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We cannot provide answers or advice to personal medical questions. If you have any questions about your health, we strongly recommend that you contact your doctor or call the healthdirect helpline on 1800 022 222 for free advice.

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While we can’t provide personal medical advice, we can direct you to the right place to find answers. We can also talk to you about how we can provide support if you have a male health research study or want to promote male health in your workplace.

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Seek help

If you feel anxious, stressed, and worried, or you’re struggling to cope and need someone to talk to, there’s help out there.

There are several organisations that provide support for people struggling with their mental health. You can also talk to your doctor about what you’re experiencing.

MensLine Australia

MensLine Australia is a telephone and online counselling service for men with emotional health and relationship concerns.

Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue is a telephone and online counselling service for people experiencing anxiety, depression and thoughts of suicide.

Lifeline Australia

Lifeline Australia is a telephone and online crisis support and suicide prevention service for all Australians experiencing emotional distress.

Brother to Brother

The Brother to Brother crisis line provides phone support for Aboriginal men who need someone to talk to about relationship issues, family violence, parenting, drug and alcohol issues or who are struggling to cope for other reasons.

The line is staffed by Aboriginal men, including Elders, who have a lived experience in the issues that the line offers support for.

Brother to Brother doesn’t have a website, but you can call 24/7.

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