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'Morning after' pill (emergency contraception pill)
The 'morning after' pill is a type of emergency contraception. It can be used within a few days of unprotected sex to reduce the risk of pregnancy.
Some types of contraception (birth control) are easier to use or more effective than others - know how to make the best choice for you.
By practicing safe sex, you will prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infection (STIs) and minimise the risk of unplanned pregnancy.
Male or female condoms are important forms of contraception that can prevent most sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unplanned pregnancy.
After-hours health services
Medical needs after hours don’t always require a visit to the emergency department. After hours GPs, pharmacists, dentists or counsellors can help.
There are many reasons someone might choose to terminate a pregnancy. Counselling can help you understand your options. Learn about the process.
Contraceptive vaginal ring
Read about the vaginal ring - a type of contraception (birth control) that works in the same way as the pill and can help control your periods.
Diaphragm (contraceptive device)
A diaphragm is a type of contraception (birth control). Find out about diaphragms, how to use them and how well they work to stop pregnancy.
Intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD)
An intrauterine device (IUD) is a reliable method of contraception (birth control). Find out about the copper IUD and the hormonal IUD.