As a woman, your sexual and reproductive health should be a priority. With us, you can address issues promptly and take great preventive care of your body.

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Gynaecology is a medical specialty dedicated to maintaining and treating the female reproductive system and other aspects of women’s health. At gynaecology visits, we can help you address issues related to the following organs:

  • Vulva
  • Vagina
  • Cervix
  • Uterus
  • Fallopian tubes
  • Ovaries

Gynaecologists also helps patients navigate various life stages, including puberty, pregnancy, and menopause.

Dr Hall specialises in treating sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), provides contraception and family planning, address hormone imbalances, and more.

One of the most important reasons to visit your gynaecologist is for your well-woman annual exam. The exam happens once a year, and you should start attending them as an adolescent. 

Visiting a gynaecologist once a year allows you to learn more about your body and its systems and patterns. Your gynaecologist can also identify diseases and complications early on before you notice any symptoms.

You should also visit your gynaecologist if you experience unusual symptoms or changes in your reproductive functioning. A few reasons to book an appointment are:

  • Abnormal bleeding
  • Pelvic pain
  • Irregular menstruation
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Urinary incontinence
  • STD testing and treatment

Your gynaecologist can help you with issues unrelated to your sexual and reproductive system, too. For example, they can provide guidance or treatment for conditions like depression and anxiety, diabetes, osteoporosis, and other chronic conditions.

Available gynaecological services include:

  • Well-woman annual exams

Well-woman annual exams are preventive health care visits. During these visits, your provider gives you a pelvic examination to check for unusual features and abnormalities with your organs. They can also answer your questions about your sexual health and general health.

  • Pap smears

A Pap smear is a screening test for cervical cancer. During a pelvic exam, your provider collects a sample of cells from your cervix and sends them to a lab for testing. You should get a Pap smear once every two years starting at age 21 during your well-woman annual exam.

  • Mammography

Mammograms are screening tests for breast cancer that involve X-ray imaging of your breast tissues. You should start getting annual mammograms around age 40-45.

If it’s time for your next preventive gynaecology visit or if you have concerns about your health, call our practice, or contact us online today.

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