Gynaecology is the medical speciality concerned with the health and diseases of a female’s reproductive system including her uterus, cervix, ovaries, fallopian tubes and vagina.

Women can suffer with personal health issues at every stage of their lives. It is important to get the right gynaecological health care and support when needed.

You might see a gynaecologist if you have menstrual problems, early pregnancy disorders, abdominal or pelvic pain, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts and cervical polyps, or if you would like advice on contraception.


A hysterectomy is an operation to remove your womb (uterus) and, possibly one or both of your fallopian tubes and ovaries. It is performed to treat conditions that affect your reproductive system when other treatments haven’t worked.

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Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that uses a small camera to look inside your uterus (womb). It investigates symptoms such as abnormal bleeding, and pain and helps diagnose and treat any problems found.

Hysteroscopy allows your surgeon to examine your uterus and treat any identified problems.

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Laparoscopic Sterilisation

Laparoscopic sterilisation is a procedure that gives women a safe, convenient and permanent form of contraception. Laparoscopic sterilisation is a permanent method of female birth control. It blocks or removes both fallopian tubes to prevent pregnancy.

Laparoscopic sterilisation is a highly effective form of birth control, you will no longer need to use another form of contraception, and it offers fast recovery and minimal scarring.

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Laparoscopy and dye test

A laparoscopy and dye test is an operation to help find out why you are having difficulty becoming pregnant. The dye test will show if your fallopian tubes are blocked. The laparoscopy will help find out if you have endometriosis, pelvic infection, adhesions, ovarian cysts or fibroids. Some minor treatments can be performed at the same time.

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Gynaecological Oncology

Gynaecological oncology is care of cancers affecting women's reproductive organs. There are five gynaecological cancers: womb (uterine), ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal.

The Ramsay multidisciplinary and dedicated teams of gynaecologists, oncologists, nurses, and radiologists work together to rapidly diagnose and treat these gynaecological cancers in a compassionate, sensitive, and respectful way.

Early detection of gynaecological oncology greatly increases the chances of successful treatment. At Ramsay you won’t have to wait for an appointment to see a consultant so you can quickly get a diagnosis or the all clear.

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