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GYNAECOLOGY

 

Women are usually uncomfortable discussing gynaecological issues and other health concerns with their doctors.

 

More often than not, they perceive a trip to the gynaecologist as uncomfortable, intimidating or embarrassing. They may not be aware that there are various remedies a gynaecologist can avail of to ease and treat whatever symptoms they might be experiencing.

 

Dr Byrnes understands the various health issues and gynaecological problems may arise throughout a woman’s life and strives to provide professional, comprehensive and discreet gynaecological care and services that cater to the needs of women at every stage of their lives.

 

With her warm and friendly approach Dr. Byrnes, as a female herself, understands the needs of women and does everything to ensure that patients are at ease to communicate their concerns to her.

 

The gynaecological services offered involve a complete assessment of the patient and management of symptoms or conditions. Medical or surgical treatments may also be provided as necessary.

 

Some of the conditions Dr. Byrnes is able to manage include the following:

  • Abnormal PAP smears (including colposcopy)

  • Menstrual dysfunction including MIRENA insertion

  • Post menopausal bleeding

  • Fibroids

  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

  • Infertility

  • Vulval disorders

  • Early pregnancy complications 

  • Recurrent miscarriage

A visit to your doctor’s office may be a bit overwhelming, especially when there is a lot of information to exchange. You may want to bring an objective family member or friend to your appointment. They can help you recall the answers to your questions.

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PATIENT FAQ'S

INITIAL GYNAECOLOGY APPOINTMENT CHECKLIST

Please bring with you the following information:
 

  • Letter of referral from your General Practitioner

  • Any results relevant to your consultation such as blood test results, ultrasound results etc.

  • Your completed 'New Patient Form' & 'Patient Consent Form

  • Your Medicare card

  • Private Health Insurance and details (such as name of fund, level of cover and membership number).