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She's Out There
She's Out There is a podcast created for Tasmanian women about sexual and reproductive health.
6 days ago
Episode 3 LARCs – contraceptives that will help you to sing on the wing
Mirena. Kyleena. Implanon. Girl’s names? NO! These are brand names for Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives. Implanon is a contraceptive implant under the skin in your arm. IUDs (intra uterine devices) are small contraceptive devices that are placed in the uterus. There are two kinds – hormonal IUDs (sold as Mirena and Kyleena) and copper IUDs. Collectively, we call these contraceptives Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs). Women’s Health Tasmania CEO Jo Flanagan talks with Dr Sue Mallett, a Launceston GP with a special interest in sexual and reproductive health, about how LARCs can be reliable, long-lasting ways of controlling your fertility.
Jul 15, 2020
Episode 2a Taking the power surge perspective on menopause
Women’s Health Tasmania CEO, Jo Flanagan was joined by Anna who was happy to share her experiences of entering into menopause.
Jul 15, 2020
Episode 2 Menopause – Over to you, Dr Sue
Dr Sue Mallett, a Launceston GP with a special interest in sexual and reproductive health, gives us the low-down on what to expect from menopause, looking after our health and wellbeing, and how to get good support from health professionals at this important time in life.
Jul 1, 2020
Welcome to She's Out There with Women's Health Tasmania CEO Jo Flanagan
Welcome to She's Out There a podcast about sexual and reproductive health created by Women's Health Tasmania and hosted by CEO, Jo Flanagan. We acknowledge and pay respect to the Tasmanian Aboriginal community as the traditional and original owners and continuing custodians of the land that this podcast was recorded on.
Jun 30, 2020
Episode 1 Making periods less expensive in the long run
Having periods is expensive. It has been estimated that you will probably spend several thousand dollars on menstrual products over the years you need to use them. When you start calculating in the costs to the environment from disposable products, it really adds up. Women’s Health Tasmania CEO Jo Flanagan talks with Naturopath Monica Francia about some more environmentally friendly options. Most of them should also save you quite a few dollars after several months of use.