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Our experienced doctors can help you to choose the contraception that is right for you. We offer a
full range of options including hormonal and non-hormonal methods. Long-acting, reversible contraception has become increasingly popular
in recent years, offering 3 to 5 years of protection without any action on a daily basis. We offer expert services in long-acting reversible contraception such as Implanon, hormone implants, intra-uterine devices and DMP injections.
Our doctors can provide information and support to women planning a pregnancy or having difficulty in becoming pregnant. We can arrange appropriate testing and advice for women to maximise opportunities to achieve a pregnancy and stay healthy once pregnant to have the best outcome for mother and baby.
During your pregnancy, we have a shared care approach with local hospitals
and provide antenatal classes in some areas.
After your baby is born, we offer care and advice on looking after yourself and a discussion on contraceptive options to plan and space your pregnancies for the health of the whole family.
If you are experiencing problems with bleeding or any other aspect of menstruation, we can offer investigation and management options. We are able to treat most problems and tailor management to the individual woman.
After 1 December 2017, anyone with a cervix and aged between 25 and 74 years who have been sexually active will be invited to attend cervical screening every five (5) years. This includes people who have had the HPV vaccine because the vaccine does not protect against all types of HPV.
Abnormal results will be reported in two stages; the first will about be the HPV virus being detected. The second result will whether or not there is an abnormality found in the cervical cells on the cervical screening test.
If the results of your cervical screen are abnormal this does not mean you have cancer. Often abnormal results are caused by an inflammation or infection that will clear up naturally. Sometimes you may need to have cervical screening more often. Some types of abnormal cells may require specialist treatment. Make sure you talk to your doctor, nurse or health worker about what is best for you.
Menopause is a natural phase in a woman’s life. There are a wide range of changes and symptoms and every woman does not have the same experience. It is a good time in life to review your health and look at preventive activities for the future. We provide a tailored approach to support each client and her individual needs.
We offer a sensitive and confidential approach to all aspects of sexual health. We can offer testing, advice and management of sexual health issues as part of a holistic reproductive and sexual health service.
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