Prenatal care

Pregnancy check-ups are carried out according to the maternity guidelines. At the beginning, the pregnancy is determined by means of ultrasound (sonography) or laboratory tests. The development of the embryo is observed at set intervals. Any deviations in the size and shape of the embryo or the placenta can be seen at an early stage. In addition, maternity care includes laboratory tests to assess the immunological constellation and to weigh up any risks.


Blood pressure checks, weight gain, laboratory parameters and the results of the ultrasound examinations are documented in the maternity record. The closer the calculated date of birth, the shorter the intervals between consultations. In addition, the child’s heart tones are assessed by means of cardiotocography. Any deviation or anomaly is discussed openly, honestly and clearly with you. Often there is no serious illness or threat behind it. But your and your unborn child’s safety comes first.

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Breast diagnostics

Besides mammography (X-ray examination), modern breast diagnostics also include radiation-free ultrasound examinations (sonography).

In this, changes in the glandular tissue can be diagnosed and differentiated.


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The spectrum of gynaecology includes the diagnosis and therapy of diseases of the female reproductive organs. The so-called “secondary prophylaxis” – the visit at the gynaecologist – serves to detect diseases of the external genitals, vagina, uterus, ovaries and breast at an early stage. According to the current status, annual screening is recommended.

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Sexuality and self-determination, prevention of pregnancy, but also protection against sexually transmitted diseases is a topic of today.

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The service area of breast surgery includes all surgical interventions on the breast. Also on the male breast. Of course, the majority of operations are on the female breast. Breast cancer alone is the most common malignant tumour in women.

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Pregnancy check-ups are carried out according to the maternity guidelines.


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The menopause is an often underestimated phase of life, although it is crucial for every woman. Many hormonal and metabolic processes change. And with it the need for various nutrients, minerals and possibly also the need for changes in lifestyle habits.

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Pre- and after-care for cancer

Malignant diseases, often referred to as “cancers”, play the most important role in our society after cardiovascular diseases when we talk about mortality. In gynaecology, 4 of the most common malignant diseases in women are represented.

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Infections of the female genital organs are not rare due to the anatomy and functionality. Sexually transmitted infections can additionally cause long-term damage, such as unwanted childlessness.

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Time, but also environmental and lifestyle factors age the skin. Despite often good skin care, wrinkles appear due to facial expressions, loss of volume or elasticity of the skin. With anti-ageing through injections, the consequences of skin ageing can be significantly reduced.

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