Dr Rabin's Women's Clinic

Dr Rabin's Women's Clinic
Pasir Gudang, Johor, Malaysia

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  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Women Specialist)

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Dr Rabin's Women's Clinic is a Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Women Specialist) clinic servicing community in and around Pasir Gudang, Johor, Malaysia, and is a healthcare partner of Erufu Care Community Medical Support Network.

Established in 2015, this clinic is known for its affordable services that they provide in the Downtown Area of Pasir Gudang, Johor, Malaysia. This includes the clinic's listed signature treatments like Routine Anomaly Scan, Menorrhagia (Irregular Periods) Treatment, Normal Childbirth Delivery, Infertility Treatment and Endometriosis Treatment.

Dr Rabin's Women's Clinic also provides amenities like disabled friendly, wheelchair accessible, waiting area/lounge, children nursery (in-house), children nursery (nearby), breastfeeding room, restaurant/cafeteria (nearby), prayer room and WiFi.

The clinic accepts Cash, Credit Card (Mastercard) and Credit Card (VISA) payments.

You can find the treatments and services list below. Fill up an enquiry message form to get personalised information regarding the particular treatment. The clinic personnel will respond to you the soonest possible, personally.

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Clinic Location & Hours OPEN CLOSE

Suite 3, Level 5,
KPJ Pasir Gudang Specialist Hospital,
Jln Persiaran Dahlia 2, Tmn Bukit Dahlia,,
81200 Pasir Gudang
Johor, Malaysia
Sunday:
08:30 - 17:00
Monday:
08:30 - 17:00
Tuesday:
08:30 - 17:00
Wednesday:
08:30 - 17:00
Thursday:
08:30 - 17:00
Friday:
08:30 - 12:30
Saturday:
Closed

Please enter the lobby of KPJ Pasir Gudang and take the lift which is situated on the right of the reception counter to the level 5. The clinic is located at Suite 3.

Treatments & Estimated Prices

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Pre-Pregnancy & 1st Trimester Pregnancy Care

Pre-Pregnancy & 1st Trimester Pregnancy Care

This can be your first pregnancy health check-up, or any subsequent appointments with your obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G) specialist doctor during your first trimester, which is the 1st to 13th week of your pregnancy. Health screening tests like cervical cancer screening or breastfeeding assessment are done. You can discuss with the doctor to see what the full list of programmes in the 1st trimester pregnancy care are.

Health Screening (Women Specialist)

Health Screening (Women Specialist)

It is important to have your health screened for any health issues or abnormalities from time to time, more so when you're preparing for a pregnancy or are in the midst of one. Health screening for women before or during pregnancy may be different from the usual health screening, with some specific procedures like mammograms and ultrasound scans included. You can contact the clinic to see what health screening packages they provide.

Pap Smear

A Pap smear test, also known as the pap test, is a screening procedure to detect any potential risks of cervical cancer. During the procedure, cells from your cervix (the opening of your uterus) are gently scraped away to be examined for any abnormalities. Cervical cancer screening or pap smear is recommended every 3 years for women aged 21-65.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cervical Cancer

Down Syndrome Test and Treatment

Down Syndrome Test and Treatment

The Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) Neural Tube Defect Screening is a screening procedure to detect any risk of Down Syndrome for the baby during pregnancy. This is usually also done as part of a pregnancy triple test or quadruple test screening procedure.

Blood Screening Test (Haemoglobin Electropheoresis)

Blood Screening Test (Haemoglobin Electropheoresis)

A haemoglobin electropheoresis is a blood screening test to detect different types of haemoglobin in blood. This procedure is usually done as part of a pregnancy health screening to screen for any genetic conditions like thallassemia or sickle cell anaemia. Newborn babies can also undergo this screening test to detect any risks of genetic haemoglobin disorders.

Breastfeeding Assessment

Breastfeeding Assessment

Before or during your pregnancy, you can have a medical assessment to check if your breasts are ready or capable to breastfeed your baby. Your doctor can check on your breastfeeding ability and arrange any necessary procedures to keep you in top condition when your baby comes around, or provide any alternative solution if you opt out of breastfeeding.

Hepatitis B Vaccine

Hepatitis B Vaccine

Hepatitis B screening and vaccine is recommended to be done as early as possible, and is compulsory for all pregnant women who have not been immunized before, and if you have any of the following characteristics: - More than one sex partner during the previous 6 months - Previous evaluation or treatment for a sexually transmitted disease - Recent or current injection of drug use - Hepatitis B-positive sex partner Hepatitis B vaccine is done to minimize the risk of congenital infection and carrier status.

Birth Defect Screening

Birth Defect Screening

Brith defect screenings are usually done as part of a pregnancy triple or quadruple test during the first trimester of pregnancy (usually between weeks 11 to 13). These screenings include blood tests and ultrasounds, to detect any risk of birth defects related to the baby's heart or genetic disorders like Down Syndrome.

Pregnancy Triple Test

Pregnancy Triple Test

A pregnancy triple test is a blood screening test for a pregnant mother that looks for 3 subtances in blood: alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), and estriol (uE3). These are done to analyse how likely an unborn baby is to have certain genetic disorders like Down Syndrome. This test is usually done during the first or second trimester of pregnancy.

Pregnancy Quadruple Test

Pregnancy Quadruple Test

A pregnancy quadruple test is a blood screening test for a pregnant mother that looks for 4 subtances in blood: alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), estriol (uE3), and the hormone Inhibin-A. These are done to analyse how likely an unborn baby is to have certain genetic disorders like Down Syndrome. The test is usually done during the first or second trimester of pregnancy.

Obstetric Risk Factors Examination

Obstetric Risk Factors Examination

An obstetric risk factors examination should be done before or early into your pregnancy so that any pregnancy risks can be examined and ways to reduce the risks can be discussed. Some common symptoms that are examined during this phase are vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain and vomiting. If you feel any discomfort, do let your doctor know so that the right diagnosis can be carried out.

Family Planning Consultation

Family Planning Consultation

Before you have a baby, you can get a family planning consultation so that you and your partner can get medical and social advice from the specialist doctor on your plans in building a family, particularly on the aspect of childbirth in relation to your health condition.

2nd Trimester Pregnancy Care

2nd Trimester Pregnancy Care

The 2nd trimester of your pregnancy is the 14th to 28th week of your pregnancy. During this period, health screening tests like fetal (baby) heartbeat examination and uterus measurement are done. You can discuss with the doctor to see what the full list of programmes in the 2nd trimester pregnancy care are.

Fetal Heartbeat Examination

Fetal Heartbeat Examination

Throughout your pregnancy, your doctor will check the rate and rhythm of your baby's heartbeat to make sure your baby is healthy. Your doctor can check your baby's heartbeat via a Doppler ultrasound or a nonstress test.

Uterus Measurement

Uterus Measurement

During pregnancy, your uterus will grow to prepare yourself for childbirth. So throughout your pregnancy period during your routine check ups by the doctor, your uterus size will be measured to check for any irregularities.

3rd Trimester Pregnancy Care

3rd Trimester Pregnancy Care

The 3rd trimester of your pregnancy is the 28th to 41st week of your pregnancy. During this period, health screening tests like the pregnancy non-stress test and baby gender determination are done. You can discuss with the doctor to see what the full list of programmes in the 3rd trimester pregnancy care are.

Baby Gender Determination

Baby Gender Determination

In the 3rd trimester of your pregnancy, your doctor can begin to conduct tests to determine your baby's gender. This is done either via blood test (noninvasive prenatal testing, NIPT) or an ultrasound. Not everyone can have their babies' gender determined at the same time of pregnancy. Some can have it determined earlier (in the 2nd trimester) while some have it later.

Antenatal Education

Antenatal Education

Antenatal education help you and your partner in your preparation for childbirth and early parenthood, and is a recommended step to take prior to childbirth. You can learn how to be prepared for the highs and lows of parenthood, and handy know-hows when going through the later stages of pregnancy, and when handling your new born baby.

Group B Strep Vaginal and Rectal Culture

Group B Strep Vaginal and Rectal Culture

A Group B Strep Vaginal and Rectal Culture is usually done in the 3rd trimester, around 35-37 weeks. Group B Streptococcus (Group B Strep, or GBS) is a type of bacterial infection that can be found in a pregnant woman's vagina or rectum, and can be passed to the baby during childbirth. Hence, treatment (usually antibiotics) can be planned early if GBS is detected during pregnancy.

