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    Gynaecology & Obstetrics in Dubai

    GMCClinics in Dubai is a leader in providing comprehensive healthcare for women of all ages. A regular visit with a Gynaecologist & Obstetrics builds the foundation of health and wellness for women in the fight against a wide-range of health concerns for women of all ages:

    Annual breast and abdominal exams should begin at age 19, and routine annual pelvic exams and Pap Tests begin at age 21

    Women who are 30 and over should have Pap tests at least every 2 years and a routine Obstetrics & Gynaecology exam annually

    Frequency could vary for some woman who are at higher risk for certain diseases of the reproductive system

    A Gynaecologist & Obstetrics specialist can help with the following medical treatments:

    Ultrasound in pregnancy

    High risk pregnancy management

    Menstrual disorders

    Female cancer screening and colposcopy

    Diagnosis, treatment and counselling of infertility

    Ovarian cysts

    Minimally Invasive surgery- Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy

    Pre-menopausal and post-menopausal counselling

    Family planning

    Aesthetic gynaecology - O-Shot treatment for urinary incontinence & sexual dysfunction, rejuvenation, bleaching and skin tags

    Gynaecology & obstetrics Process

    Doctors Practising Gynaecology & Obstetrics

    Team of Professionals

    Dr. Nada Altabara
    Specialist Obstetrics & Gynaecology

    Fluent in: : English and Arabic
    Nationality: Syrian

    Dr. Natalia Snigireva

    Fluent in: English, Russian and Arabic
    Nationality: Jordanian, Russian

    Dr. Lucy Vardanian

    Fluent in: English, Russian & Armenian
    Nationality: Russian


    HPV Vaccine Gardasil 9: Protecting Against HPV-Related Cancers

    Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a common sexually transmitted virus that can lead to serious health complications, including several types of cancer. In fact, HPV is responsible for nearly all cases of cervical cancer and a large percentage of other types of cancer, such as anal, oropharyngeal, and vaginal cancer. Fortunately, there is a vaccine that can protect against several high-risk strains of HPV, including Gardasil 9.

    What is HPV?

    Before delving into the specifics of the Gardasil 9 vaccine, it’s important to understand what HPV is and how it can lead to cancer. HPV is a virus that is transmitted through sexual contact, including vaginal, anal, and oral sex. It is incredibly common, with nearly all sexually active individuals contracting the virus at some point in their lives. While most people with HPV do not experience any symptoms and the virus goes away on its own, some people develop long-lasting HPV infections that can lead to serious health issues.

    What is Gardasil 9?

    Gardasil 9 is a vaccine that protects against several high-risk strains of HPV, including types 16 and 18. It also protects against several other types of HPV that can cause genital warts. The vaccine is administered in a series of shots over several months, with the number of shots depending on the individual’s age at the time of vaccination.

    How Does Gardasil 9 Work?

    Gardasil 9 works by exposing the body to a small piece of the virus, which helps the body develop immunity to HPV. Specifically, the vaccine targets the proteins on the surface of the virus that are responsible for causing infections. By creating an immune response to these proteins, the body is better equipped to fight off HPV

    Does GMCClinics have any offers for Gardasil 9?


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