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Directory: Female Gynaecologist in Durban

Female Gynaecologist in Durban

Dr Hilda Ganesen

Female Family Physician


20 Gainsborough Drive
Durban North
Tel: 031 5634249 / 031 5630079

Female Gynaecologist in Durban North

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Dr Hilda Ganesen

Dr Jill GREY

Female Gynaecologist

Dr Jill GREY

Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Address: Suite 4, Musgrave Medical Center, 73 Musgrave Rd
Musgrave, Berea, 4001 Durban

Phone: 031 202 5800
Cell: 064 832 7828

Dr rochelle vatharajh

Dr Rochelle Vatharajh - specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

Dr Rochelle Vatharajh is a specialist Female Obstetrician and Gynaecologist based at Parklands Hospital, Durban.
Dr Vatharajh takes a very personalised approach to each patient. taking into account the individual needs of each and providing the best professional care for womans’ health.
With Dr Vatharajh, YOU and your care are our number one priority.

Address: 75 Hopelands Rd, Overport, Durban, 4001

Sunday Closed
Monday 8am–4pm
Tuesday 8am–4pm
Wednesday 8am–4pm
Thursday 8am–4pm
Friday 8am–4pm
Saturday Closed

Phone: 031 207 4301

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Dr Ridhwana Vawda

Dr Ridhwana Vawda

Address: Ridge Road, 520 Peter Mokaba Rd, Overport, Berea, 4091 Durban

Monday 9am–4:15pm
Tuesday 9am–4:15pm
Wednesday 9am–4:15pm
Thursday 9am–4:15pm
Friday 9am–4:15pm
Saturday 9am–1pm
Sunday Closed

Phone: 031 940 3172

Dr I Siddique Perveen

Dr I Siddique Perveen

Address: 484 Randles Rd, Sydenham, Durban, 4091
Phone: 031 207 5707

Dr S Rahim – Female Gynaecologist in Durban

Address: Ethekwini Heart Ctr, Riverhorse Pl, Riverhorse Vlly B Es, Durban, 3630 Map location is approximate.Can you help us improve it? Phone: 031 581 2618

Address: Ethekwini Heart Ctr, Riverhorse Pl, Riverhorse Vlly B Es, Durban, 3630
Phone: 031 581 2618

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Female Gynaecologist in Durban – Common questions on pap smears

What is a pap smear?

A pap test, also called a pap smear involves collecting cells from the cervix to detect early cancerous lesion.

Who needs a pap smear?

1. According to the guidelines by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (ACOG), a pap smear is recommended for all women at the onset of sexual activity, or from the age 21 and onwards ( whichever comes first) every 2 years.
Women over the age of 30, after 3 or more consecutive negative tests can usually space pap tests out to every 3 years. This includes women going through menopause.
Women over the age of 65 can speak to their doctor about stopping the pap tests if the pap smear in the previous ten years were normal

However more frequent testing maybe recommended if:

First sexual intercourse occurred before the age of 17.
There is a history of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection or previous abnormal pap smears
There is a weak immune system eg: HIV or exposure to chemotherapy
The woman is HIV infected: It is recommended that all HIV positive women have an initial pap smear, a repeat pap smear 5 months later and annual pap smears thereafter.

Female Gynaecologist in Durban – What if you had a hysterectomy?

Women who had a total hysterectomy because of cancer or abnormal cell growth should continue to have a pap test done every year to monitor for cancer of the vagina. Once 3 normal tests are detected they may be monitored less frequently.

Women who had the uterus removed but not the cervix will need pap tests as usual.

How do you prepare for a pap smear?

For 2 days before the pap test avoid:

Using tampons
Douching ( washing or rinsing out the vagina)
Vaginal creams, medicines or suppositories
Using vaginal hygiene products eg: sprays or powders
Sexual intercourse
When is the best time to schedule a pap in your menstrual cycle?

It is best to have the pap smear done midcycle, about 10 -20 days after the first day of your last period.

How is a pap smear done?

The woman lies on the examination couch on her back. The doctor inserts an instrument called a speculum into the vagina to open the vagina and vie the cervix. A small plastic brush is used to obtain a sample of cells around the cervix. The procedure is not painful, but does feel uncomfortable.

What is the cost of a Pap Smear?

As of 2018, the laboratory charges a fee of R155 to process the pap sample. If you are a cash patient please pay an amount of R155 in cash to accompany the sample to the laboratory. The procedure of obtaining the pap smear sample itself is free and is included in the consultation fee. Most medical aids offer their female patients a annual pap smear, paid out of the preventative benefits ( ie: not out of savings). HPV testing is an optional extra.

Female Gynaecologist in Durban – When do I receive my results?

Results are available within 3 working days. A copy of the results will be emailed to you.

Please call 031 5634249 to book for your pap smear with Dr Hilda Ganesen. Please inform the receptionists that you will be coming in for a pap smear when booking an appointment.

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