Miscarriage is the most common complication of pregnancy with around 25-50% of pregnant women experiencing a miscarriage prior to 10 weeks of gestation. Recurrent miscarriage is defined as three or more consecutive miscarriages.

Miscarriages are a devastating loss and regardless of the gestation at which they occur and the number of previous miscarriages, these losses can have a profound effect on both women and their partners.  Very early on in my training I was confronted with how devastating miscarriages can be and the importance of having a dedicated clinic for patients who have experienced them. As a Fertility Specialist my goal has always been to not only achieve a pregnancy for my patients but to also do everything I can to ensure the pregnancy is successful and a healthy baby is born.

As a Senior Lecturer at the faculty of Medicine at Monash University the first lecture I always give fourth year medical students following their introduction to Gynaecology is on miscarriages. This is predominately due to believing that every future doctor, regardless of what their future speciality may be, should understand this condition and treat patients who have experienced these losses with compassion and sensitivity.

Underpinning the ethos of my dedicated miscarriage clinic is the adoption of a holistic approach to determine any underlying medical or structural conditions that with appropriate treatment may decrease the likelihood of miscarriage. My dedicated clinic also uses a multidisciplinary approach to treatment to ensure the best possible outcomes for my patients are achieved.

On Wednesdays at my Richmond consulting rooms I offer a dedicated miscarriage clinic from 1.30pm – 5pm. However, patients who have experienced miscarriage are welcome to see me at any other time at either my Clayton or Richmond consulting rooms.

If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment please call 9562 7455 or complete my online booking form.

 

Miscarriage is the most common complication of pregnancy with around 25-50% of pregnant women experiencing a miscarriage prior to 10 weeks of gestation. Recurrent miscarriage is defined as three or more consecutive miscarriages.

Miscarriages are a devastating loss and regardless of the gestation at which they occur and the number of previous miscarriages, these losses can have a profound effect on both women and their partners.  Very early on in my training I was confronted with how devastating miscarriages can be and the importance of having a dedicated clinic for patients who have experienced them. As a Fertility Specialist my goal has always been to not only achieve a pregnancy for my patients but to also do everything I can to ensure the pregnancy is successful and a healthy baby is born.

As a Senior Lecturer at the faculty of Medicine at Monash University the first lecture I always give fourth year medical students following their introduction to Gynaecology is on miscarriages. This is predominately due to believing that every future doctor, regardless of what their future speciality may be, should understand this condition and treat patients who have experienced these losses with compassion and sensitivity.

Underpinning the ethos of my dedicated miscarriage clinic is the adoption of a holistic approach to determine any underlying medical or structural conditions that with appropriate treatment may decrease the likelihood of miscarriage. My dedicated clinic also uses a multidisciplinary approach to treatment to ensure the best possible outcomes for my patients are achieved.

On Wednesdays at my Richmond consulting rooms I offer a dedicated miscarriage clinic from 1.30pm – 5pm. However, patients who have experienced miscarriage are welcome to see me at any other time at either my Clayton or Richmond consulting rooms.

If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment please call 9562 7455 or complete my online booking form.