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Every woman has some vaginal discharge. It's usually healthy and serves a purpose. Here's how to know what's normal, and what's a sign of infection.
Vaginal and groin irritation and infection
Irritation around the sensitive skin of the groin or vagina can have many causes. Learn about this condition, and its treatment and prevention.
Bacterial vaginosis (BV)
Bacterial vaginosis often causes a watery, ‘fishy’-smelling vaginal discharge. Treatment is available so it's a good idea to get it checked by your doctor.
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Most women are concerned by common problems such as vaginal discharge, dryness, irritation and thrush at some stage.
Suffering from heavy, painful or irregular periods? Does PMS affect your wellbeing? Learn about common period problems and how to cope.
A hysteroscopy is a procedure to look inside the uterus (womb) using a small camera.. Learn how to prepare for the procedure and what to expect.
The truth hurts: hysterectomy doesn’t cure endometriosis
Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women, often leading to pain and infertility. Despite one celeb's hysterectomy for endo at 31, it’s not a cure for endometriosis.
Women don't need to 'put up' with heavy periods
Heavy menstrual bleeding affects 1 in 4 Australian women, but treatment is available. There's no need to suffer in silence.
Vaginismus occurs when the muscles around the vagina tighten involuntarily. Learn more about its common causes, symptoms and treatments.