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Booklets catalogue

Andrology Australia has produced a series of consumer guides, each is a comprehensive guide focusing on the causes, diagnosis, treatment options and where to find support for the different male reproductive health problems.

How to get booklets

  • printed copies can be ordered directly from Andrology Australia free of charge to Australian residents
  • ebooks for your tablet, smart phone, computer or Kindle reader
  • download as PDF

Selected booklets available from other organisations are also listed.

Booklets by Andrology Australia

A User's Guide

What every man needs to know.

Androgen Deficiency

A guide to male hormones.

Erectile Dysfunction

Impotence and related health issues.

Prostate Enlargement

A guide to urinary symptoms in men.

Testicular Cancer

Lumps and self-examination.

Your Sperm

And how to look after them

Other Booklets

Klinefelter Syndrome

From the Hormones and Me series produced by Serono Symposia International Foundation with the Australian Paediatric Endocrinology Group.

Puberty and its problems

From the Hormones and Me series produced by Serono Symposia International Foundation with the Australian Paediatric Endocrinology Group.

Delayed puberty

From the Hormones and Me series produced by Serono Symposia International Foundation with the Australian Paediatric Endocrinology Group.

Boys and Puberty

Almost everything boys will need to know about body changes and other stuff. Produced by the Western Australian Dept of Health.

Prostate Cancer Information Packs

Resources from the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia for people with a recent diagnosis of prostate cancer:
  • Localised prostate cancer
  • Advanced prostate cancer
  • Gay and bisexual men
  • Younger men
  • Partners and carers

The Journey Ahead

Maintaining positive mental wellbeing in men with prostate cancer and their partners.
Developed by beyondblue in partnership with the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA).

Sex After Treatment

Produced by Queensland Cancer Fund.

Sexuality, Intimacy and Cancer

A guide for people with cancer, their families and friends
Produced by the Cancer Council.
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