OT&P’s gynaecology service provides complete care for female patients. We aim to partner with our patients and eliminate any fear or hesitation of visiting a gynaecologist. We ensure you feel comfortable sharing the most intimate details of your lives and allow us to be your trusted source of guidance. Our experienced practitioners specialise in treating medicinal and surgical issues related to women’s health, recommending only the safest and effective gynaecological treatment in a friendly and professional manner.Book an Appointment
OT&P’s experienced gynaecologists provide excellent care for women's health. Our gynaecology services include medicinal, surgical and hormonal treatments for females (vagina, uterus, ovaries and breasts).
Based on NICE guidelines, for asymptomatic patients, the first visit should occur when you have reached 21 - 25 years old for regular gynaecology screening purposes. Gynaecologists will then ask about your health, perform any relevant physical examinations and a pap smear.
We also recommend you to see a gynaecologist when:
At the OT&P Central Family Clinic, our doctors also perform other gynaecological services, including:
Laparoscopy, also known as keyhole surgery, is a procedure used to examine the inside of the abdomen and pelvis without making large incisions in the skin. The process includes using a small tube with a light source and a camera that relays the images of the abdomen or pelvic insides’.
Doctors conduct Laparoscopy when CT Scan, MRI, X-Rays or, Ultrasound does not provide enough information on the diagnosis.
Hysteroscopy is a surgical procedure to examine the inside of the womb (uterus). The process involves the usage of a narrow telescope with a light and camera at the end. The doctor will pass the telescope into the womb through the vagina and cervix (which means there are no cuts to the skin).
A doctor may recommend hysteroscopy when symptoms are surrounding:
OT&P's approach to gynaecological cancer includes cancer prevention and screening, diagnosis, comprehensive assessment and management through surgical, chemotherapy & radiotherapy. The type of cancers consulted at OT&P include:
Obstetrics deals with the welfare of a pregnant woman and her baby. An obstetrician's practice includes the care of a pregnant woman, the unborn baby, labour and delivery and the immediate period following childbirth. The obstetrician ensures that a mother and the child receive the best prenatal to postnatal care.
At OT&P, our practitioners are certified in both obstetrics and gynaecology. Our obstetric services include: