Gynaecology

As a specialist gynaecologist, Dr. Koranteng-Peprah is able to examine, advise and support the health of your reproductive system. This includes menstruation and fertility issues, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), hormone disorders. 

Gynaecology

 


As a specialist gynaecologist, Dr. Koranteng-Peprah is able to examine, advise and support the health of your reproductive system. This includes menstruation and fertility issues, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), hormone disorders.

Routine Check-ups

Health checkups that include a pelvic, breast, and physical exam, along with a Pap smear and general health check

Subdermal contraceptive implants

Inserting contraception just under the skin on the upper arm.

General contraceptive advice

Helping you make an informed medical decision on contraceptives based on your health and preference

Gynaecological Surgery

Performing surgical procedures in-hospital to benefit your reproductive and general health (laparoscopy, hysterectomy, etc.)

Breast and bone health promotion

Helping you improve your breast and bone health to mitigate common female health issues

Ultrasound Assessment

Using ultrasound to diagnose and assist in the analysis and care of your reproductive system

Your questions on gynaecology, answered.

I’m here to answer your questions and hopefully make your visits to a gynaecologist simple and comfortable.

What to wear for your gynaecologist visit?

Wear comfortable clothing. Don’t wear a one-piece or something with a zip at the back and require that someone help you take it off. It’s cute but taking it off and on is just tricky!

What questions to ask your gynaecologist?

Write the questions down beforehand as once you get into the consulting room, you may become so nervous that you forget everything.  

The main questions are

  • Please show and explain to me what you see on my body and on the scan?
  • What conditions do I have?
  • What are my treatment options for my condition? (If the answer to the previous question is positive)
  • What does it mean for me in the future, i.e. having children, sex etc.?
  • How can I prevent the problem from coming back?
What should you not do before your consult?

If you have a problem, go when the problem is there and not after. It makes things difficult to diagnose if we can’t see it.

What necessary health checks/assessments should women do?
  1. Assess for risk factors for sexually transmitted infections and cancers
  2. Scan of the pelvic organs 
  3. An annual medical breast exam with your gynaecologist and a monthly self-exam. This should be done ideally 1 week after your period.
  4. Cervical cancer screening with pap smear/ HPV testing

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