Gynecology - Women's Health Medical Conditions In Singapore

Various conditions such as PCOS or Endometriosis impact the quality of women’s health. Learn more about how to detect your symptoms and what kind of treatment is right for you.

Uterine Fibroids – Symptoms, Risks And Treatment In Singapore

PCOS Symptoms And Treatment – What Is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Ovarian Cysts: Symptoms And Treatment in Singapore

How To Visit A Gynecologist: A Simple Guide

Women’s Health Screening – Do Not Wait Until It Is Too Late!

Early detection is a crucial factor for gynecology treatment. Schedule your comprehensive screening package today, to ensure peace of mind and protect your health. Do not wait for symptoms to appear – by then, it may already be advanced.

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If you are looking for a doctor in Singapore for colorectal cancer screening or treatment, here are some to consider:

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Dr Lena Fan | Partnered Doctor

AsiaMedic Wellness Assessment Centre


Dr Chua Boon Suan EAB


Dr Chua Boon Suan | Preferred Doctor

AsiaMedic Wellness Assessment Centre


Dr Lee Kuok Chung | Partner Doctor – Crest Surgical Practice 

A/Prof Chong Choon Seng | Partner Doctor – Ark Surgical Practice 

Assoc Prof Emile John Tan Kwong Wei – Singapore General Hospital


Dr Choo Su Pin – Curie Oncology

Dr Angela Pang – OncoCare Cancer Centre 

Clin Assoc Prof Tham Chee Kian – National Cancer Centre Singapore

Dr Koo Si-Lin – National Cancer Centre Singapore



MediSave can be claimed for various tests and screenings at all public healthcare institutions and approved private hospitals and medical institutions.

STI screenings and fertility issues treatments are not claimable under Medisave.

Check with CPF on the latest MediSave policies.

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The cost of medical treatment in Singapore is a significant concern for many individuals and families. Proper financial planning is.

MediSave And Medishield Life Coverage For Overseas Singaporeans

Know more about MediSave, MediShield Life and Integrated Shield Plans coverage for overseas medical expenses.

Resources On Women's Health

Uterine Cancer Treatment In Singapore

Uterine cancer is a common cancer in Singapore. In this article, we look at the diagnostics and options for uterine cancer treatment.

Pelvic Pain During Menstruation? It Might Be Endometriosis

If you are experiencing pelvic pain during menstruation, it may be indicative of a painful condition called endometriosis.

What Is A Pelvic Ultrasound?

Pelvic ultrasound for women is a non-invasive diagnostic test that uses sound waves to produce images of the organs within the female pelvis.

Choosing A Contraceptive: Is An IUD A Method For You?

Contraceptives are needed to prevent pregnancies and various sexually transmitted diseases. There are many ways in which this can be tackled and suit each woman individually. There are different contraceptive practices and can be categorized into various groups based on.

Birth Control Pills: What you need to know?

There are various ways to prevent pregnancy through different birth control methods. Non-hormonal barrier forms can help prevent STDs, while others contain hormones to prevent pregnancy such as oral pills. What exactly are birth control pills and how can you.

A Guide To Fertility Testing In Singapore

Getting pregnant is not always easy for some women. Some factors may impact your pregnancy journey, so it is recommended to consult with a doctor and schedule a test. Learn more on what fertility tests are available in Singapore. Cervical.


How common is PCOS in Singapore?
Data from the World Health Organisation (WHO) suggests that approximately 116 million women (3.4 per cent) are affected by PCOS globally and around 10-15% of women in Singapore have this condition

Does PCOS get worse over time?

Yes it may. If a person does not receive treatment early enough, leading to PCOS symptoms worsening over time

Can PCOS fully go away?

PCOS never fully goes away, but the symptoms can improve over time or with treatment. For example, menopause can cause hormonal changes that relieve PCOS symptoms.

How do you know if an ovarian cyst goes away?
An ovarian cyst will often go away with no treatment in a few weeks or months. In some cases, you may need to have follow-up ultrasound tests.
How do you know if an ovarian cyst is getting worse?
If you have new symptoms of pelvic pain, bloating, heavy bleeding, or bleeding outside of your period you may need surgery or other medical treatment for ovarian cysts that get bigger, cause symptoms, or don’t go away on their own.

Additional Resources

  1. What Are Ovarian Cysts | https://smgwomenshealth.sg/news-articles/what-are-ovarian-cysts/
  2. Treatment In Singapore | https://www.sgh.com.sg/patient-care/conditions-treatments/ovarian-cysts
  3. PCOS Overview | https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/polycystic-ovary-syndrome-pcos/ 
  4. Key Facts | https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/polycystic-ovary-syndrome
  5. Pelvic Pain | https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/pelvic-pain

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