Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain


Endometriosis affects about 1-in-10 women and impacts very negatively on women’s family life and productivity. It appears to run in families so women are more likely to be affected if other close family members have had the condition.
Although we do not yet fully understand what causes endometriosis, we are experts in helping women achieve relief from its devastating consequences of pelvic pain and infertility.

We provide the full spectrum of diagnostic and treatment tools for endometriosis at all stages. We very clearly favour early diagnosis of the condition to avail the opportunity to control the symptoms from the early stages and to hopefully prevent the problems of long-standing and severe disease.

We offer conservative, medical and surgical options of treatment. This includes provision of the full range of surgical options from laparoscopic ultraconservative procedures for mild disease to radical excision of severe and rectovaginal disease.

Although the predominant feature of endometriosis is pelvic pain many other conditions also give rise to pelvic pain. We offer a methodical approach to the investigation and treatment of pelvic pain syndromes with provision of counselling and chronic pain physiotherapy to clients who need them.

We offer the full scope of interventions for these conditions:

For more information on endometriosis and pelvic pain please click on the following link: Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain.

Menstrual Dysfunction

Abnormal menstruation is probably the most common reason women consult a gynaecologist.

Menstrual problems are varied and impact on women differently depending on their age, culture, family circumstances, personality and work pattern.

The common menstrual problems we cater for include:

We provide a comprehensive range of investigations for these problems mostly as outpatient procedures for your convenience and flexibility.

We also provide the full range of treatment options including:

For more information on menstrual dysfunction please click on the following link: Menstrual Dysfunction