Gynaecology Services

ranzcoglogoDr Gary Sykes, as well as being a highly qualified and very experienced obstetrician, is also a very skilled gynaecologist and is available for an extensive range of gynaecology needs and problems.

Dr Sykes has been a gynaecologist as long has he has been an obstetrician and has successfully managed thousands of women over many years for a considerable range of gynaecology matters.

Reasons for making a gynaecology consultation appoinment with Dr Sykes and gynaecology (in-office and in-hospital) procedures done by Dr Sykes include:

Office consultations and procedures

  • Gynaecology well-women check-ups
  • Pap smears taken – routine and if concern
  • Abnormal vaginal / uterine bleeding assessment
  • Abnormal pap smears management
    • assessment by colposcopy
    • follow -up
  • Dysmenorrhoea – assessment and management
  • Endometriosis – medical treatment
  • Genital warts treatment – if appropriate for office procedure
  • Contraception assessment, advise and management re options including
  • Diaphragm fitting
    • Oral contraception prescription
    • Implanon rod insertion and removal
    • IUC D (Intrauterine contraceptive device – both Mirena and Multiload cu 375) – insertion or removal if appropriate as office procedure
  • ‘Hormone problems’ management
  • Hormone replacement therapy management
  • Menopause symptoms management
  • Miscarriage – assessment and prevention
  • Pain of suspected gynaecology origin assessment and management
  • Pregnancy planning assessment and advice
  • Polyp – cervical removal if appropriate for office procedure
  • Postmenopausal bleeding assessment and management
  • Prolapse assessment and management including ring pessaries fitting and management
  • Sexual intercourse problems management
  • Subfertility assessment and management (per IVF)

Hospital theatre procedures

  • Adhesions – intraperitoneal laparoscopic treatment
  • Bartholin’s cyst marsupialisation or excision
  • Cervical dilatation for cervical stenosis
  • Cervical incompetence management by cervical suture insertion (to prevent miscarriage)
  • CIN or Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia (abnormal Pap smears) treatment by
    • LLETZ (Large Loop Excision Transformation Zone of Cervix)
    • Cervical diathermy
    • Cone biopsy Cone biopsy of cervix
  • Contraception
    • IUC D (Intrauterine contraceptive device – both Mirena and Multiload cu375) – insertion or removal if appropriate as hospital procedure
    • Sterilisation Laparoscopic and open
  • Dilatation of cervix and curettage of uterus (D&C)
  • Ectopic pregnancy – management of laparoscopic and open surgery
  • Endometriosis – surgical treatment
  • ERPC- evacuation of retained products of conception
  • Fenton’s procedure for excision of perineal scar tissue or to open vaginal entrance
  • Fibroids management
    • Intramural and subserosal  removal
    • sub mucous – hysteroscopic removal
  • Genital Warts treatment
  • Hysterectomy
  • Hysteroscopy with and without dilatation and curettage
  • Infertility (subfertility) assessment by laparoscopy including tubal patency checking
  • Laparoscopy procedures and surgery
  • Labioplasty procedures – both for functional and cosmetic reasons
  • Miscarriage – management
  • Oophorectomy (ovary removal) including laparoscopic and open surgery
  • Ovarian cysts – management of including laparoscopic and open surgery
  • Polyp
    • cervical – removal  if appropriate rather than in-office
    • endometrial  polyp – hysteroscopic removal
  • Salpingectomy (fallopian tube removal) including laparoscopic and open surgery.