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Endometrial cancer arises from the lining of the uterus, also known as endometrium. It is the most common type of uterine cancer and is the most common gynecological cancer with 1900 Australian women diagnosed each year. Endometrial cancer is usually diagnosed at early stages. This is due to ...
Menorrhagia: Heavy menstrual bleeding. Heavy menstrual bleeding, medically known as menorrhagia can be alarming and can have a negative effect on a woman’s everyday life. With heavy menstrual bleeding, it can be difficult to keep up with usual activities because of constant bleeding and ...
Studies suggest that almost 2 of every 3 women will suffer from back pain during pregnancy. The simplest reason is that the weight of the baby in the abdomen causes downward pull and it pulls lower spine forward. This puts extra strain on the lower back, hence causing back pain. This back pain ...
Fibroids, or myomas are benign, non-cancerous growths that develop inside or around the womb (uterus). These growths are made up of muscles or fibrous tissue. These are also called uterine myomas or leiomyomas. Many women have no symptoms and often totally unaware that they are suffering from ...
  Obstetric cholestasis is not a common pregnancy condition.  Obstetric cholestasis is a liver disease of pregnancy that usually appears in the last trimester with a complex aetiology including different elements such as genetic, environmental and endocrinological factors.   It ...
Anaemia can be defined as a low count of red blood cells. It is a common condition during pregnancy secondary to a combination of dilution as fluid is retained and negative iron balance. Pregnant women should be evaluated carefully for anaemia during the first trimester and at around 28 weeks. The ...
What is it? The term irritable uterus relates to uterine contractions that do not produce any changes to the cervix.  These contractions can be extremely painful but fortunately, they are not enough strong to produce cervical modifications. The contractions are similar to Braxton-Hicks but are ...
What is an incompetent cervix? Before pregnancy, the cervix is normally closed and firm. As pregnancy advances towards the time of labour, the cervix slowly becomes soft, decreasing the length and may even open slightly. When the cervix is unable to stay closed during the pregnancy and opens ...
    What is the vulva?   The vulva is the external part of the female genitals. It protects a woman’s sexual organs, urinary opening, vestibule, and vagina and is the center of much of a woman’s sexual response. The outer and inner ‘lips’ of the vulva are called ...
  What is PMS?   Premenstrual syndrome, or PMS, refers to the range of physical and emotional symptoms that many women experience in the lead up to a period (menstruation). Symptoms generally resolve during the woman’s period and there is usually at least one symptom-free week ...
Pregnancy Checklist
Pregnancy Checklist

Congratulations on your pregnancy! If you would like some help thinking through some of the things you need to organise, I've put together a checklist to make sure the important things aren't missed.

Pregnancy Pearls
Pregnancy Pearls

There are many questions and common issues that arise during pregnancy. Here are some short and helpful articles on many common pregnancy issues.

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Consulting Rooms

Greenslopes Obstetrics & Gynaecology is closely aligned with the Greenslopes Private Hospital which opened Brisbane’s newest maternity facility in February 2013.

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