Women’s Specialist Centre Overview

When it comes to women’s health, we understand the importance of finding the right professionals, doctors and nurses to provide the best quality of care in a holistic manner.

Beacon Hospital continues to extend excellent care to you at any age. Our Women’s Health centre provides a full range of gynaecological services to diagnose women’s health conditions at all stages of life beginning with the teenager in puberty, continuing on to the adult, the menopausal woman and beyond.

What We Can Do For You

At Beacon Hospital, our Women’s Health centre is staffed with senior professionals and fitted with modern equipment. We offer a one-stop solution to healthcare, giving you peace of mind during the consultation, treatment and recovery.

Our gynaecologist specialists are experienced in treating a wide range of conditions including:

  • Abnormal or heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Irregular or absence of menstrual periods
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Pelvic and abdominal pain
  • Family planning (healthy pregnancy and birth control)
  • Infertility
  • Pre and post-menopausal management
  • Stress urinary incontinence
  • Sexual Health
  • Vaginal infections and STDs
  • Gynaecological cancer (eg. Endometrial, Ovarian, etc)
  • Gynaecological surgeries (eg. Fibroids, prolapse of uterus, endometriosis, etc)

How to Improve Women’s Health?

Women experience unique health care challenges and are more likely to be diagnosed with certain diseases than men. Chronic diseases and conditions such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes are the leading causes of death for women.

The risk factors that affect women’s health include:

  • Heart Disease
  • Cancer
  • Depression
  • Osteoporosis
  • Diabetes

Many of the leading risks to women’s health can be prevented, you can reduce the risks by following these steps:

The risk factors that affect women’s health include:

  • Do not smoke – Smoking increase the risk of cervical cancer, breast cancer, diabetes and other diseases. Avoid exposure to second-hand smoke.
  • Eat right – Drink more water, eat more vegetables, fruits, whole grains, lean meat and high fibre food. Limit food high in saturated fat, added sugar and salt.
  • Exercise – Exercise helps to maintain weight, lower the risks of heart disease and stroke.
  • Limit alcohol intake – The risk of various types of cancer, such as liver cancer, appears to increase with the amount of alcohol intake and the length of time you have been drinking regularly. Too much alcohol can also raise blood pressure and uric acid.
  • Manage stress – Mental stress affects lifestyle and possibly the immune system.

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