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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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Eating right for endo

Endometriosis is a painful disorder where the tissue that lines the uterus starts to grow outside the uterus, affecting the ovaries and other pelvic organs. Common symptoms include heavy periods, painful intercourse, and infertility. One of the biggest problems with endometriosis is that it is difficult to diagnose. In fact, a surgeon needs to perform …

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Gynaecology: Your Questions Answered

What’s a gynaecologist? A gynaecologist is doctor who specialises in the health of female organs. They treat health issues relating to the female reproductive tract, including the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries and breasts. A gynaecologist may also attend to urological and gastrointestinal symptoms. At Northside Gynaecology, we’re proud to host a team of all-female specialists …

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Pelvic Prolapse - Northside Gynaecology

Eating right for endo

Endometriosis is a painful disorder where the tissue that lines the uterus starts to grow outside the uterus, affecting the ovaries and other pelvic organs. Common symptoms include heavy periods, painful intercourse, and infertility. One of the biggest problems with endometriosis is that it is difficult to diagnose. In fact, a surgeon needs to perform …

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Benefits of Mirena - Northside Gynaecology

3 Extra Benefits of Using Mirena™ You May Not Know About

Contraceptives can take a variety of forms, including hormonal medication, barrier contraceptives (such as condoms), implants and more. A popular method of temporary contraception among women is the Intrauterine device, or IUD, which may be hormonal or non-hormonal. In Australia, the hormone-releasing IUD available is called Mirena™. Mirena™  is a T-shaped device that is placed …

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