Reproductive Health and Period Management


If you are coming for a consultation with one of our doctors then try to think of some questions before meeting with the doctor so you can get the most out of your appointment. We are here to help and want to make sure you make informed decisions so no question is wrong or silly.

Patients do not need a referral.


For a fairly small organ, the uterus can create havoc! Endometriosis, pelvic pain, flooding, iron deficiency, pain during sex, migraine, nausea, pre-menstrual mood changes can all affect a person’s ability to function. By exploring your symptoms, arranging appropriate investigations and discussing management options we help you regain a sense of control over your cycle.


Each woman’s choice of birth control is individual. By taking time to understand your priorities, past experiences, reproductive goals and method preferences we support you to find your best contraceptive. Our practitioners are trained and skilled in subdermal implant (Nexplanon ®) insertion and removals, and intrauterine devices such as Mirena ®, Kyleena ® and copper.

Medical Terminations of Pregnancy

As trained providers of MS 2-step, we can support women requesting medical terminations. This procedure can be completed in the comfort of your home. Facilities adjacent to our clinic include pathology and medical imaging, so all of the required services are accessible.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

Don’t have regular periods? About 15% of Australian females have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). This metabolic syndrome can affect many aspects of health. Women with PCOS should feel empowered to understand the condition and its implications so she can be proactive in its management. We support women exploring symptoms of PCOS and accessing treatment.

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)

Many girls and women are affected by extreme mood changes in the days before their menstrual bleed. If this is disrupting your life, it may be PMDD. Using a mood and menstrual diary patterns of mood can be linked to hormone fluctuations in the natural menstrual cycle. If you are affected, please request a consultation to explore the symptoms further as treatment is available.