Health Screening (Women Specialist) Treatments by Dr Rabin's Women's Clinic

When it comes to Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Women Specialist) treatments, it is normal to be concerned about safety and efficacy of the treatments.

This goes true for Health Screening (Women Specialist) treatments like Blood Anaemia Testing, Diabetes Screening, Varicella Screening.

At Pasir Gudang, Johor, you can find the best, affordable Health Screening (Women Specialist) treatments at Dr Rabin's Women's Clinic. Take a look at the services we offer below and send an enquiry to know more about the treatment services with Dr. Rabindran Gandhi, our Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist.

Health Screening (Women Specialist)

Mammogram

Mammogram

A mammogram is a screening for the breast to look for any abnormalities or changes to the breast tissue, usually done to screen for any presence of cancer. Mammograms take x-ray images of the breast and is able to show any lumps or presence of cancer cells.

Urine Testing

Urine Testing

To get a doctor started on listing your symptoms, disease, and treatments you need, you will go through a set of interviews and tests, including blood test, urine test, and stool test. Urine test, or also known as urine analysis (UA), or urinalysis is a series of tests on your pee. They can detect diseases such as kidney disease, liver disease, and diabetes in their early stages. Medical professionals use urine test to detect: Urine pH Protein in urine White blood cells/leukocytes in urine Glucose in urine Blood in urine, etc. Consultation is the essence of functional medicine. Consult with your doctor and find out whether you need a urine test in your set of treatments.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. There are several different types of ultrasound like 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound, 5D ultrasound, and Doppler ultrasound.

Pregnancy Ultrasound

Pregnancy Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. There are several different types of ultrasound like 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound, 5D ultrasound, and Doppler ultrasound.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Fetal Diseases
2D Ultrasound

2D Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. A 2D ultrasound gives you outlines and flat 2D images, so you and the doctor can see the internal organges of the baby and detect any risks of heart defects, kidney issues or other internal health issues.

3D Ultrasound

3D Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. A 3D ultrasound gives you 3-dimensional images that can see both the internal organs of the baby and also external images that can be helpful in diagnosing physical issues like a cleft lip.

4D Ultrasound

4D Ultrasound

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. A 4D ultrasound gives you 3-dimensional images that can see both the internal organs of the baby and also external physical images, along with the image that is continuously updated so it becomes a moving image like a video.

Fetal Ultrasound Scan

Fetal Ultrasound Scan

A pregnancy ultrasound can be used to confirm the dates of pregnancy and general wellbeing of the fetus (baby), and also to detect any structural anomalies and growth of the fetus. It can be done during the initial visit and is usually part of pregnancy routine health screenings throughout the pregnancy period. Ultrasounds are not invasive, so it brings no risk to you or your baby. It provides an image of the baby in the womb. During an ultrasound, gel is applied on your abdomen area to allow sound waves from the ultrasound probe to pass into your uterus. The ultrasound probe is then moved over your abdomen to produce an ultrasound image via the reflection of the sound waves off the baby. There are several different types of ultrasound like 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound, 5D ultrasound, and Doppler ultrasound.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Fetal Diseases
Doppler Ultrasound

Doppler Ultrasound

A Doppler Ultrasound is a non-invasive test used to estimate the blood flow in blood vessels. This is obtained through the bouncing high-frequency sound waves (ultrasounds) off the circulating red blood cells. In pregnancy, Doppler ultrasound is used to study the blood circulation in different parts of your fetus (baby) such as the umbilical cord, brain, and heart, your uterus and placenta.