Pregnancy Non-Stress Test

Pregnancy Non-Stress Test

A pregnancy non-stress test, also known as fetal (baby) heart rate monitoring, is a common prenatal test to check a baby's health through his or her heartrate. During the test, a belt is attached to the mother's abdomen to measure the baby's heart rate and another belt is used to measure the contractions. Treatment duration: 30 minutes

Post Pregnancy (Postpartum) Care

Post Pregnancy (Postpartum) Care

The postpartum period is the 6 weeks after childbirth. This can be a period of adjustment and healing for mothers, so proper care and checkups with your doctor is important.

Breastfeeding Support and Counseling

Breastfeeding Support and Counseling

Breastfeeding can be a challenge for new mothers, so doctors and nurses are always ready to guide you through this new experience. Talk to your doctor about your concerns and preferences to plan how you can experience breastfeeding with your child comfortably.

Postnatal Education

Postnatal Education

Having a child for the first time can be a challenge for new mothers, so undergoing postnatal education can be very helpful with doctors and nurses to help guide you during this new phase of life. Talk to your doctor about your concerns and preferences to plan how you can get through this period of time with your family comfortably.

Contraceptive Planning

Contraceptive Planning

Contraceptive, or birth control, is how to prevent pregnancy before it begins. After your childbirth, depending on your family planning, you may want to have some contraceptive planning to prevent any pregnancies within a certain period of time. There are several different methods to contraception, you can discuss with your doctor to see which is the most suitable for you according to your needs and preferences.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. There are several different types of ultrasound like 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound, 5D ultrasound, and Doppler ultrasound.

Pregnancy Ultrasound

Pregnancy Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. There are several different types of ultrasound like 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound, 5D ultrasound, and Doppler ultrasound.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Fetal Diseases

2D Ultrasound

2D Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. A 2D ultrasound gives you outlines and flat 2D images, so you and the doctor can see the internal organges of the baby and detect any risks of heart defects, kidney issues or other internal health issues.

3D Ultrasound

3D Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. A 3D ultrasound gives you 3-dimensional images that can see both the internal organs of the baby and also external images that can be helpful in diagnosing physical issues like a cleft lip.

4D Ultrasound

4D Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. A 4D ultrasound gives you 3-dimensional images that can see both the internal organs of the baby and also external physical images, along with the image that is continuously updated so it becomes a moving image like a video.

Fetal Ultrasound Scan

Fetal Ultrasound Scan

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. There are several different types of ultrasound like 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound, 5D ultrasound, and Doppler ultrasound.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Fetal Diseases

Doppler Ultrasound

Doppler Ultrasound

A Doppler Ultrasound is a non-invasive test used to estimate the blood flow in blood vessels. This is obtained through the bouncing high-frequency sound waves (ultrasounds) off the circulating red blood cells. In pregnancy, Doppler ultrasound is used to study the blood circulation in different parts of your fetus (baby) such as the umbilical cord, brain, and heart, your uterus and placenta.

Transvaginal Ultrasound

Transvaginal Ultrasound

A transvaginal ultrasound is an internal ultrasound done through the vagina to examine your uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix and vagina. A transvaginal ultrasound may be done during pregnancy to monitor the heartbeat of the fetus or to diagnose any abnormalities in the female reproductive organ prior to conception. Other that pregnancy, you can also have a transvaginal ultrasound for a screening if you have: - vaginal bleeding - pelvic pain - infertility - cysts or uterine fibroids

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Transvaginal Pelvic Ultrasound

Transvaginal Pelvic Ultrasound

A transvaginal ultrasound is an internal ultrasound done through the vagina to examine your uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix and vagina. A transvaginal ultrasound may be done during pregnancy to monitor the heartbeat of the fetus or to diagnose any abnormalities in the female reproductive organ prior to conception. Other that pregnancy, you can also have a transvaginal ultrasound for a screening if you have: - vaginal bleeding - pelvic pain - infertility - cysts or uterine fibroids

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Pelvic Ultrasound

Pelvic Ultrasound

Pelvic ultrasound uses sound waves to produce pictures of the internal organs around the lower abdomen and pelvis area. It is usually used to examine the reproductive and urinary system. Also known as gynaecological ultrasound, it can also be used during pregnancy to monitor the health and development of the embryo or fetus (baby).

Gynaecological Ultrasound

Gynaecological Ultrasound

Gynaecological ultrasound uses sound waves to produce pictures of the internal organs around the lower abdomen and pelvis area. It is usually used to examine the reproductive and urinary system. Also known as pelvic ultrasound, it can also be used during pregnancy to monitor the health and development of the embryo or fetus (baby).

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Breast Ultrasound

Breast Ultrasound

A breast ultrasound is used to screen for tumours or other breast abnormalities. Using high-frequency sound waves, detailed images of the inside of breasts can be produced for examination.

Pregnancy Sickness Treatment

Pregnancy Sickness Treatment

Pregnancy sickness, also known as morning sickness, is a common pregnancy symptom which can involve, nausea, vomiting, and physical body pain. Pregnancy sickness symptoms usually occur between the 4th to 16th week of pregnancy. Treatments for pregnancy sickness depend on the type of sickness developed and their causes. Consult a doctor if you have recurring symptoms during your pregnancy period.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Pregnancy Sickness
  • Pregnancy Problems

Pregnancy Nausea Treatment

Pregnancy Nausea Treatment

Pregnancy nausea is very common among pregnant mothers, with up to 70% of mothers experiencing it, especially during early pregnancy. The cause of pregnancy nausea is not completely known, but is often linked to hormonal changes during pregnancy. If your pregnancy nausea symptoms are giving your discomfort or affecting your lifestyle, you can consult a women specialist doctor for a treatment.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Pregnancy Nausea
  • Pregnancy Problems

Pregnancy Bleeding Treatment

Pregnancy Bleeding Treatment

Pregnancy bleeding is common and can happen during the first trimester (the first 12 weeks of pregnancy). However, if you experience abnormal bleeding in large amounts or for long periods of time, you should consult a women specialist doctor immediately to check for any complications in your pregnancy.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Pregnancy Bleeding
  • Pregnancy Problems

Pregnancy Heartburn Treatment

Pregnancy Heartburn Treatment

Heartburns are caused by stomach acid that are passed back into the oesophagus from the stomach. And this can be more common during pregnancy because the progesterone hormone causes the valve between the stomach and the oesophagus to relax.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Pregnancy Heartburn
  • Pregnancy Problems

Management of High Risk Pregnancy

Management of High Risk Pregnancy

A high risk pregnancy can be caused by existing health conditions, high blood pressure, diabetes, HIV-related diseases, and other health conditions. Due to a higher risk in pregnancy, a greater number of prenatal care consultations is required for the doctor to monitor your health condition. The doctor will also plan a structured guide for you to follow to minimize any health risks throughout your pregnancy.

Pregnancy Back Pain Treatment

Pregnancy Back Pain Treatment

It is normal to experience back pain during pregnancy. This happens because during your pregnancy, your body produces a hormone called relaxin that relaxes your pelvic area and loosens the pelvic joints to prepare for the childbirth process. However, this same hormone also causes the ligaments that support your spine and backbone to loosen and relax, causing instability and pain. You can let your doctor check on your back pain problem so that your doctor can advise you on the best treatment, whether it is a medical treatment or a daily practice for your back pain relieft.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Pregnancy Back Pain
  • Pregnancy Problems

Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling and Support

Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling and Support

Sometimes not all pregnancies are planned and expected. For unexpected or planned pregnancies, guidance and support can be provided by women specialist doctors so that new and expectant mothers are not alone in handling this new phase of life.

Management of Miscarriages

Management of Miscarriages

Miscarriage, which is the loss of the foetus (baby) during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy, is the most common type of pregnancy loss. During this event, the experience can be a very difficult one for both the mother and the father. Proper management is required during this period of time, and you can always consult your doctor if you need any help of advice.

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Both obstetricians and gynaecologists specialize in women health, focusing on the female reproductive system. Obstetricians do specialized practice in pregnancy and childbirth, why gynaecologists specialize in women reproductive health conditions. If you have a health condition or a pregnancy that you wish to get medical advice for, you can consult an obstetrician or gynaecologist (women specialist).

