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Topic "Women's Health" in Oromo - total 13 documents

Title: Before your first pregnancy appointment at the Womens
Summary: This information sheet discusses the services and tests you may need before you attend hospital for your first antenatal care clinic appointment. It is aimed at women who will have their baby at the Royal Women's Hospital but has information that may be applicable to all pregnant women.

Title: Cervical screening is important for all women
Summary: Brochure covering cervical screening and self-collection for women who have experienced female genital cutting.

Title: Female circumcision
Summary: This booklet explains what female circumcision is, what health issues it can cause, in which countries it is practised, the types of female circumcision and lists the support services for women, girls and families across Australia.

Title: Female circumcision - African women's clinic
Summary: The African Women's Clinic is a nurse-led clinic staffed by women's health nurses experienced in providing care for women who have experienced female circumcision or traditional cutting. This fact sheet explains what to expect if you are attending this clinic.

Title: Female circumcision - African women's clinic: cream application
Summary: This fact sheet is for women attending the African Women's Clinic to reverse their circumcision. It tells women how to use the anaesthetic cream provided before their procedure. Female circumcision is also known as female genital cutting

Title: Female circumcision - reversing your circumcision
Summary: This fact sheet is specifically for women attending the African Women's Clinic. The procedure to reverse your circumcision is called deinfibulation. This fact sheet explains what to expect on the day of the procedure and how to look after yourself at home.

Title: Female circumcision and the law in Australia
Summary: This information sheet explains what the law regarding female circumcision is in Australia and how the law is applied.

Title: Having your baby at the Women's - things to bring into hospital
Summary: This translated list is for women who are coming to the Royal Women's Hospital to have their baby, outlining what to bring with them.

Title: Induction of labour
Summary: Sometimes it is necessary to help a women to start her labour using artificial methods. This is called induction of labour. This information may help you and your family make a choice about induction of labour and to answer some of the questions you may have.

Title: Pelvic floor exercises - Royal Women's Hospital
Summary: The pelvic floor is a group of muscles and ligaments which support the bladder, uterus (womb) and bowel. It is important that all women exercise their pelvic floor muscles everyday throughout life, to prevent weakness or improve strength.

Title: Support services for circumcised women and girls
Summary: This booklet is a guide for women and girls who have been circumcised and are in need of support.

Title: When to call the hospital - Advice for women in late pregnancy
Summary: Sometimes during late pregnancy changes may occur that can concern some women. Many of these concerns can be discussed with a midwife at their next clinic appointment however some may need immediate attention. This information explains when to call your hospital for more advice.

Title: Women's reproductive health - where to find reliable information and services
Summary: Information on where to find reliable information and services on women's health including; women's health needs change where to find reliable information about women’s reproductive health in Victoria, women's reproductive health information in community languages, and where to speak to health professionals or bi-cultural health workers

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