- Confirm live fetus early in pregnancy.
- Monitoring the progress of your pregnancy.
- Bleeding during pregnancy.
- Suspected spontaneous miscarriage.
- Other pregnancy-related ailments.
Follow-up checks after birth
Going through the birth process. Examinations.
Determine the need for contraception, possibly inserting an IUD if desired.
Screening for cervical cancer
I will perform a thorough examination of the entire reproductive system; the external genitalia are examined, a pap smear is taken and an ultrasound of the uterus and ovaries is performed.
If cell changes are detected, we will evaluate further measures such as examinations, biopsies and possibly removal of the front part of the cervix (conization).
The cervical cancer screening program begins at age 25. Any cancer tests taken before that are due to other indications. (e.g. abnormal bleeding).
Very common problem in both young and old, with many different possible causes. It is particularly important to examine those who have been through menopause and/or experience bleeding.
A common cause of infrequent period and infertility. It is important you have reliable information, are instructed in possible lifestyle changes, and possibly stimulation of the ovaries for those who wish to become pregnant.
A challenging problem. The most common issues related to endometriosis are pain and, in some cases, infertility.
It is important to tailor the method of contraception according to each individual's needs. There are many possible
types of birth control pills and the different types suit different women.
For those who choose to use an IUD, they do not need a prescription in advance, we have IUDs here.
Menstrual pain, pain during intercourse, pelvic/abdominal pain, itching/burning in the external genitalia.
For example, pain/burning/other discomfort during intercourse. Bleeding during/after intercourse.
Sexually transmitted diseases, including chlamydia and mycoplasma, fungal infections, changes in discharge.
If you feel any downward pressure in the urinary system or struggle to empty your bladder and/or bowels, the explanation may be prolapse. If this is bothersome, treatment will be recommended, commonly a supportive ring in the vagina or with surgery.
Different types of urine leakage need different treatment methods.
Ailments associated with menopause.
Hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, emotional instability, dry mucous membranes are among the most common ailments that may need treatment.
Are you afraid that it could be cancer?
Ovarian or uterine cancer running in the family?
Bleeding after menopause? New symptoms from the genitals or pelvis/abdomen?