Transvaginal Ultrasound

Transvaginal Ultrasound

A transvaginal ultrasound is an internal ultrasound done through the vagina to examine your uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix and vagina. A transvaginal ultrasound may be done during pregnancy to monitor the heartbeat of the fetus or to diagnose any abnormalities in the female reproductive organ prior to conception. Other that pregnancy, you can also have a transvaginal ultrasound for a screening if you have: - vaginal bleeding - pelvic pain - infertility - cysts or uterine fibroids

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases
Transvaginal Pelvic Ultrasound

Transvaginal Pelvic Ultrasound

A transvaginal ultrasound is an internal ultrasound done through the vagina to examine your uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix and vagina. A transvaginal ultrasound may be done during pregnancy to monitor the heartbeat of the fetus or to diagnose any abnormalities in the female reproductive organ prior to conception. Other that pregnancy, you can also have a transvaginal ultrasound for a screening if you have: - vaginal bleeding - pelvic pain - infertility - cysts or uterine fibroids

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases
Pelvic Ultrasound

Pelvic Ultrasound

Pelvic ultrasound uses sound waves to produce pictures of the internal organs around the lower abdomen and pelvis area. It is usually used to examine the reproductive and urinary system. Also known as gynaecological ultrasound, it can also be used during pregnancy to monitor the health and development of the embryo or fetus (baby).

Gynaecological Ultrasound

Gynaecological Ultrasound

Gynaecological ultrasound uses sound waves to produce pictures of the internal organs around the lower abdomen and pelvis area. It is usually used to examine the reproductive and urinary system. Also known as pelvic ultrasound, it can also be used during pregnancy to monitor the health and development of the embryo or fetus (baby).

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases
Breast Ultrasound

Breast Ultrasound

A breast ultrasound is used to screen for tumours or other breast abnormalities. Using high-frequency sound waves, detailed images of the inside of breasts can be produced for examination.

Routine Anomaly Scan

Routine Anomaly Scan

A routine anomaly scan is usually done during the second trimester of pregnancy to check on any abnormalities in your womb or on your baby. Anomaly scan specificaly focuses on checking if your baby is developing normally, and look at where the placenta is lying during your pregnancy.

Chromosomal Abnormalities Screening

Chromosomal Abnormalities Screening

Chromosomal abnormalities screening is usually done as part of health screening during the first trimester. This screening checks for any risks of chromosomal abnormalities like Down Syndrome. During the test, the doctor will do an ultrasound examination and also take a blood test from the mother to screen for any chromosomal abnormalities.

Echocardiogram (ECG)

Echocardiogram (ECG)

An Echocardiogram (ECG) is a screening test that uses sound waves to produce images of your heart in order to monitor your heart beating and pumping blood. ECG is used to identify any heart disease or health conditions related to the heart.

Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling and Support

Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling and Support

Sometimes not all pregnancies are planned and expected. For unexpected or planned pregnancies, guidance and support can be provided by women specialist doctors so that new and expectant mothers are not alone in handling this new phase of life.

Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy

A hysterocopy is a screening procedure to examine the inside of the uterus (womb). During the procedure, a hysteroscope is used. This is a narrow telescope with a light and a camera to take images of the inside of your uterus for examination. Hysteroscopy is done to detect and examine problems related to vaginal bleeding, infertility, fibroids and cancer.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases
Colposcopy

Colposcopy

Colposcopy is a screening procedure to examine your cervix, vagina and vulva for any signs of disease or health conditions. During the procedure, a colposcope is inserted into your vagina for the doctor to have a clear view of the inside of your reproductive organ. Colposcopy is done to detect and examine problems related to genital warts, inflammation of cervix, and any changes to the cervix, vagina and vulva. A colposcopy is also done following an abnormal Pap test (cervical cancer test) result.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Abnormal Pap Smear
  • Gynaecological Diseases
Breast Examination

Breast Examination

A breast examination is done via a mammogram. A mammogram is a screening for the breast to look for any abnormalities or changes to the breast tissue, usually done to screen for any presence of cancer. Mammograms take x-ray images of the breast and is able to show any lumps or presence of cancer cells.

