The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology offers care for standard or high-risk pregnancies, and pregnancies with unusual problems, as well as all problems of the reproductive tract of women including cancer of the female genital tract, infertility, hormonal replacement problems, abnormal genital pain or bleeding.

Referrals for pregnancy–related medical or obstetrical problems, such as pregnancy complicated by diabetes or collagen vascular diseases or abnormal ultrasound findings, are welcomed. The St Raphael Women’s Clinic offers special antenatal clinics for pre-term birth prevention and diabetes in pregnancy.

The Gynaecology Division has an active practice in problems involving female urinary incontinence and difficult hormone replacement therapy management.

Common diagnoses that are evaluated and treated include, but are not limited to:

– Delivery
– Caesarean section
– Live 3D colour ultrasound
– Ovarian Cyst Removal
– Vaginal infections
– Sexually transmitted diseases
– Polyps
– Stenosis/stricture
– Abnormal periods
– Menopausal Symptoms
– Postmenopausal bleeding
– Post coital bleeding
– Ectopic pregnancies
– Contraception ( barrier, IUD, implants,other ) and Education

– Sexual Dysfunction
– Biopsies/ cultures
– Colposcopy
– Cyrosurgery
– Diagnostic D&C
– Vaginal repair
– Hysterectomy
– Curettage
– Abdominal swelling
– Abnormal pap
– Premenstrual symptoms
– Alopecia
– Abdominal/pelvic pain
– Threatened/missed/incomplete/chemical and habitual abortions

The Gynaecology Clinic offers care to women ages 12 and above. Emergency and urgent situations are triaged, and services are made available as needed.