Do you have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)? Have you been struggling with your weight? Can you attend a focus group in Parramatta, Sydney?
Are you experiencing symptoms affecting your sexual wellbeing as a side effect of your breast cancer medication? Researchers from Monash University are conducting a study on a treatment they anticipate will reduce sexual discomfort and pain, improve sexual wellbeing and vaginal symptoms.
Flinders University is conducting a research study on fertility and family planning. They are calling for Australian men and women, who do not have children, to complete an anonymous online survey which will take 15 minutes or less.
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The aim of this study is to investigate factors that could potentially increase the risk of having anxiety during perimenopause.
Women in Australia are flocking to cosmetic surgeons, health professionals and local beauty salons in an attempt to change the appearance of their genitals through surgery, piercing, waxing and shaving. Is this the new normal? Get involved in the most comprehensive study of its kind.
Researchers at Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI) are looking for women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) to take part in a study focusing on women's perceptions of diet and physical activity in relation to the management of PCOS.
The Women's Health Research Program at Monash University in Melbourne is currently looking for healthy postmenopausal women aged 45-65 years to participate in a study investigating the absorption of testosterone cream.
Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT (SHFPACT) is calling on women with an intellectual disability, their carers and Health Professionals to complete a short online survey. The outcomes of the survey will help to develop an educational resource and practice guide to support women with an intellectual disability through the process of menopause.
If you could find out anything about your own health as a woman, what would it be? Take our short survey and have your say on what you would like more health information on. All responses remain un-identifiable.