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MonaLisa Touch: Effectiveness for Breast Cancer Survivors

What is genitourinary syndrome of menopause? Genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM), formerly known as vaginal atrophy or atrophic vaginitis, refers to a group of symptoms and physical changes in the genitourinary tract (including the vulva, vagina, and lower urinary tract) that result from a decline in oestrogen levels, which often occurs during menopause. Symptoms can […]

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For GPs – MonaLisa Touch Treatment: Its effectiveness and value in women’s health

In Australia, there are over 4.5 million women over 50 years of age – the approximate age for menopause onset. Genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM) refers to the various symptoms and changes that occur in the vagina, vulva and urinary tract during and after menopause due to decreased estrogen levels. Research shows that 50% to

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Endometriosis Awareness Month: The Long Journey to Diagnosis: What are your options?

Welcome to Endometriosis Awareness Month. Endometriosis is a chronic medical condition where the tissue that normally grows inside the uterus grows outside of it. This month, we stand with EndoWarriors, recognise their bravery, and work towards improving the diagnosis and treatment of this chronic medical condition. As discussion surrounding endometriosis is increased and you receive

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Why you should choose Northside Gynaecology for your MonaLisa Touch

Why you should choose Northside Gynaecology for your MonaLisa Touch Menopause is not a disease or a condition that needs treatment; it is a natural change in a woman’s reproductive lifecycle. As we get older, our reproductive hormones slowly decline. Eventually, most of us stop having periods in our late forties or early fifties. Unfortunately,

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2022 GP Symposium: Gynaecology through the ages

Northside Gynaecology’s 2022 GP Symposium: Gynaecology Through the Ages   Northside Gynaecology was proud to host our annual GP Symposium at the Garden Marquee Room, at Victoria Park’s Function Centre. The topic for this year’s symposium was ‘Gynaecology Through the Ages’, and the program included talks by our specialist gynaecologists, Dr Archna Saraswat, Dr Liana

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GP Symposium |5th September 2018

The team at Northside Gynaecology were proud to host its 4th GP Symposium once again, at Victoria Park Golf Course in Brisbane, on the evening of 5 September 2018. This year, four different educational topics were presented including Adolescent Gynaecology, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Urinary Incontinence & Vaginal Prolapse. Northside Gynaecology also had a guest

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GP Symposium | 6th September 2017

Northside Gynaecology was proud to host it’s 4th GP Symposium at Victoria Park Golf Course on the 6th September. This year Dr Saraswat, Dr Tanda and Dr Wewengkang delivered education presentations on 3 interesting topics including Managing Vulval Disorders, Cervical Screening Update, Abnormal Bleeding and Chronic Pelvic Pain. We were also proud to have our guest

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2017 GP Symposium

Each year the team from Northside Gynaecology take great pride in bringing together an Educational evening for local GP’s.  This year our female Gynaecologist will deliver 3 interesting topics including Managing Vulval Disorders, Cervical Screening Update, Abnormal Bleeding and Chronic Pelvic Pain.  Dr Michelle Alizart from QML will also be presenting ‘A day in the

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