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Pregnancy Test

Pregnancy Test

A pregnancy test can help us determine if a woman is pregnant or not. There are several methods or procedures that can be used to test for pregnancy, including urine test, blood test and ultrasound.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Fetal Diseases

Normal Childbirth Delivery

Normal Childbirth Delivery

Normal childbirth delivery, or natural labour, is the childbirth through the vagina without any surgery. Childbirth should be done by women specialist doctors or certified mid-wives, and shouldn't be done on your own without any medical supervision.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Labor and Delivery

Cesarean Delivery

Cesarean Delivery

Caesarean Delivery, also known as C-section, is a surgical procedure performed through an incision or a cut of the abdomen in order to deliver the baby out from the mother's uterus. C-section can be done electively according to the mother's preference, or as an emergency measure in cases where natural vaginal delivery has failed. You can discuss with your doctor to see which childbirth procedure is the most suitable for you.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Labor and Delivery

Assisted Forceps/Vacuum Delivery

Assisted Forceps/Vacuum Delivery

An assisted forceps delivery, or also known as a vacuum delivery, is a type of assisted vaginal delivery in the process of natural childbirth. In an assisted forceps delivery, your doctor uses a pair of forceps to guide the baby out of the birth canal as the mother pushes during the delivery process. Assisted forceps delivery is usually done when you have a health concern or if there are complications during natural childbirth.

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Both obstetricians and gynaecologists specialize in women health, focusing on the female reproductive system. Obstetricians do specialized practice in pregnancy and childbirth, why gynaecologists specialize in women reproductive health conditions. If you have a health condition or a pregnancy that you wish to get medical advice for, you can consult an obstetrician or gynaecologist (women specialist).

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Treatments for Menstruation Problems

Treatments for Menstruation Problems

Menstrual cycles often bring about a variety of uncomfortable symptoms leading up to your period. Some of them are:Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS)Heavy periodsAbsent periodsPeriod painFunctional medicine aims to treat the disease naturally, using an approach to treat the root cause and focusing on the person itself. Your functional medicine doctor may suggest some treatments:Clean up your diet: refined flour, sugar, processed food, caffeine, alcoholTake supplementExerciseDestressAcupunctureHerbal formulasThere are still a lot of treatment which can only be prescribed by looking at your condition. Despite the list, the right treatment depends on consultation with your doctor to determine the best treatment for you.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Menstruation Problems

Amenorrhea Treatment

Amenorrhea Treatment

Amenorrhea is the condition where menstruation is not present. Do you have amenorrhea? The usual symptom is if you have missed at least three menstrual periods in a row, or if you haven't begun menstruation by the age of 15. You can consult a women specialist doctor for your absence of period for an accurate diagnosis or treatment.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Amenorrhea

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Treatment

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Treatment

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that can happen to women who are at the reproductive age. Some symptoms of PCOS are irregular periods, increase in male hormones and characteristics, acne problems, and ovaries functioning problems.

PCOS affects 20% of women, and most women don't know about it. It is a condition that can lead to heart problems, diabetes or difficulty to conceive.

PCOS can be caused by different factors and may also lead to complications. An accurate diagnosis by a women specialist doctor is needed to treat the condition.

Technologies
Ovarian Drilling

Menorrhagia (Irregular Periods) Treatment

Menorrhagia (Irregular Periods) Treatment

Menorrhagia is abnormally heavy or prolonged bleeding during a menstrual period. Some of the symptoms of menorrhagia include: - soaking through one or more sanitary pads for several consecutive hours - needing to wake up to change sanitary pads when sleeping at night - menstrual bleeding for more than a week If you have abnormally heavy bleeding during your period, you should consult a women specialist doctor to accurately diagnose the condition.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Metrorrhagia (Irregular Periods)

Dysmenorrhea (Menstrual Cramps) Treatment

Dysmenorrhea (Menstrual Cramps) Treatment

Dysmenorrhea is the pain suffered during menstrual periods, also known as menstrual cramps. While certain degree of period pain is normal, sometimes dysmenorrhea can also be a sign of underlying health conditions like endometriosis. If you consistently suffere from very painful periods, it is best to have a consultation with a women specialist doctor to diagnose any potential health risk.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dysmenorrhea (Menstrual Cramps)

Management of Menopause

Management of Menopause

Menopause is a normal condition that all women will experience, typically around the age of 45 to 55. Menopause happens when the ovaries gradually make less estrogen.Menopause syndrome:Period cycle become irregularHot flashes and night sweatsHormonal imbalance: moodyPhysical changes, etc.These changes happen naturally and functional medicine also suggest that women that is undergoing menopause to change their lifestyle naturally. Natural treatments for menopause and perimenopause work much differently than prescription drugs because they work with your body to naturally prevent or reduce the severity of those symptoms, rather than providing mere temporary relief. By consulting with your doctor, you may be prescribed:Natural herbal remediesOmega-3 fatsHigh-fiber foodsProbiotic foodsThere are still a lot of treatment which can only be prescribed by looking at your condition. Despite the list, the right treatment depends on consultation with your doctor to determine the best treatment for you.

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Both obstetricians and gynaecologists specialize in women health, focusing on the female reproductive system. Obstetricians do specialized practice in pregnancy and childbirth, why gynaecologists specialize in women reproductive health conditions. If you have a health condition or a pregnancy that you wish to get medical advice for, you can consult an obstetrician or gynaecologist (women specialist).

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Infertility Treatment

Infertility Treatment

Infertility in women can be caused by endometriosis, PCOS, etc. One can know that they are infertile when: Has had one or more miscarriage Woman under 35 and haven't gotten pregnant after 12 months of trying Woman over 35 and haven't gotten pregnant after 6 months of trying In men, they have poor semen analysis Infertility in women is treated with fertility drugs, hormones, even surgery. In another case, infertility can also be treated using technology such as IUI, IVF (in vitro fertilization), GIFT or ZIFT. Functional medicine aims to treat the disease naturally, using an approach to treat the root cause and focusing on the person itself. Your functional medicine doctor may suggest you to cut down sugar and processed food, take supplements, fix your gut, exercise, control stress, and get sufficient sleep. However, not all these apply to everyone. Consultation is the most important because your doctor will customize your treatment according to your condition.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Artificial Insemination

Artificial Insemination

Artificial insemination is a fertility treatment to help you get pregnant. During the procedure, the doctor inserts sperm directly into your cervix, fallopian tubes, or uterus to induce a pregnancy directly by making the trip shorter for the sperm to get to the ovum. Artificial insemination is commonly used for fertility problems like low sperm count, weak sperm activity, or endometriosis.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Embryo Transfer

Embryo Transfer

Embryo transfer is the procedure of transferring an embryo to the woman's uterus, usually as the final step in an IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) process. Embryo transfer facilitates conception following fertilisation from the IVF procedure.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Egg Freezing

Egg Freezing

Egg freezing is the procedure to freeze a woman's ovum and store it to preserve reproductive potential in women of reproductive age.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Embryo Freezing

Embryo freezing, also known as cryopreservation, is the process of freezing embryos to preserve their viability so that they can be stored for extended periods.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) is the procedure to identify genetic defects within embryos, usually done before implantation during an IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) process. This allows the doctor to detect and prevent genetic diseases or disorders from being passed on to the child.

Ovulation Induction

Ovulation Induction

Ovulation induction helps to induce your body into producing ovum in the ovaries and be released, to increase the chace of conception through timed sexual intercourse or artificial insemination. Ovulation induction is usually done through taking medication, and is suitable for women who produce a low level of ovulation hormones.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Blastocyst Culture and Transfer

Blastocyst Culture and Transfer

Blastocyst Culture and Transfer is part of the process during IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation). In this procedure, embryos are cultured for 3 days before being transferred into the uterus. Thi is to maximize pregnancy chances and minimize the risk of multiple pregnancies.

IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation)

IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation)

IVF is a procedure to treat fertility problems and help in the successful conception of a child. During an IVF process, mature eggs are retrieved from your ovaries and is fertilised by sperm in a laboratory. Once fertilised, the egg, now an embryo, is implanted into your uterus for the pregnancy to take place. Once cycle of IVF takes approximately 2 weeks.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) Consultation

IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) Consultation
Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Mini IVF (Minimal Stimulation In Vitro Fertilisation)

Mini IVF (Minimal Stimulation In Vitro Fertilisation)

IVF is a procedure to treat fertility problems and help in the successful conception of a child. During an IVF process, mature eggs are retrieved from your ovaries and is fertilised by sperm in a laboratory. Once fertilised, the egg, now an embryo, is implanted into your uterus for the pregnancy to take place. Once cycle of IVF takes approximately 2 weeks. However, in a Mini IVF, minimal amount of oral medication is used to stimulate the ovaries so they produce the maximum number of eggs in a single cycle. You can discuss with your doctor is this procedure is suitable for you.

IVF - ICSI (In Vitro Fertilisation - Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection)

IVF - ICSI (In Vitro Fertilisation - Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection)

IVF is a procedure to treat fertility problems and help in the successful conception of a child. During an IVF process, mature eggs are retrieved from your ovaries and is fertilised by sperm in a laboratory. Once fertilised, the egg, now an embryo, is implanted into your uterus for the pregnancy to take place. With ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection), the difference is that instead of mixing the sperm and egg together in a dish in IVF, ICSI uses the injection of a single sperm directly into a mature egg.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Assisted Hatching

Assisted Hatching

Assisted hatching is the procedure to implant the embryos in the uterine wall to encourage conception. Assisted hatching is usually done as part of IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation).

