top of page

Women's health



CST / Pap smear

Sexual health

Breast care

Menstrual issues

Antenatal & Perinatal

Emotional wellbeing


Contraception is a personal choice, and every woman has different concerns about which contraception is suitable for them. Our doctors can explain the risks and benefits of each contraceptive type, and find a suitable method for you. Options include:


  • Combined oral contraceptive

  • Mirena intrauterine device

  • Copper intra uterine device

  • Progesterone only pill (mini pill)

  • Implanon subdermal implant

  • Nuvaring (intra vaginal contraceptive ring)

  • Depo-Ralovera injections

  • Rhythm Method

  • Condoms

  • Morning After Pill / Emergency Contraceptive Pill

Menstrual Concerns

Irregular periods

PMS (premenstrual syndrome)

PMDD (Premenstrual dysphoric disorder)

Menorrhagia (heavy bleeding)

Break through bleeding, cramping, amenorrhoea (absence of periods) are just some of the many concerns you may be experiencing with your menstrual cycle. Our doctors can investigate the cause, and suggest any actions to improve your quality of life. 


Sexual Health Issues

As well as contraception, our doctors can provide a range of other sexual health advice.


  • Sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise in Australia, and our doctors can discreetly test for sexually transmitted diseases (Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, HIV, Herpes Simplex, and Syphilis). If diagnosed, our doctors can explain the required treatment plan, and assess the need for any further investigations

  • Our clinic can provide a Sexual Health Check Certificate of Attendance

  • Advice on unplanned pregnancy


Infertility can affect both men and women of any age. It is described as 6 months of unsuccessful conception for women aged 35 and over, or 12 months for women under the age of 35. There are many different causes of infertility, such as age, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, hormonal imbalances, irregular cycles and undiagnosed sexually transmitted infections. Our doctors can undertake the necessary investigations to determine if any underlying issues are causing any fertility problems. 


Pap Smears

A pap smear is a simple procedure where a number of cells from your cervix are collected and sent off to pathology to test for any abnormalities. This test is a screening tool used to establish the future risk of  cervical cancer, and is recommended to be undertaken every 2 years. 


Breast Checks


Pre Pregnancy Advice

Before trying to fall pregnant, a talk with your doctor is a great way to ensure you start your journey to parenthood on the right path. A consultation with your doctor before you try for children is a great time to discuss any health issues, checking the suitability of your medication in pregnancy, getting your chronic illnesses under control and establishing any supplements you might need to support your pregnancy. Discussing any diet and lifestyle changes before you fall pregnant is also recommended. 


Perinatal Care



Usually occurring between the ages of 45 and 55, menopause is a natural process that culminates in a woman’s final period. The years preceding your final period can be filled with symptoms such as night sweats, hot flushes, mood changes, loss of libido, irregular or heavy periods, itchy skin, osteoporosis, vaginal dryness, discomfort with sexual intercourse, headaches, and difficulty in sleeping. Our doctors can investigate your menopause and establish whether you could benefit from Hormone replacement therapy (HRT). 

bottom of page