Women’s Health

Fitzwilliam Medical Centre conveniently located in Dublin city centre

20 Years Experience

Our Doctors partake in continuous education to ensure delivery of a comprehensive and innovative healthcare service.

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Fitzwilliam Medical Centre

Women's Health Service

Our services include Family planning/Contraception Appointments,Cervical Smears, Breast screening, Bone health advice, Menopause/Menstrual advice.

  • Family planning/Contraception Appointments
  • Cervical Smears
  • Breast screening
  • Bone health advice
  • Menopause/Menstrual advice
  • Depo-Provera Contraceptive Injection
  • Contraceptive Coil insertion and removal (Mirena /Jaydess /Kyleena Coil)
  • Implanon NXT C ontraceptive Implant (insertion/removal)
  • Sexual Health (STI) Testing & Treatment
  • Fertility Investigations
  • Well Women Screening- Blood pressure, BMI, Cardiovascular/Respiratory exam, Breast/cervical check, Lifestyle advice, Blood testing for Diabetes, Cholesterol, Kidney, Liver, Thyroid disease.



We offer advice and provide available short term and long term contraception options

  • Oral contraceptive pill
  • Implanon insertion and removal (contraceptive implant)
  • Depo Provera Injection
  • Nuvaring
  • Intrauterine contraceptive coil insertion and removal (Mirena coil, Kyleena coil, Jaydess coil)


Fertility and family planning

We recommend an appointment 3 months before conceiving for pre-pregnancy consultation where we can offer advice and information and screening tests prior to conception if necessary. If you and your partner are having difficulty conceiving or you have concerns regarding your fertility we will help to discuss this with you and arrange tests and investigations and onward referral if required.


Antenatal and postnatal screening

We provide antenatal and postnatal care under the Maternity and Infant Care scheme which entitles all expectant mothers free antenatal shared care, between the GP and the obstetrician. We will confirm the pregnancy at your first visit and offer a number of additional visits alternating with the antenatal/maternity unit throughout your pregnancy. After the birth we will examine the baby at 2 weeks and examine mother and baby at 6 weeks.

Vaccinations during Pregnancy i.e. Flu and Whooping Cough (Pertussis)



The average age of menopause is approximately 51-52 years of age however symptoms related to the menopause may be noticed for some women in their 40’s and earlier in women if they experience premature ovarian failure. We offer advice and information on queries and concerns regarding Menopausal symptoms and can discuss hormonal treatment options (HRT hormonal replacement therapy) and non hormonal treatment options if desirable and appropriate.


Bone Health

We can offer help and advice on lowering your risk of Osteopenia and Osteoporosis and reduce your chance of future fracture. Lifestyle advice and recommendations including information and screening of Calcium and Vitamin D levels will be offered and a referral for DEXA Scan for screening may be organised in those considered at high risk of low bone density. Medication to slow bone loss may be indicated and prescribed for those found to have a low bone density.


Breast Health

We offer advice regarding breast health and provide breast examinations. The Breast screening programme Breastcheck is available to all women aged 50-68 years old To check that you are on the Breast check register visit https://www.breastcheck.ie/ssregister/index.php


If there are any concerns regarding your breast health onward referral to the Breast clinic for further assessment and imaging with Ultrasound and Mammogram may be arranged if required.


Cervical Screening

Cervical check

A cervical screening test (previously known as a smear test) looks to see if you might be at greater risk of developing cervical cancer in the future. On 30 March 2020, HPV cervical screening will be introduced. HPV is the main cause of cervical cancer. Finding HPV first is a better way to screen for cervical cancer. If HPV infection is detected early further monitoring and treatment will be arranged via the Colposcopy clinic if there are any changes to cells in your cervix.This is a new way of cervical screening introduced by the HSE and will be offered for free as part of the Cervical screening programme with Cervical check.

To check that you are eligible for free Cervical screening please check the Cervical check register online https://apps.cervicalcheck.ie/check-eligibility/check-eligibility.596.checkeligibilityv2.html


Private Cervical Smear and HPV tests (SUSPENDED)

We also offer private cervical smear and HPV testing available through a private Dublin based laboratory with results available usually within 10 days.

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At Fitzwilliam Medical Centre our patient’s needs are at the heart of everything we do

Fitzwilliam Medical Centre,
79 Fitzwilliam Lane,
Dublin 2

01 678 5100

Out of hours Eastdoc:

01 209 4021


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