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FOR PATIENTS WITH NO MEDICAL CONDITION

  • Annual comprehensive gynaecological check-ups
  • Identification of risk factors for gynaecological and non-gynaecological illnesses and advice
  • Monitoring of vaccination status and administration of recommended vaccinations, including the HPV vaccine

FOR PREGNANT PATIENTS

  • Advice on all matters before, during and after pregnancy
  • Regular check-ups for normal pregnancies
  • Ultrasound examinations including measurement of nuchal translucency during the 12th week of pregnancy and foetal organ screening during the 22nd week of pregnancy
  • Care of patients with high-risk pregnancies and those with disorders
  • Monitoring of foetal heart sounds (CTG)
  • Necessary laboratory tests
  • Care during labour as well extended stays following childbirth for patients with additional insurance

FOR PATIENTS WANTING CONTRACEPTION

  • Advice on all types of contraception with assessment of the advantages and disadvantages
  • Insertion and removal of contraceptive coils and contraceptive implants

FOR PATIENTS WITH MEDICAL CONDITIONS

Examination and treatment of:

  • Abdominal pain, pain during menstruation
  • Bleeding disorders
  • Genital infections
  • Breast disorders (lumps, pain)
  • Disorders of the uterus and ovaries

FOR PATIENTS WITH URINARY PROBLEMS

Examination and treatment of:

  • Involuntary urination
  • Frequent urge to urinate
  • Cystitis
  • Urodynamic examinations and cystoscopy

FOR PATIENTS WISHING TO CONCEIVE

  • Necessary examinations to assess the causes of fertility problems
  • Referral to a centre specialising in fertility issues after basic assessment

FOR MENOPAUSAL PATIENTS (CLIMACTERIC SYMPTOMS, CHANGES)

  • Consultation on the physical and emotional changes that can occur as part of menopause
  • Advice on and initiation of treatments to alleviate menopausal complaints (hormone replacement therapy, phytotherapy)
  • Bone density measurement to assess existing or potential osteoporosis

FOR PATIENTS IN REMISSION FROM CANCER

  • Aftercare and advice on the completed therapy

FOR PATIENTS WITH TERMINAL CANCER (PALLIATIVE CARE)

  • Advice during this difficult time
  • Alleviation of symptoms, primarily the alleviation of pain
  • Home visits, if required

IN ACCREDITED HOSPITALS (FOR PATIENTS WITH ADDITIONAL INSURANCE)

  • Care during labour and during extended stays following childbirth
  • Performance of common gynaecological operations