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Genital herpes spreads by skin-to-skin contact, like kissing or foreplay. Learn how to prevent the spread of the virus and what to do if you catch it.
Learn about what is normal for your labia – the vulva folds or lips outside of your genitals (vulva). Problems can include cysts or a rash.
Screening tests for STIs
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) won't always cause symptoms. If you're sexually active, your doctor might recommend regular STI screening tests.
Cold sores are blister-like spots that appear in or around the mouth. Find out about prevention, common triggers, treatment and self-care options.
Oxytocin is a hormone that is used to induce labor, strengthen contractions, or to control bleeding after childbirth.
An anal fissure is a small tear or split in the skin that lines the anus. Learn what causes anal fissures and how to prevent them.
By practicing safe sex, you will prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infection (STIs) and minimise the risk of unplanned pregnancy.
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.
A blister is a painful sore where fluid forms between top layers of skin. Learn more on how to treat blisters and when to see a doctor.
Penis irritation and inflammation can occur for several reasons. Learn more here about this condition, its treatment and how to prevent it.