IUI (Intrauterine Insemination)

IUI (Intrauterine Insemination)

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is carried out by inserting the husband’s sperm into the wife’s womb, where the sperm will fertilise the egg on its own. On the other hand, in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) is where the wife’s egg is extracted from the ovary and combined with the husband’s sperm in a laboratory. The fertilised egg (or embryo) is then inserted back into the wife’s womb. Not every couple seeking treatment will have to undergo IVF. If the husband has a normal sperm count, the wife is producing healthy eggs, and if at least one of the wife’s Fallopian tubes is not blocked, the couple can consider IUI. IVF will usually be considered if the husband’s sperm count is low, the wife is above the age of 40, if both tubes are blocked and if she has not conceived after several attempts of IUI.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)

Frozen embryo transfer is the procedure of transferring a frozen embryo to the woman's uterus, usually as the final step in an IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) process. Embryo transfer facilitates conception following fertilisation from the IVF procedure.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Abdominal Adhesions Treatment

Technologies
Laparoscopic Adhesiolysis

Sperm Donation

Sperm Donation

A man can donate his semen that contains sperm in a sperm donation, to help a woman conceive a baby. Donated sperm can be injected into a woman's reproductive organ (IUI) or used to fertilize mature eggs in a laboratory (IVF).

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Egg Donation

Egg Donation

Egg donation is part of an assisted reproduction treatment where you can donate your eggs to enable another woman to conceive. There are several steps involved in the process, and you should discuss this in advance with your doctor if your are interested in becoming an egg donor.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Sperm Collection

Sperm Collection

Sperm collection is the collection of semen that contains sperm from a man, Collected sperm can be used to help in assisted conception for women, or for tests and analysis.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Sperm Freezing

Sperm that are collected from donation or for tests can be frozen indefinitely until it is needed or used for assisted conception in IUI, IVF, or other procedures. Frozen sperm are stored in a sperm bank.

Fertility Test

Fertility Test

To check whether you are having problems with infertility, you can have a fertility test at a women specialist clinic. A fertility test usually includes blood tests, semen analysis, genetic testing, ultrasound and other screening tests.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Semen Analysis

Semen Analysis

A semen analysis allows your doctor to determine whether or not you may have fertility problems. Through a semen analysis, you can find out: - The concentration of your sperm - The mobility of your sperm - The volume of your semen - The pH value of your semen - The liquefaction time of your semen - The fructose level of your semen

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Hormone Tests

Hormone Tests

Infertility can be caused by various reasons, and one of them is hormonal problems. You can get a hormone test to chekc on your oestrogen and progesterone levels (female hormones) to see if there are any conditions that are affecting your fertility.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Ultrasound - Fertility

Ultrasound - Fertility
Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Hysterosalpingogram (HSG) Tubal Patency Screening

Hysterosalpingogram (HSG) Tubal Patency Screening

A Hysterosalpingogram (HSG) Tubal Patency Screening tests for any blocked fallopian tubes that can cause infertility. During the procedure, the doctor inserts a cannula into your cervix to reach your uterus and take images of your internal reproductive organ with a fluoroscope X-ray to check for any blocked fallopian tubes.

Natural Cycle Monitoring

Natural Cycle Monitoring

Menstrual cycles are the duration between the first days of your periods within 2 months consecutively. Your doctor can help you in monitoring your menstrual cycles to check if there are any abnormalities.

Treatments for Menstruation Problems

Treatments for Menstruation Problems

Menstrual cycles often bring about a variety of uncomfortable symptoms leading up to your period. Some of them are:Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS)Heavy periodsAbsent periodsPeriod painFunctional medicine aims to treat the disease naturally, using an approach to treat the root cause and focusing on the person itself. Your functional medicine doctor may suggest some treatments:Clean up your diet: refined flour, sugar, processed food, caffeine, alcoholTake supplementExerciseDestressAcupunctureHerbal formulasThere are still a lot of treatment which can only be prescribed by looking at your condition. Despite the list, the right treatment depends on consultation with your doctor to determine the best treatment for you.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Menstruation Problems

Amenorrhea Treatment

Amenorrhea Treatment

Amenorrhea is the condition where menstruation is not present. Do you have amenorrhea? The usual symptom is if you have missed at least three menstrual periods in a row, or if you haven't begun menstruation by the age of 15. You can consult a women specialist doctor for your absence of period for an accurate diagnosis or treatment.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Amenorrhea

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Treatment

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Treatment

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that can happen to women who are at the reproductive age. Some symptoms of PCOS are irregular periods, increase in male hormones and characteristics, acne problems, and ovaries functioning problems.

PCOS affects 20% of women, and most women don't know about it. It is a condition that can lead to heart problems, diabetes or difficulty to conceive.

PCOS can be caused by different factors and may also lead to complications. An accurate diagnosis by a women specialist doctor is needed to treat the condition.

Technologies
Ovarian Drilling

Menorrhagia (Irregular Periods) Treatment

Menorrhagia (Irregular Periods) Treatment

Menorrhagia is abnormally heavy or prolonged bleeding during a menstrual period. Some of the symptoms of menorrhagia include: - soaking through one or more sanitary pads for several consecutive hours - needing to wake up to change sanitary pads when sleeping at night - menstrual bleeding for more than a week If you have abnormally heavy bleeding during your period, you should consult a women specialist doctor to accurately diagnose the condition.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Metrorrhagia (Irregular Periods)

Dysmenorrhea (Menstrual Cramps) Treatment

Dysmenorrhea (Menstrual Cramps) Treatment

Dysmenorrhea is the pain suffered during menstrual periods, also known as menstrual cramps. While certain degree of period pain is normal, sometimes dysmenorrhea can also be a sign of underlying health conditions like endometriosis. If you consistently suffere from very painful periods, it is best to have a consultation with a women specialist doctor to diagnose any potential health risk.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dysmenorrhea (Menstrual Cramps)

Fertility Support Counselling

Fertility Support Counselling

The journey of pregnancy and family building isn't the same for everyone. Some of us may have fertility issues, and some of us may not. No matter your condition, your doctor is ready to listen to you and guide you through this period of time and help you in your journey. You can ask for a fertility support counseling from experienced women specialist doctors who have seen it all, and done it all.

Fertility Specialist Consultation

Fertility Specialist Consultation

The medical definition of infertility is failure to conceive a child after regular unprotected sexual intercourse for one year. For couples above the age of 35, this is reduced to six months. Many factors can affect fertility, including age, stress, body weight, smoking and alcohol intake. There are several different procedures for infertility treatment, including IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) and IUI (Intrauterine Insemination). To check whether you are having problems with infertility, you can have a fertility test at a women specialist clinic. A fertility test usually includes blood tests, semen analysis, genetic testing, ultrasound and other screening tests.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Infertility

Tubal Ligation (Tubectomy)

Tubal Ligation (Tubectomy)

Tubal ligation, also known as tubectomy, is the contraception procedure for women. During the procedure, your fallopian tubes are cut, tied, or blocked to permanently prevent pregnancy.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Contraception
Technologies
Minimally Invasive Surgery (Laparoscopic / Keyhole Surgery)

Contraceptive Implant

Contraceptive Implant

A contraceptive implant, also known as Implanon, is a contraceptive implantation device about the size of a match that is inserted into the inner side of a woman’s upper arm.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Contraception

Contraceptive Injection

Contraceptive Injection

A contraceptive injection uses hormone injected into your body to prevent pregnancies. The hormone pregestogen is released into your bloodstream and can prevent pregnancy for about 8 to 13 weeks. Reminder: Any contraceptive injection has to be administered and done by a verified medical doctor.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Contraception

Birth Control Consultation

Birth Control Consultation

Birth control is the procedure to prevent any future pregnancies. There are several methods towards contraception, including condoms, oral contraceptive pills, tubal ligation, and vasectomy. You should discuss with your doctor to decide on which contraceptive method is the best for you.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Obstetric Diseases

Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling and Support

Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling and Support

Sometimes not all pregnancies are planned and expected. For unexpected or planned pregnancies, guidance and support can be provided by women specialist doctors so that new and expectant mothers are not alone in handling this new phase of life.

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Both obstetricians and gynaecologists specialize in women health, focusing on the female reproductive system. Obstetricians do specialized practice in pregnancy and childbirth, why gynaecologists specialize in women reproductive health conditions. If you have a health condition or a pregnancy that you wish to get medical advice for, you can consult an obstetrician or gynaecologist (women specialist).

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Vaginal Itching Treatment

Hysterectomy (Uterus Removal Surgery)

Hysterectomy (Uterus Removal Surgery)

Hysterectomy is the surgical procedure to remove the uterus. Some factors that lead to hysterectomy are uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, or cancer. There are 3 types of hysterectomy: -Total hysterectomy: removal of the entire uterus including the cervix -Partial hysterectomy: removal of upper part of the uterus -Radical hysterectomy: removal of uterus and structures around the uterus Based on the condition requiring hysterectomy, the procedures may differ. You should discuss with your doctor in detail regarding any surgical decisions made.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Endometriosis
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Laparascopic Hysterectomy (TLHBSO)

Laparascopic Hysterectomy (TLHBSO)

Laparascopic Hysterectomy is the surgical procedure to remove the uterus via small incisions rather than traditional surgery. During the procedure, small incisions are made on your abdomen and the surgeon will remove the uterus while viewing from a camera inserted through the incision. Hysterectomy is usually done as a procedure for conditions such as uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, or cancer.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Extrafascial/Extended Hysterectomy (TAHBSO)

Extrafascial/Extended Hysterectomy (TAHBSO)

Extrafascial hysterectomy, also known as extended hysterectomy or total hysterectomy, is the surgical procedure to remove the whole uterus along with the cervix. Some factors that lead to hysterectomy are uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolaps, or cancer. Based on the condition requiring hysterectomy, the procedures may differ. You should discuss with your doctor in detail regarding any surgical decisions made.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Abdominal Hysterectomy (TAHBSO)

Abdominal Hysterectomy (TAHBSO)

An abdominal hysterectomy is the surgical procedure to remove your uterus via making an incision in your lower abdomen. Some factors that lead to hysterectomy are uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, or cancer. There are 3 types of hysterectomy: -Total hysterectomy: removal of the entire uterus including the cervix -Partial hysterectomy: removal of upper part of the uterus -Radical hysterectomy: removal of uterus and structures around the uterus Based on the condition requiring hysterectomy, the procedures may differ. You should discuss with your doctor in detail regarding any surgical decisions made.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Endometriosis
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Both obstetricians and gynaecologists specialize in women health, focusing on the female reproductive system. Obstetricians do specialized practice in pregnancy and childbirth, why gynaecologists specialize in women reproductive health conditions. If you have a health condition or a pregnancy that you wish to get medical advice for, you can consult an obstetrician or gynaecologist (women specialist).

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Vaginal Yeast Infection Treatment

Laparoscopic Gynae Surgery

Endometriosis Treatment

Endometriosis Treatment

Endometriosis is a female reproductive disorder caused by the growth of the endometrium (tissue lining the inside of the uterus) growing outside of the uterus. In a normal condition, the endometrium thickens, breaks down and bleeds during each menstrual cycle. However, having endometriosis means that the endometrium is trapped and cannot be released when it breaks down. Endometriosis can cause painful periods and infertility. There are treatments available for endometriosis and it is best to get medical treatments early.

After a women specialist doctor has tested and diagnosed that you have endometriosis, treatments to help you relieve your pain and help treat the condition can be planned.

Pain medications can be administered to help relieve pain, while a hormone therapy can help to regulate your hormones and treat the endometriosis condition.

In some cases, a surgery to remove the endometriosis implants or to remove the utarus and ovaries completely (for severe cases) may be required. However, it is always advisable to get a 2nd opinion before any major surgery.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Endometriosis

Endometrial Hyperplasia Treatment

Endometrial Hyperplasia Treatment

Endometrial hyperplasia is the condition where the endometrium (tissue lining the inside of the uterus) is too thick. This can be caused by excess oestrogen hormones without the presence of progesterone hormones. In some cases, endometrial hyperplasia may lead to cancer. So it is important that you get treatment as soon as possible. Treatments for endometrial hyperplasia include progestin medication or hysterectomy, depending on the condition.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Endometrial Hyperplasia

Ovarian Cyst Treatment

Ovarian Cyst Treatment

If you have a cyst on your ovary, the doctor will first check the type of the cyst to see if it is fluid filled, solid, or mixed. Treatment to remove the cyst depends on the type of the cyst and the health impact the cyst brings. Some of the treatments include hormonal pills or surgery.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Ovarian Cyst

Removal of Ovarian Cysts

Removal of Ovarian Cysts

If you have a cyst on your ovary, the doctor will first check the type of the cyst to see if it is fluid filled, solid, or mixed. If the doctor determines that the cyst needs to be removed surgicallly, a laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy can be done. Treatment duration: 1-2 hours

Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy

Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy

If you have a cyst on your ovary, the doctor will first check the type of the cyst to see if it is fluid filled, solid, or mixed. If the doctor determines that the cyst needs to be removed surgicallly, a laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy can be done. Treatment duration: 1-2 hours

Diseases and Conditions
  • Ovarian Cyst

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Treatment

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Treatment

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are diseases that are gotten as a result of sexual habits, practices or preferences. Some common STDs are gonorrhea, syphilis, and Herpes viruses. STDs are usually curable apart from HIV/AIDS.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)
  • Skin Disease

Gonorrhea Treatment

Gonorrhea Treatment

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection that can affect both males and females, usually affecting the urethra, cervix, rectum or the throat. Gonorrhea is common and its symptoms can be hard to detect. Treatments usually involves medications or injections.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gonorrhea
  • Skin Disease

Syphilis Treatment

Syphilis Treatment

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection on the skin, usually on the genitals, rectum or mouth. Syphilis can spread from one person to another via skin contact. Early syphilis is mild and can be cured. If left untreated for a long period of time, syphilis can become severe and damage other parts of our body. Treatments for syphilis usually involves medication or injection.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Syphilis
  • Skin Disease

Omentectomy

Omentectomy

Omentectomy is a surgical procedure to remove the omentum. The omentum is a thin fold of abdominal tissue over the stomach, large intestine, and other abdominal organs. Removal of the omentum is usually related to a speard of cancer cells in the area, or when the omentum is causing a problem for the functioning of other organs.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Ovarian Cancer

Removal of Ovaries

Removal of Ovaries

A removal of ovaries is a surgical procedure to remove either one or both of your ovaries due to health conditions. Some of the causes of removal of ovaries are: -a tubo-ovarian abscess (pus-filled growth the the fallopian tube and ovary) -ovarian cancer -endometriosis -benign ovarian tumours or cysts -reduce the risk of ovarian cancer or breast cancer if you are in the high risk group -ovarian torsion (twisted ovary)

Myomectomy

Myomectomy

Myomectomy is the removal of fibroids, a common type of benign growths in the uterus. During the procedure, the surgeon will remove the fibroids and reconstruct the uterus to its original shape and function.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Laparoscopic Myomectomy

Laparoscopic Myomectomy
Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Urinary Incontinence Treatment

Urinary Incontinence Treatment

Urinary incontinence is the condition where a person cannot control the release of urine. Urinary incontinence can affect daily life in the simplest of activities. Simple reactions like laughter and coughs can also cause involuntary urination. Urinary incontinence patients may drink less water to avoid urination, or avoid going out due to the anxiety of their conditions being noticed by others. In some cases, involuntary urination could also occur during sexual intercourse. Urinary incontinence treatment depends on the type of incontinence and also the underlying causes. Consult with your doctor to find out what kind of treatemnt is suitable for your condition.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Urinary Incontinence

Vaginitis Treatment

Vaginitis Treatment

Vaginitis is the inflammation of the vagina that can be caused by bacteria infection, yeast infection, or trichomoniasis (a parasite-caused disease transmitted by sexual intercourse). Some symptoms of vaginitis are change in colour, odour or discharge amount from your vagina, vaginal itching, and pain during urination or sexual intercourse. The treatment of vaginitis depends on the cause of the condition. You can consult a women specialist doctor to see what treatment is the most suitable for you.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Vaginitis

Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding Treatment

Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding Treatment

Dysfunctional uterine bleeding, or abnormal uterine bleeding, is vaginal bleeding outside of menstrual cycles. This can be spotting, heavy bleeding, or bleeding after sexual intercourse. Dysfunctional uterine bleeding can be caused by hormonal problems or physical organ problems. You can get your condition diagnosed by a women specialist doctor to have an accurate treatment.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Treatment

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Treatment

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that can happen to women who are at the reproductive age. Some symptoms of PCOS are irregular periods, increase in male hormones and characteristics, acne problems, and ovaries functioning problems.

