Not sure where to begin? If you're looking for information on a particular health condition, take a look at our men's health topics. Each health topic page is covered from A-Z and will include relevant and easy-to-understand resources at the bottom of each page for more information.
Alternatively, use our find a doctor tool to find a local doctor and make an appointment.
For family and friends
Supporting someone with a health condition can be challenging. To make it easier we have partners' guides, which explain how a man might be experiencing a particular health condition and what you can do to support them.
We also include 'things to think about' and 'questions to ask your doctor' on many of our men's health pages. These questions can be emailed to any email address to refer back to in a doctor's appointment.
For health professionals
Use our website and resources as a referral tool, or order free hard copy information guides and clinical summary guides through our online store to keep on hand for patient appointments. If you're looking for more health professional resources, head to our clinical resources page. Alternatively, if you'd like more information on our accredited training activities, go to our professional education page.
Current research studies & projects
There are still a lot of knowledge gaps when it comes to male reproductive and sexual health. Healthy Male is passionate about assisting the community and researchers in working together by promoting related research studies.
Men's health events
Local events are a great way to raise awareness of important men’s health issues. To make even more of an impact, order a Men’s Health Presentation Kit or any of our other free hard copy resources.
Useful websites & support groups
Talking about your health to those who understand can help. Websites and support groups listed on this page may help you find more information and connect you with those in a similar situation.
The number of men in Australia living with a reproductive or sexual health condition may surprise you. These stories are from Australian men, many of who are currently living with a health condition or have done so in the past. Hear their stories, in their own words.