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General gynaecology check-up

As your reproductive health changes throughout your life, general check-ups with your gynaecologist annually are essential for women of all ages. During your routine gynaecology consultation, you will be asked questions about your gynaecological health, medications you take, your menstruation history, sexual activity and family history.

After discussing your reproductive health, you can expect a pelvic exam, breast screening and a routine pap smear. If anything raises concern, Dr Benecke may also do an endometrial biopsy or a transvaginal ultrasound. After your pelvic exam, Dr Benecke will send the sample from the pap smear off to the lab for testing, and you will be informed on your test results.

Beyond management and treatment of gynaecological conditions, STDs and STIs, these routine gynaecology check-ups give you a chance to check-in with your doctor and discuss any hormonal problems, sexual intercourse related queries, menstruation concerns as well as your family planning, contraceptive needs and menopausal care.

While it is recommended, you see your gynaecologist once a year, any other problematic symptoms such as pelvic pain, abnormal uterine bleeding, signs of infection, foul-smelling discharge or painful intercourse should be cause for concern, and should be checked out by Dr Benecke.

Specialised Services

While Dr Benecke is a gynaecologist & obstetrician offering the full range of women's health services, his niche lies in the treatment and management of the following gynaecological conditions:


Due to the complexity of the diagnosis, Dr Benecke is meticulous during each consultation and using a multidisciplinary approach he can provide highly specialised treatment and management of this condition as well as the related symptoms such as chronic pelvic pain and the complication of infertility.



Sharing similar symptoms to that of endometriosis, fibroids are growths that develop on the uterus. The size of fibroids can range, growing from the size of a pea to the size of a watermelon, distorting the uterus and causing disabling symptoms.



Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that disrupts oestrogen production and causes an imbalance of the male hormones, androgens. PCOS causes disruption of the menstrual cycle leading to complications such as severe abnormal uterine bleeding, the development of numerous fluid-filled cysts in the ovaries and infertility.