PCOS affects 20% of women, and most women don't know about it. It is a condition that can lead to heart problems, diabetes or difficulty to conceive.

PCOS can be caused by different factors and may also lead to complications. An accurate diagnosis by a women specialist doctor is needed to treat the condition.

Technologies
Ovarian Drilling
Ovarian drilling, also known as multiperforation or laparoscopic ovarian diathermy, is a surgical technique of puncturing the membranes surrounding the ovary with a laser beam or a surgical needle using minimally invasive laparoscopic procedures. It differs from ovarian wedge resection, because resection involves the cutting of tissue. Minimally invasive ovarian drilling procedures have replaced wedge resections.

Vaginal Bleeding Treatment

Vaginal Bleeding Treatment

Vaginal bleeding is any bleeding from the vaginal outside of your usual menstrual cycles. This can be spotting, heavy bleeding, or bleeding after sexual intercourse. Vaginal bleeding can be a symptom of several differenct diseases, from endometriosis to hormonal problems and reproductive organ injuries. You should get your condition diagnosed by a women specialist doctor to receive an accurate treatment.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Vaginal Bleeding

Chronic Pelvic Pain (Lower Abdominal Pain) Treatment

Chronic Pelvic Pain (Lower Abdominal Pain) Treatment

Chronic pelvic pain is the pain that you feel in the area between your belly button and your hips, that lasts for six months or longer. These pains can be sharp and acute, or chronic over long periods of time. You may also feel heavy pressure in your pelvis, pain during intercourse, and pain when going to the toilet. The causes of chronic pelvic pain can be wide, as different factors ranging from endometriosis to fibroids and inflammatory diseases can all cause pelvic pain. You should get your condition diagnosed by a doctor to receive an accurate treatment.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain (Lower Abdominal Pain)

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) Treatment

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) Treatment

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) is a vaginal infection caused by sexually transmitted bacteria, usually affecting your uterus, fallopian tubes or ovaries. Some of the symptoms of PID include: -lower abdomen and pelvic pain -heavy vaginal discharge with odour -abnormal vaginal bleeding outside of menstrual periods -pain or bleeding during sexual intercourse and urination You should consult a doctor immediately to diagnose and treat this disease before it develops further.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treatment

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treatment

Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition where an organ in the pelvis slips down from their normal position and bulge into the womb (uterus), bowel, bladder, or vagina. Some of the symptoms you will experience if you have a pelvic organ prolapse are: -heavy feeling around your pelvis -discomfort and feeling like there is something in your vagina -a bulge or lump in your vagina -urinary incontinence (problem controlling urination) or a feeling like your bladder is never empty Mild pelvic organ prolapse may not require treatment, but if you feel discomfort, you can consult a women specialist doctor to see if you may require a treatment or surgery, depending on the type and severity of the prolapse.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Abdominal Adhesions Treatment

Technologies
Laparoscopic Adhesiolysis

Cervical Infection Treatment

Cervical Infection Treatment

Cervical infection can cause inflammation on the cervix and vagina, with symptoms like vaginal discharge, vaginal itching and vaginal pain during urination and sexual intercourse. Cervical infection can be caused by bacteria, virus, or in some cases maybe a sign of cervical cancer. Therefore, you should consult a women specialist doctor immediately to diagnose the problem.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cervical Infection
  • Gynaecological Diseases
  • Cervical Diseases

Laparoscopic Gynae Surgery

Fibroid Removal

Fibroid Treatment

Ovarian Cyst Treatment

Ovarian Cyst Treatment

If you have a cyst on your ovary, the doctor will first check the type of the cyst to see if it is fluid filled, solid, or mixed. Treatment to remove the cyst depends on the type of the cyst and the health impact the cyst brings. Some of the treatments include hormonal pills or surgery.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Ovarian Cyst

Removal of Ovarian Cysts

Removal of Ovarian Cysts

If you have a cyst on your ovary, the doctor will first check the type of the cyst to see if it is fluid filled, solid, or mixed. If the doctor determines that the cyst needs to be removed surgicallly, a laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy can be done. Treatment duration: 1-2 hours

Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy

Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy

If you have a cyst on your ovary, the doctor will first check the type of the cyst to see if it is fluid filled, solid, or mixed. If the doctor determines that the cyst needs to be removed surgicallly, a laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy can be done. Treatment duration: 1-2 hours

Diseases and Conditions
  • Ovarian Cyst

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment

The cervix is the lower part of the uterus which extends slightly into the top of vagina. It is also called as the neck of the womb (uterus). It is covered by a thin layer of tissue made of cells. Healthy cells grow, divide and replaced as needed. Cancer of the cervix happens when these cells change, grow out of control rapidly into deeper layers or spread to other organs. The cancer cells form a mass of tissue called a cancerous (malignant) tumour. A regular Pap smear test can detect abnormal cells before they become a cancer. Abnormal cells and tissues can be treated by simple procedures such as colposcopy* and large loop excision of the cervix (LLETZ)*. These procedures can completely remove abnormal tissue before becoming cancer. If the cancer is only confined to the cervix, surgical operations like the Wertheim’s hysterectomy* can remove the cancerous tumour completely. Cervical cancer at the early stage is curable if treated appropriately by trained Gynae-Oncologists. However, patients still need to have follow up for surveillance. If cervical cancer is at the late stages, surgical procedures to remove the uterus and cervix like hysterectomy may be required.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cervical Cancer

Pap Smear

A Pap smear test, also known as the pap test, is a screening procedure to detect any potential risks of cervical cancer. During the procedure, cells from your cervix (the opening of your uterus) are gently scraped away to be examined for any abnormalities. Cervical cancer screening or pap smear is recommended every 3 years for women aged 21-65.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer Prevention (HPV Vaccination)

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination is one of the most common prevention procedure of cervical cancer. HPV infection typically don't cause symptoms or go away on their own, but some types can cause cervical cancer or other cancers. HPV vaccination is reccommended for all women and girls starting from 11-12 years old through 26 years old. You should also get HPV vaccine before becoming sexually active and exposed to HPV.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer Test (Cervical Biopsy)

A cervical biopsy is a procedure to test for cervical cancer or other health conditions by examining a tissue taken from the cervix. Cervical biopsy is usually done as the next step folling any suspicions of cervical cancer in screenings.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cervical Cancer

Abnormal Pap Smear Treatment

Abnormal Pap Smear Treatment

A Pap smear test, also known as the pap test, is a screening procedure to detect any potential risks of cervical cancer. During the procedure, cells from your cervix (the opening of your uterus) are gently scraped away to be examined for any abnormalities. What is an abnormal pap smear? An abnormal pap smear result is caused by abnormal cell changes due to certain types of human papillomavirus (HPV). This can be a sign of cervical cancer or other female reproductive system health conditions. In this case, it is best to seek for treatment immediately. You can discuss with your doctor for the most accurate treatment for your condition.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cervical Cancer
  • Cervical Diseases
  • Gynaecological Diseases
  • Abnormal Pap Smear

Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment

Ovarian cancer is the cancer on the ovaries in the female reproductive system. Ovarian cancer is often not noticed until it has spread to other organs in the pelvis and abdomen. Early stages of ovarian cancer is more likely to be treated successfully, so it is important to be vigilant of any signs or symptoms of ovarian cancer, which include: -abdominal bloating or swelling -abnormal weight loss -discomfort in the pelvis area -abnormal constipation -frequent urination It is best to have regular screening and tests to check for any presence of cancer cells so that early diagnosis and treatment can be done.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Ovarian Cancer

Uterine Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment

Uterine Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment

Uterine cancer is also known as endometrial cancer or uterus cancer. It affects the uterus and can spread to other parts of the female reproductive organ. Uterine cancer is usually able to be detected early due to its obvious symptoms, and early treatment with surgery can usually cure the cancer. The symptoms of uterine cancer include: -vaginal bleeding outside of menstrual periods -abnormal vaginal discharge with or without blood -pelvic pain Treatment for cancer involves the removal of the uterus, either a part or the whole, to get rid of the cancer affected area.

