General Gynaecology

NSG turns 5!

Northside Gynaecology celebrated its 5th birthday on Friday, 18th October 2019. We had a great night reminiscing over the past 5 years and anticipating what the future holds. We would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every person who has walked through the NSG doors, both patients and staff. The future is …

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Woman experiencing incontinence waiting for a toilet door to open

What Nobody Tells You About Urinary Incontinence

Whether it’s a tiny leak when you cough, a bladder that never seems to be empty, or regular get-to-the-bathroom-right-now emergencies, urinary incontinence is actually more common than you might think. Although it’s believed to affect up to 37% of Australian adult women, most women aren’t comfortable openly talking about urinary incontinence. Embarrassment often prevents women …

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What are periods like when you have PCOS?

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal condition that affects 12-21% of women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may experience a range of health complications including reduced fertility. PCOS is attributed to varying symptoms including hair loss, ovarian cysts, chronic fatigue, and changes in a woman’s menstrual cycle. Despite being a relatively common condition, …

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Dr Liana Tanda in a consultation room at Northside Gynaecology, Kedron

Am I Neurotic or Do I Have a Real Problem? Vulval Disorders Explained

Guess what ladies? That discomfort ‘down there’… it’s more common than you might think. In fact, most women will experience some kind of vulval irritation during their lifetime. But when our most sensitive area starts to itch, burn or hurt, our distress can range beyond the physical. Many women avoid getting medical advice due to …

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Driving After Laparoscopic Surgery

At Northside Gynaecology, we use minimally invasive single cut laparoscopic surgery when possible for many gynaecological procedures. Single cut laparoscopy offers reduced risk of complications, minimal pain and scarring, and faster recovery times than traditional open surgical methods. The small incision involved in single cut laparoscopy means recovery time is quicker with better cosmetic outcomes. …

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