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- Chapter 1 – Reproductive and Sexual Health Consultations in the Australian Setting
- Chapter 2 – The Cervix
- Chapter 3 – The Ovary
- Chapter 4 – The Vagina and Vulva
- Chapter 5 – The Breast
- Chapter 6 – The Bladder and the Pelvic Floor
- Chapter 7 – Abnormal Uterine Bleeding and Other Disorders of the Menstrual Cycle
- Chapter 8 – Fertility Problems
- Chapter 9 – Preconception Care and Pregnancy
- Chapter 10 – Pregnancy Options
- Chapter 11 – Menopause
- Chapter 12 – Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs)
- Chapter 13 – Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
- Chapter 14 – Acute Pelvic Pain and Other Gynaecological Emergencies
- Chapter 15 – Reproductive and Sexual Health for Trans and Gender Diverse People
- Chapter 16 – Management of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence in Primary Health Care
- Chapter 17 – Female Sexual Interest and Arousal Disorder (FSIAD)
- Chapter 18 – Male Sexual Dysfunction, Prostate Disease and Testicular Lumps
- Chapter 19 – Legal Considerations in Reproductive and Sexual Health