Colorectal & Prolapse Specialist

Can I Get Haemorrhoids Treatment During Pregnancy?

Pregnancy is a transformative journey that brings joy, anticipation, and, at times, unexpected challenges. Haemorrhoids, often a common discomfort during pregnancy, can be effectively treated

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Colon Polyps – What they are, what they mean, and what to do

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on colonic polyps and hereditary polyposis syndromes. In this informative article, led by a leading female colorectal surgeon, we’ll unravel

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A Guide to Pelvic Pain and Menopause

Menopause is a natural phase in a woman’s life that typically occurs between the ages of 45 and 55. This transition marks the end of

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What is an Endoscopy?

Modern medicine has made remarkable strides in diagnostic and treatment techniques, one of the most revolutionary being endoscopy. This procedure has transformed the way physicians

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Everything You Need to Know About Pelvic Floor Health During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a time of profound change and growth, both within and outside the body. Understanding the relationship between pregnancy and your pelvic floor is

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What does a pelvic floor specialist do and when should I see one?

The human body is a marvel of interconnected systems, each playing a crucial role in maintaining health and functionality. Among these intricate systems lies the

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The Crucial Importance of Your Annual Colonoscopy

Regular health screenings are essential for detecting and preventing various medical conditions, and one such vital screening is your annual colonoscopy in Melbourne. This procedure

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Navigating Colorectal Cancer: Supporting Your Health during Chemotherapy and Surgery

Receiving a diagnosis of colon, rectal or bowel cancer from your colorectal surgeon can be overwhelming and challenging. Treatment options often involve a combination of

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What does long-term constipation mean for your health?

What does long-term constipation mean for your health? As any colorectal surgeon in Melbourne knows, there are many ways constipation can affect each individual. Constipation

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Understanding the Differences Between Haemorrhoids and Rectal Prolapse

Haemorrhoids and rectal prolapse are two distinct medical conditions affecting the rectal area, which can be treated by your prolapse specialist or colorectal surgeon in

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