Latest contraception News

Abortion bans are changing what it means to be young in America
Limits To Access Emergency Pill
Could your hormonal contraceptive be affecting your anxiety treatment?
Union rejects Catholic Archbishop of Sydney’s threat to close schools
Thousands of Queensland women access UTI treatment through community pharmacy
Reforming Health System To Improve Sexual And Reproductive Care
Sydney researchers find differences in ovarian cancer risk factors by racial and ethnic groups
A promising approach to develop a birth control pill for men
Increased use of oral retinoids for acne requires stronger contraception advice
Prestigious Lalor Foundation Fellowship Awarded
Contraception options should be given with oral retinoids to avoid serious harm to unborn babies
Oral retinoids can harm unborn babies. But many women taking them for acne may not be using contraception
Indexation freeze on PBS co-pays and new money for stalled newborn screening election commitments – a budget of winners and losers in…
Women in rich countries are having fewer kids, or none at all. What’s going on?
Women Given Easier Access To Resupply Of Pill
Rollout Begins For Australian-first Pharmacy Pilot
TikTok and Instagram are full of misleading information about birth control – and wellness influencers are helping drive these narratives
What are ‘Ozempic babies’? Can the drug really increase your chance of pregnancy?
Social media will tell you birth control causes mental health issues, weight gain and infertility – here are the facts
Study on twins provides new insights into immune defence in the womb
Access To Contraception Is Fundamental Right
The Self-Care Wheel: an award-winning innovation to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights
New Queensland Pilot will give women better access to hormonal contraceptive services
Changes to make it easier for Queensland women to access contraceptives
Sperm formation step could hold clues to male contraception
Opill, the first over-the-counter birth control pill, will be on shelves soon − here are some key things to know
Why a global day for women matters – today and everyday 
Why a global day for women matters – today and everyday 
International Woman’s Day: Empowering women begins with reproductive rights
Jump of 35 % in teen pregnancies in the Philippines prompts calls to increase sex education and health service
New Free Clinics Bringing Healthcare To Community
Message From Director
Victoria’s abortions decline overall
Gender Pain Gap Revealed – And Women Aren’t Surprised
WHO announces the GDG for the development of the WHO MEC for Contraceptive Use (MEC) 6th Edition and the WHO SPRs for…
VICTORIAN WOMEN’S HEALTH SECTOR WELCOMES GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT TO IMPROVING ACCESS TO ABORTION
Nurses are helping rural and regional women access contraception and medical abortion
Lack of access to contraception is a form of violence against women
WHO issues new and updated recommendations on treatment of mental, neurological and substance use conditions
TikTok has a startling amount of sexual content – and it’s way too easy for children to access
Working with community leaders boosts family planning in Tanzania
School leavers – let’s talk about sex
Stricter abortion laws linked to increase in unintended births
Landmark menopause toolkit updated to improve assessment and treatment
Candid video series “Ask Me Anything” seeks to normalise conversations around sexual health, gender equality and more
United Nations partners call for investments in self-care interventions to improve sexual and reproductive health
Population growth must end if people are to be fed: World Food Day 2023
On International Day of the Girl, “Let a girl be a girl”: SPA