Diagnostic Laparoscopy

Diagnostic Laparoscopy

A diagnostic laparoscopy is a surgical diagnostic procedure to examine a woman's reproductive organs. During the procedure, a small incision is made in the abdomen for a thin viewing tube like a telescope to pass throught and show images of the inside of the reproductive organ. A laparoscopy is done to check for any abnormalities in the reproductive organ.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gynaecological Diseases
Cervical Screening

Cervical Screening

A Pap smear test, also known as the pap test, is a screening procedure to detect any potential risks of cervical cancer. During the procedure, cells from your cervix (the opening of your uterus) are gently scraped away to be examined for any abnormalities. Cervical cancer screening or pap smear is recommended every 3 years for women aged 21-65.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cervical Diseases
  • Cervical Cancer
  • Cervical Infection
  • Gynaecological Diseases
Blood Type and Rh Factor with Antibody Screening

Blood Type and Rh Factor with Antibody Screening

As part of health screening, a blood test can give you your blood type and Rhesus (Rh) factor analysis. The Rh factor is a protein found in your blood. If you have the protein, you are Rh positive, and if you don't, you are Rh negative. Before pregnancy, this test is done because if you are Rh negative and your husband is Rh positive, your baby may be Rh positive and that might pose a health risk for you.

Blood Anaemia Testing

Blood Anaemia Testing

As part of health screening, blood anaemia testing can give you an analysis of whether or not you have sufficient red blood cells to carry oxygen to your body's tissues.

Women Diseases Carrier Status Screening

Women Diseases Carrier Status Screening

Before your pregnancy, it is an important step to check if you have any disease carrier that may not affect you but can be passed down to the baby. This screening is usually done by a women specialist doctor as part of pre-pregnancy consultation to ensure a healthy and comfortable pregnancy journey.

Rubella Screening

Rubella Screening

Rubella is also known as German measles, and is an infection caused by the rubella virus. Rubella can cause rashes on the skin, and is spread from one person to another when the infected person coughs or sneezes. Blood test is usually needed to accurately diagnose for rubella, followed by treatments.

Varicella Screening

Varicella Screening

Varicella is the virus that causes chickenpox and shingles, and can cause skin rashes, itchy blisters, and pain. Chickenpox is usually mild but can be dangerous for infants, adolescents, pregnant women, and people with weakened immune systems.

Syphilis Treatment

Syphilis Treatment

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection on the skin, usually on the genitals, rectum or mouth. Syphilis can spread from one person to another via skin contact. Early syphilis is mild and can be cured. If left untreated for a long period of time, syphilis can become severe and damage other parts of our body. Treatments for syphilis usually involves medication or injection.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Syphilis
  • Skin Disease
Gonorrhea Treatment

Gonorrhea Treatment

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection that can affect both males and females, usually affecting the urethra, cervix, rectum or the throat. Gonorrhea is common and its symptoms can be hard to detect. Treatments usually involves medications or injections.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gonorrhea
  • Skin Disease
Chlamydia Test

Chlamydia Test

Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease that can be transmitted to oral, vaginal, or anal sex. Chlamydia can be treated using antibiotics but should be diagnosed early. Some of the symptoms of Chlamydia are: -abnormal vaginal discharge -burning sensation with urinating

HIV Screening

HIV Screening

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that attackes th immune system and makes our body defenseless against illnesses and diseases. HIV is a sexual transmitted disease that can also be transmitted through blood contact. HIV screening is part of many health screening procedures, and is especially important for couples before they engage in sexual intercourse and women who want to get pregnant.

Glucose Tolerance Test

Glucose Tolerance Test

Glucose tolerance test is a test to see how well your body can absorb glucose and sugar. It is a method to test for diabetes. During the procedure, your blood sample will be taken both before and after you are given glucose to drink.

Diabetes Screening

Diabetes Screening

A diabetes screening is a simple test to measure blood sugar levels after 8 hours of fassting. Diabetes is a disease that is difficult to cure and can only be managed. Early detection of diabetes is important to manage the disease well.