Women of all ages are welcome to consult me. Gynecology, the study of women, involves much, but I choose to divide a woman's life into four phases. Women’s need for a gynecologist changes over time, and so does her questions. We are open for consultation and we will try to find answers and solutions to your questions and problems.
Girls become women. Some have painful periods. Others want to delay their period due to holidays or other events. Some are sexually active and wants information about contraception and/or a prescription. If you switch partners, you should be tested for chlamydia and/or other STDs.
No question or problem is too trivial. I will give you information about anatomy, disease and hormones and try to answer your questions as best as I can. If you need a gynecological examination, it will be done gentle and discreet.
After the age of 25, it is recommended that a cervix smear should be taken every 3rd year. If you have irregular cells, you can get tissue samples taken here.
Many women want to start a family at some point. Some pregnancies are not wanted. Some want children, but need help to succeed.
We offer investigation and treatment of infertility, including semen analysis.
Also, follow up during pregnancy, including ultrasound, and postpartum controls 6 weeks after birth.
Some women experience abdominal pain, possible endometriosis, cysts, infections, and painful menstruation. A vaginal ultrasound is a good diagnostic tool in most cases.
From the mid / late 40's menstrual periods often become irregular and eventually stop. You have reached menopause. The transition period can be troublesome for some - with hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, depression and bleeding disorders. Much can easily be treated with hormones or other drugs. Some need surgery for troublesome fibroids, polyps or heavy bleeding.
Or maybe you just want a check?
Some years after menopause many women experience that the vaginal mucosa becomes very thin. This can cause prolapse of the vaginal wall and/or uterus, and can give discomfort and discharge.
If the urine bladder follows the vaginal wall down, it is called a cystocele. This might cause recurrent cystitis, or you might experience difficulty emptying the bladder or urinary leakage. Local estrogen and pelvic floor exercises can help. Some are helped by a custom pessary, while others are candidates for surgery. Take time for a consultation, -do not walk around with unnecessary discomfort.
After menopause, you should not have any vaginal bleedings. A consultation with vaginal ultrasound and uterine tissue-sampling can rule out cancer or diagnose it at an early stage.