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The human papillomavirus virus (HPV) vaccine reduces the incidence of HPV-related diseases, including genital warts and cervical...
This is the first of a series of articles which will examine the diverse theme of mental health in young people. Adolescence is...
Testosterone supplementation may be an appropriate treatment for males with clinical features of androgen deficiency and early...
Reminder: Most broad-spectrum antibiotics do not interact with combined oral contraceptives | Oseltamivir (Tamiflu) and Zanamivir...
Good sexual health is about achieving both physical and psychological wellbeing, free from disease, coercion or abuse. Reaching...
Over one hundred people per year in New Zealand are diagnosed with syphilis. While this only represents a small number of patients,...
Young people are having sex. Advice about sexual health and contraception should be considered for all adolescents, including...
Erectile dysfunction | Gynaecomastia | Late-onset hypogonadism | Delayed puberty in males
Laboratory investigation of amenorrhoea | Polycystic ovary syndrome | An overview of dysfunctional uterine bleeding | Perimenopause...
Rates of HIV infection are increasing in New Zealand, especially among men who have sex with other men. GPs are often the first...
There are many reasons why sexual health is not discussed during a general practice consultation, such as lack of time and possible...
A collection of articles from the STI campaign
A summary of pharmacological treatment and management of common sexually transmitted and other genital infections including chlamydia,...
A series of four case studies that illustrate the importance of patient
history and background when testing for STIs.
This article provides an overview of some infections affecting the genital area, including some non-sexually transmitted infections....
Chlamydia remains the most commonly diagnosed STI in New Zealand, according to the annual STI Surveillance Report. Although not...
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common disorder that affects many New Zealand men, with both organic and psychogenic causes. Persistent...
Resurgence of syphilis in NZ? Syphilis had been considered a rarity in New Zealand, but over the last few years the ESR Annual...
Iron vs Ferritin tests plus:• Chlamydia update• Is this woman menopausal?
The risk of injury or death during adolescence is two to three times higher than it is during childhood. The main reason for this...
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