Hysterectomy (Uterus Removal Surgery)

Hysterectomy (Uterus Removal Surgery)

Hysterectomy is the surgical procedure to remove the uterus. Some factors that lead to hysterectomy are uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, or cancer. There are 3 types of hysterectomy: -Total hysterectomy: removal of the entire uterus including the cervix -Partial hysterectomy: removal of upper part of the uterus -Radical hysterectomy: removal of uterus and structures around the uterus Based on the condition requiring hysterectomy, the procedures may differ. You should discuss with your doctor in detail regarding any surgical decisions made.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Endometriosis
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Laparascopic Hysterectomy (TLHBSO)

Laparascopic Hysterectomy (TLHBSO)

Laparascopic Hysterectomy is the surgical procedure to remove the uterus via small incisions rather than traditional surgery. During the procedure, small incisions are made on your abdomen and the surgeon will remove the uterus while viewing from a camera inserted through the incision. Hysterectomy is usually done as a procedure for conditions such as uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, or cancer.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Extrafascial/Extended Hysterectomy (TAHBSO)

Extrafascial/Extended Hysterectomy (TAHBSO)

Extrafascial hysterectomy, also known as extended hysterectomy or total hysterectomy, is the surgical procedure to remove the whole uterus along with the cervix. Some factors that lead to hysterectomy are uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolaps, or cancer. Based on the condition requiring hysterectomy, the procedures may differ. You should discuss with your doctor in detail regarding any surgical decisions made.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Abdominal Hysterectomy (TAHBSO)

Abdominal Hysterectomy (TAHBSO)

An abdominal hysterectomy is the surgical procedure to remove your uterus via making an incision in your lower abdomen. Some factors that lead to hysterectomy are uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, or cancer. There are 3 types of hysterectomy: -Total hysterectomy: removal of the entire uterus including the cervix -Partial hysterectomy: removal of upper part of the uterus -Radical hysterectomy: removal of uterus and structures around the uterus Based on the condition requiring hysterectomy, the procedures may differ. You should discuss with your doctor in detail regarding any surgical decisions made.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Endometriosis
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Myomectomy

Myomectomy

Myomectomy is the removal of fibroids, a common type of benign growths in the uterus. During the procedure, the surgeon will remove the fibroids and reconstruct the uterus to its original shape and function.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Laparoscopic Myomectomy

Laparoscopic Myomectomy
Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Omentectomy

Omentectomy

Omentectomy is a surgical procedure to remove the omentum. The omentum is a thin fold of abdominal tissue over the stomach, large intestine, and other abdominal organs. Removal of the omentum is usually related to a speard of cancer cells in the area, or when the omentum is causing a problem for the functioning of other organs.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Ovarian Cancer

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Consultation

Both obstetricians and gynaecologists specialize in women health, focusing on the female reproductive system. Obstetricians do specialized practice in pregnancy and childbirth, why gynaecologists specialize in women reproductive health conditions. If you have a health condition or a pregnancy that you wish to get medical advice for, you can consult an obstetrician or gynaecologist (women specialist).

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Mammogram

Mammogram

A mammogram is a screening for the breast to look for any abnormalities or changes to the breast tissue, usually done to screen for any presence of cancer. Mammograms take x-ray images of the breast and is able to show any lumps or presence of cancer cells.

Urine Testing

Urine Testing

To get a doctor started on listing your symptoms, disease, and treatments you need, you will go through a set of interviews and tests, including blood test, urine test, and stool test. Urine test, or also known as urine analysis (UA), or urinalysis is a series of tests on your pee. They can detect diseases such as kidney disease, liver disease, and diabetes in their early stages. Medical professionals use urine test to detect: Urine pH Protein in urine White blood cells/leukocytes in urine Glucose in urine Blood in urine, etc. Consultation is the essence of functional medicine. Consult with your doctor and find out whether you need a urine test in your set of treatments.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. There are several different types of ultrasound like 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound, 5D ultrasound, and Doppler ultrasound.

Pregnancy Ultrasound

Pregnancy Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. There are several different types of ultrasound like 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound, 5D ultrasound, and Doppler ultrasound.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Fetal Diseases

2D Ultrasound

2D Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. A 2D ultrasound gives you outlines and flat 2D images, so you and the doctor can see the internal organges of the baby and detect any risks of heart defects, kidney issues or other internal health issues.

3D Ultrasound

3D Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. A 3D ultrasound gives you 3-dimensional images that can see both the internal organs of the baby and also external images that can be helpful in diagnosing physical issues like a cleft lip.

4D Ultrasound

4D Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. A 4D ultrasound gives you 3-dimensional images that can see both the internal organs of the baby and also external physical images, along with the image that is continuously updated so it becomes a moving image like a video.

Fetal Ultrasound Scan

Fetal Ultrasound Scan

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. There are several different types of ultrasound like 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound, 5D ultrasound, and Doppler ultrasound.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Fetal Diseases

Doppler Ultrasound

Doppler Ultrasound

A Doppler Ultrasound is a non-invasive test used to estimate the blood flow in blood vessels. This is obtained through the bouncing high-frequency sound waves (ultrasounds) off the circulating red blood cells. In pregnancy, Doppler ultrasound is used to study the blood circulation in different parts of your fetus (baby) such as the umbilical cord, brain, and heart, your uterus and placenta.

Transvaginal Ultrasound

Transvaginal Ultrasound

A transvaginal ultrasound is an internal ultrasound done through the vagina to examine your uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix and vagina. A transvaginal ultrasound may be done during pregnancy to monitor the heartbeat of the fetus or to diagnose any abnormalities in the female reproductive organ prior to conception. Other that pregnancy, you can also have a transvaginal ultrasound for a screening if you have: - vaginal bleeding - pelvic pain - infertility - cysts or uterine fibroids

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Transvaginal Pelvic Ultrasound

Transvaginal Pelvic Ultrasound

A transvaginal ultrasound is an internal ultrasound done through the vagina to examine your uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix and vagina. A transvaginal ultrasound may be done during pregnancy to monitor the heartbeat of the fetus or to diagnose any abnormalities in the female reproductive organ prior to conception. Other that pregnancy, you can also have a transvaginal ultrasound for a screening if you have: - vaginal bleeding - pelvic pain - infertility - cysts or uterine fibroids

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Pelvic Ultrasound

Pelvic Ultrasound

Pelvic ultrasound uses sound waves to produce pictures of the internal organs around the lower abdomen and pelvis area. It is usually used to examine the reproductive and urinary system. Also known as gynaecological ultrasound, it can also be used during pregnancy to monitor the health and development of the embryo or fetus (baby).

Gynaecological Ultrasound

Gynaecological Ultrasound

Gynaecological ultrasound uses sound waves to produce pictures of the internal organs around the lower abdomen and pelvis area. It is usually used to examine the reproductive and urinary system. Also known as pelvic ultrasound, it can also be used during pregnancy to monitor the health and development of the embryo or fetus (baby).

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Breast Ultrasound

Breast Ultrasound

A breast ultrasound is used to screen for tumours or other breast abnormalities. Using high-frequency sound waves, detailed images of the inside of breasts can be produced for examination.

Routine Anomaly Scan

Routine Anomaly Scan

A routine anomaly scan is usually done during the second trimester of pregnancy to check on any abnormalities in your womb or on your baby. Anomaly scan specificaly focuses on checking if your baby is developing normally, and look at where the placenta is lying during your pregnancy.

Chromosomal Abnormalities Screening

Chromosomal Abnormalities Screening

Chromosomal abnormalities screening is usually done as part of health screening during the first trimester. This screening checks for any risks of chromosomal abnormalities like Down Syndrome. During the test, the doctor will do an ultrasound examination and also take a blood test from the mother to screen for any chromosomal abnormalities.

Echocardiogram (ECG)

Echocardiogram (ECG)

An Echocardiogram (ECG) is a screening test that uses sound waves to produce images of your heart in order to monitor your heart beating and pumping blood. ECG is used to identify any heart disease or health conditions related to the heart.

Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling and Support

Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling and Support

Sometimes not all pregnancies are planned and expected. For unexpected or planned pregnancies, guidance and support can be provided by women specialist doctors so that new and expectant mothers are not alone in handling this new phase of life.

Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy

A hysterocopy is a screening procedure to examine the inside of the uterus (womb). During the procedure, a hysteroscope is used. This is a narrow telescope with a light and a camera to take images of the inside of your uterus for examination. Hysteroscopy is done to detect and examine problems related to vaginal bleeding, infertility, fibroids and cancer.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Colposcopy

Colposcopy

Colposcopy is a screening procedure to examine your cervix, vagina and vulva for any signs of disease or health conditions. During the procedure, a colposcope is inserted into your vagina for the doctor to have a clear view of the inside of your reproductive organ. Colposcopy is done to detect and examine problems related to genital warts, inflammation of cervix, and any changes to the cervix, vagina and vulva. A colposcopy is also done following an abnormal Pap test (cervical cancer test) result.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Abnormal Pap Smear
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Breast Examination

Breast Examination

A breast examination is done via a mammogram. A mammogram is a screening for the breast to look for any abnormalities or changes to the breast tissue, usually done to screen for any presence of cancer. Mammograms take x-ray images of the breast and is able to show any lumps or presence of cancer cells.

