Women’s Health

All doctors at our practice can offer diagnosis, treatments and advice on issues affecting women and girls of all ages.

Our female doctors, Dr Joan Gilsenan, Dr Mary Murchan and Dr Hanan Marafi possess a depth of experience and expertise which ensures each female patient will receive the comprehensive, holistic care that our patients need. It is advisable to pre-book appointments 2/3 weeks in advance, where at all possible. This ensures that you will have a consultation with your doctor of choice, thus establishing and strengthening the professional relationship with your doctor.

 

Our Services 

  • Breast examination
  • STI screening, including blood and urine test
  • Contraception
  • Emergency Contraception
  • Fertility – Family Planning
  • Menopause
  • Cervical smear testing, with Cervical Check, the National Cervical Screening Programme
  • Well Woman health check

 

Pregnancy and Maternity care

  • Pregnancy testing
  • Antenatal care
  • Postnatal care
  • 6 weeks postnatal checks

Women’s Health- Contraception

A wide variety of contraception is available either within the practice directly or by referral.  Such methods may include:

  • General contraceptive counselling
  • Contraceptive Pill (combined or mini-Pill)
  • Long Term contraception including;
    •  Implanon
    • Intrauterine device, including Coil
    • Depo-Provera Injection

Emergency contraception (MAP): please ask for an urgent appointment, within 24 hours of exposure, if possible. You should attend NEDOC out of hours if this is service required at a weekend, rather than wait until Monday    

 

Women’s Health- Screening & Prevention

Please ask your GP or Nurse for advice about health risks based on your personal and family history as well as your age. Services available include:
 

Cervical Cancer Screening
Please register and await confirmation before making your appointment by logging on to http://www.cervicalcheck.ie

Breast Cancer Screening
Screening and Early Diagnosis – http://www.breastcheck.ie
 
Sexually Transmitted Infections Screening and treatment