Under Sedation?

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
A colposcopy uses a powerful microscope to examine a women’s cervix, vaginal canal & vulva. You may be referred if you have had an abnormal screening result,
 
Check out the Colposcopy Fact Sheet.

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Men's Health

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  • Erectile Dysfunction

  • Men's Sexual Health Check

Sexual Health

  • Hepatitis - Screening & Vaccination

  • HPV - Human Papiloma Virus - Screening & Vaccination

  • PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis)

Family Planning

General Health

  • Skin lesions & Wart treatment

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