Diagnostic Laparoscopy

Diagnostic Laparoscopy

A diagnostic laparoscopy is a surgical diagnostic procedure to examine a woman's reproductive organs. During the procedure, a small incision is made in the abdomen for a thin viewing tube like a telescope to pass throught and show images of the inside of the reproductive organ. A laparoscopy is done to check for any abnormalities in the reproductive organ.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Cervical Screening

Cervical Screening

A Pap smear test, also known as the pap test, is a screening procedure to detect any potential risks of cervical cancer. During the procedure, cells from your cervix (the opening of your uterus) are gently scraped away to be examined for any abnormalities. Cervical cancer screening or pap smear is recommended every 3 years for women aged 21-65.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cervical Diseases
  • Cervical Cancer
  • Cervical Infection
  • Gynaecological Diseases

Blood Type and Rh Factor with Antibody Screening

Blood Type and Rh Factor with Antibody Screening

As part of health screening, a blood test can give you your blood type and Rhesus (Rh) factor analysis. The Rh factor is a protein found in your blood. If you have the protein, you are Rh positive, and if you don't, you are Rh negative. Before pregnancy, this test is done because if you are Rh negative and your husband is Rh positive, your baby may be Rh positive and that might pose a health risk for you.

Blood Anaemia Testing

Blood Anaemia Testing

As part of health screening, blood anaemia testing can give you an analysis of whether or not you have sufficient red blood cells to carry oxygen to your body's tissues.

Women Diseases Carrier Status Screening

Women Diseases Carrier Status Screening

Before your pregnancy, it is an important step to check if you have any disease carrier that may not affect you but can be passed down to the baby. This screening is usually done by a women specialist doctor as part of pre-pregnancy consultation to ensure a healthy and comfortable pregnancy journey.

Rubella Screening

Rubella Screening

Rubella is also known as German measles, and is an infection caused by the rubella virus. Rubella can cause rashes on the skin, and is spread from one person to another when the infected person coughs or sneezes. Blood test is usually needed to accurately diagnose for rubella, followed by treatments.

Varicella Screening

Varicella Screening

Varicella is the virus that causes chickenpox and shingles, and can cause skin rashes, itchy blisters, and pain. Chickenpox is usually mild but can be dangerous for infants, adolescents, pregnant women, and people with weakened immune systems.

Syphilis Treatment

Syphilis Treatment

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection on the skin, usually on the genitals, rectum or mouth. Syphilis can spread from one person to another via skin contact. Early syphilis is mild and can be cured. If left untreated for a long period of time, syphilis can become severe and damage other parts of our body. Treatments for syphilis usually involves medication or injection.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Syphilis
  • Skin Disease

Gonorrhea Treatment

Gonorrhea Treatment

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection that can affect both males and females, usually affecting the urethra, cervix, rectum or the throat. Gonorrhea is common and its symptoms can be hard to detect. Treatments usually involves medications or injections.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gonorrhea
  • Skin Disease

Chlamydia Test

Chlamydia Test

Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease that can be transmitted to oral, vaginal, or anal sex. Chlamydia can be treated using antibiotics but should be diagnosed early. Some of the symptoms of Chlamydia are: -abnormal vaginal discharge -burning sensation with urinating

Hepatitis B Vaccine

Hepatitis B Vaccine

Hepatitis B screening and vaccine is recommended to be done as early as possible, and is compulsory for all pregnant women who have not been immunized before, and if you have any of the following characteristics: - More than one sex partner during the previous 6 months - Previous evaluation or treatment for a sexually transmitted disease - Recent or current injection of drug use - Hepatitis B-positive sex partner Hepatitis B vaccine is done to minimize the risk of congenital infection and carrier status.

HIV Screening

HIV Screening

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that attackes th immune system and makes our body defenseless against illnesses and diseases. HIV is a sexual transmitted disease that can also be transmitted through blood contact. HIV screening is part of many health screening procedures, and is especially important for couples before they engage in sexual intercourse and women who want to get pregnant.

Glucose Tolerance Test

Glucose Tolerance Test

Glucose tolerance test is a test to see how well your body can absorb glucose and sugar. It is a method to test for diabetes. During the procedure, your blood sample will be taken both before and after you are given glucose to drink.

Diabetes Screening

Diabetes Screening

A diabetes screening is a simple test to measure blood sugar levels after 8 hours of fassting. Diabetes is a disease that is difficult to cure and can only be managed. Early detection of diabetes is important to manage the disease well.

Posterior Vaginal Wall Repair

Posterior Vaginal Wall Repair

A posterior vaginal wall repair is the surgical restoration of the layer between the rectum and the vagina. This is usually done as a treatment for posterior vaginal wall prolapse.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Prolapse Virginal Wall

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treatment

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treatment

Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition where an organ in the pelvis slips down from their normal position and bulge into the womb (uterus), bowel, bladder, or vagina. Some of the symptoms you will experience if you have a pelvic organ prolapse are: -heavy feeling around your pelvis -discomfort and feeling like there is something in your vagina -a bulge or lump in your vagina -urinary incontinence (problem controlling urination) or a feeling like your bladder is never empty Mild pelvic organ prolapse may not require treatment, but if you feel discomfort, you can consult a women specialist doctor to see if you may require a treatment or surgery, depending on the type and severity of the prolapse.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Urinary Incontinence Treatment

Urinary Incontinence Treatment

Urinary incontinence is the condition where a person cannot control the release of urine. Urinary incontinence can affect daily life in the simplest of activities. Simple reactions like laughter and coughs can also cause involuntary urination. Urinary incontinence patients may drink less water to avoid urination, or avoid going out due to the anxiety of their conditions being noticed by others. In some cases, involuntary urination could also occur during sexual intercourse. Urinary incontinence treatment depends on the type of incontinence and also the underlying causes. Consult with your doctor to find out what kind of treatemnt is suitable for your condition.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Urinary Incontinence

Note: The above procedures/treatments are a sample of treatments available at the clinic/hospital, all enquiries welcome. The provision of estimated prices aims to facilitate and enables patients to be better prepared financially before undergoing a medical procedure. Kindly note that actual bill size may vary in accordance to the patient’s medical condition and/or due to unforeseen complications that may arise during admission. Further, the healthcare provider reserves the right to revise its prices at its sole discretion and without prior notice.

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good doc n team.sweet moment.
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we had the best birth experience with dr. rabin and team. thank you so much
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Good consultation and professional
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Thank you for delivering my baby boy and all the care leading up to the delivery ~ 🤗🤗
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Labor and Delivery, Prenatal Care
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Tq dr rabin and staff labour room.. i give u 5 star hihiihihi.. #5.12.2018
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Labor and Delivery
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Your the most wonderful OB doctor. He did two of my CS operation and both did well. From the beginning of pregnancy until the end you truly guide and took care of me. My scar doesn’t look like i had 3 CS operation. Your in good hands with him.
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Cesarean Delivery, Prenatal Care
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We would very much recommend Dr. Rabin! As a first time parents, our monthly check-up were always filled with many, many questions - topic varies from time to time. Dr. Rabin has shown so much patience in anwering all our questions, though sometimes we know he has quite a busy day. During my delivery day, I knew things were going to change from initial plan, when I was told that I needed to be induced. My husband and I had hoped for a natural childbirth but as things progressed, we realised that wasn't going to happen. I ended up with C Section - I feel like I could not have been in better hands on the day our baby came into the world! Your encouragement and guidance was golden and we couldnt thank you enough. You are the best Doctor 😎
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Cesarean Delivery
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Thank u Dr Rabindran for your professionalism! You have a miracle hands that help me through natural delivery within an hour!
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Normal Childbirth Delivery
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Thank you Allah! AND Thank you Dr. RABIN. I was grateful that my experience was so positive. My heartfelt thanks to you and the nurses who assisted. ALLAH BLESS YOU ALL... STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.....
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I have had nothing but WONDERFUL and POSITIVE EXPERIENCES with Dr Rabin and fellow staffs in this clinic. Dr always provided the absolute best care, best advice and treatments for every visit and every issue. If you are looking for a doctor who is knowledgeable, accomodating and concerned, then Dr Rabin is the one you should consider visiting.
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thanks doc for deliver my first baby���
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Labor and Delivery
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Good doctor.. Very helful..thanks a lot Dr Rabin..
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Rabin is a doctor with a passion and very skillful
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DR RABIN INDEED VERY SPECIAL PERSON ..HE BELIEVES IN WHAT HE IS DOING. ..THAT SHOWS HIS COMMITMENT THRU HIS WORK AND WORK...

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