There are a range of options out there to help with all manner of reproductive concerns, from contraception methods to hereditary conditions to fertility treatments.
Our friendly team of experts can help you navigate the options to find the solution that’s right for you, regardless of your individual circumstances.
The only doctors who RANZCOG (Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) recognise as accredited to hold the title of Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility Subspecialists are those that hold both the FRANZCOG and the CREI. Our specialists Dr John Eden and Dr Rachael Rodgers are CREI accredited.
We can help with:
Drawing on current research and using the latest treatment methods, we can offer safe, effective and innovative treatment for women. If you suffer from a condition that has previously been difficult to treat, we may be able to help.
We can provide advice and/or treatment for the following:
In addition to providing traditional medication to help relieve your symptoms, we can also prescribe some tried and tested herbal medicines. Associate Professor John Eden has been researching herbal medicines for over 20 years.
We understand that not all herbal medicines are created equal. When selecting an herbal medicine there are three aspects to consider:
Over the years, we’ve experimented with many different herbal medicines and found the following clinically tested products to be effective (though you should always discuss with a doctor before starting any new medications):
Associate Professor John Eden is a registered gynaecologist and reproductive endocrinologist (specialist in women’s hormones). He was amongst the first group of specialists to be accredited as a reproductive endocrinologist by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. In 1996 he was made an Associate Professor of Reproductive Endocrinology by the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He also has a research degree from UNSW on the subject of the control of ovarian function. His initial specialist training was at St George Hospital, Kogarah and completed at Charing Cross Hospital in London.
Dr Rachael Rodgers is a fertility specialist & gynaecologist who has completed sub-specialty training in reproductive endocrinology. She has a breadth of experience in managing all aspects of fertility including polycystic ovarian syndrome, ovulatory disorders, recurrent miscarriage, endometriosis, tubal disease and genetic conditions that affect fertility.
For more details about our fertility specialists and our other practitioners please see the Our Team [W 2] section of this website.
Your experience will vary dramatically depending on the issue you wish to discuss. However, for almost all consultations it is helpful if you can bring the following:
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If you’d like more information about acupuncture and herbal remedies, browse our website and health information fact sheets below: