Medical Termination of Pregnancy
(MTOP)

The clinic is open and here to help all patients during the Covid-19 pandemic

However, all of us need to practise social distancing with the advent of Covid-19.

If it’s difficult for you to return I will be using tele-health to communicate with you. It is ideal after a MTOP to have a check-up in about 2 weeks. The 2 week check is to make sure there is no tissue left in (retained products of conception, 1-9/100), infection (1/300), continuing pregnancy (1/100), and to make sure there are no psychological problems and contraception has been sorted.

 

If pain and bleeding hasn’t completely settled there may be a problem. This is fixable. A pregnancy test will frequently be positive at 2-3 weeks. Almost always it is negative at 6 weeks.

 

MTOP Patients need to see me 2-3 weeks from the first appointment. If you can’t get to a check up appointment let the clinic know and I will phone you.

 

If you have any concerns you can phone me on 0408 618 226. As I can be busy, texting can be quicker otherwise you can email me at sue@mfwc.com.au

Dr Sue Brumby

Surgical Termination of Pregnancy
(STOP)

The clinic is open and here to help all patients during the Covid-19 pandemic

However, all of us need to practise social distancing with the advent of Covid-19.

If it’s difficult for you to return I will be using tele-health to communicate with you. It is ideal after a STOP to have a check-up in about 2 weeks. The 2 week check is to make sure there is no tissue left in (retained products of conception, 1/200), infection (1/200), continuing pregnancy (1/1000), and to make sure there are no psychological problems and contraception has been sorted.

 

If pain and bleeding hasn’t completely settled there may be a problem. This is fixable. A pregnancy test will frequently be positive at 2-3 weeks. Almost always it is negative at 6 weeks.

 

STOP Patients should see their GP 2-3 weeks from the operation.

 

If you have any concerns you can phone me on 0408 618 226. As I can be busy, texting can be quicker otherwise you can email me at sue@mfwc.com.au

Dr Sue Brumby

Hormone & Copper
IUDs

The clinic is open and here to help all patients during the Covid-19 pandemic

However, all of us need to practise social distancing with the advent of Covid-19.

It is a good idea to have a check up in 4-6 weeks. The check is to make sure there is no infection, no expulsion and no perforation and there are no other problems.

Most problems happen at the beginning and are fixable.

If you can’t see your GP or me let the clinic know and I will phone you.

If you have any concerns you can phone me on 0408 618 226. As I can be busy, texting can be quicker otherwise you can email me at sue@mfwc.com.au

Dr Sue Brumby

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Blue Water Medical

Macquarie Fields Women’s Clinic

02 9605 2247
02 9605 2350
info@mfwc.com.au
3 Dale Lane, Macquarie Fields NSW 2564

 

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02 6651 5037
02 6651 1505
info@bluewatermedical.com.au
223 Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450

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