... covers a wide range of women's health issues. Here we give you an overview of our range of gynaecological services:
Our gynaecologists determine the fertility status of women and men, clarify the hormone status and any imbalances. In close cooperation with fertility clinics and fertility specialists, we develop your personal care plan or work towards fulfilling your desire to have a child.
Our doctors plan and organise this so important moment for you, together with you, your partners and midwives. This way you can experience the birth of your child with a great deal of security and welcome it in an environment of safety.
During birth (natural or by caesarean section), our doctors will monitor the progress of the birth, provide precise medical care and check the baby's vital signs.
Medical monitoring of the mother after delivery and regular visits to the hospital in the following days are part of our comprehensive obstetric care.
Our doctors offer personal deliveries in various (private) hospitals in Vienna. They will be happy to inform you in detail in one of your appointments.
Our physicians accompany you from the determination of your pregnancy (high-risk pregnancy) through all check-up appointments (including the MUKI-Pass) to the birth and afterwards.You will receive comprehensive care tailored to your needs. This means that you can take care of your well-being and that of your growing baby with peace of mind.
Our doctors will also be happy to advise you on topics such as the birth process, birth options or breastfeeding. We also work closely with midwives .
In addition, we also clarify questions with you on the topics of nutrition and sport during pregnancy depending on your individual needs.
MUKI-Pass is issued to you by the doctor when the pregnancy is established (heartbeat of the child). All regular examinations and check-up appointments that are relevant for you are noted in it. Please make a new appointment immediately after your current appointment .
Additional check-ups are possible at any time. Please discuss your individual care intervals with your respective doctor.
The care of high-risk pregnancies is an important focus at Praxis Carré Schaumburg . For the pregnant woman, a high-risk pregnancy means above all that close medical care is required until birth.
The exact form of care for a high-risk pregnancy and which additional examinations are required depends on the underlying disease (e.g., thyroid and autoimmune diseases, Hashimoto's, obesity, high blood pressure, etc.).
With accurate knowledge of potential risk factors and with the help of forward-looking, careful planning and precise medication, even women with a certain underlying disease can give birth to a healthy baby.
The "Combined Test" (nuchal translucency) is carried out between 11+6- and 13+6-weeks’ gestation.
The measurement of nuchal translucency makes it possible to determine the probability of a chromosomal abnormality in the unborn child (e.g., Down's syndrome).
The so-called NIFTY™ test can be carried out from 10+1 weeks to 22 weeks. It looks for the three most common congenital trisomies, such as Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome and Pätau syndrome. It also offers the option of checking for other genetic changes.
Ask our gynaecologists about the respective test packages. They will be happy to advise you.
First relationship? Questions about contraception? Questions about menstruation? The discovery of sexuality! Our gynaecologists will take the time to discuss these topics with you and your partner.
When choosing a contraceptive, your personal circumstances and your individual weighing of advantages and disadvantages play an important role.
Possible advantages result from the ease of use and the long-term effectiveness of a method.
The effectiveness depends, among other things, on sufficient information, familiarity with the method and a conscious positive decision for the respective method.
Talk to your partner about how you imagine your sexual togetherness and your future family planning. If you are clear about your wishes and these are mutually communicated and understood, you will also have a fulfilling sex life.
The breast cancer screenings are made up of two important measures:
From the age of 40 regular mammography is recommended.
Depending on the respective examination results, further measures may be necessary. Please contact our gynaecologists. They will provide you with a comprehensive consultation and information and will initiate further steps.
As part of the gynaecological preventive medical check-up , a cervical smear (PAP smear) is taken for the early detection of cervical carcinoma.
In the event of abnormal findings, the patient will be informed immediately so that further examinations and tests can be carried out (e.g., detailed examination of the cervix, HPVtyping).
The extent of further measures depends on the individual initial situation and the examination results. Our team of gynaecologists will support you with their medical expertise.
Human papilloma viruses (HPV) are viruses that can infect the cells of the skin and mucous membranes. More than 100 different HPV types are known, which are roughly divided into low-risk types and high-risk types.
An infection with a virus of the high-risk type (e.g., HPV 16 and 18) can lead to malignant changes in women and men.
For example, cervical canceranal cancer, vaginal and penile carcinomas can often be traced back to an HPV infection. But also, cancers of the throat and pharynx. The most common cancer in women caused by HPV viruses is cervical cancer.
The presence of an HPV infection is determined by means of a PAP smear as part of the gynaecological examination. If the results are abnormal, the test is repeated. The further procedure (HPV typing, colposcopy, vaginal ultrasound, biopsy etc.) depends on the PAP result. This will be discussed with you in detail at a joint appointment with one of our gynaecologists .
The HPV vaccination protects against the development of HPV-related cancers and genital warts.
Find out about the possibility of HPV vaccination at our Praxis Carré Schaumburg.
The time of hormonal change brings new challenges for health and well-being. Unser GynäkologInnen-Team offers you up-to-date and comprehensive medical advice and care for your new phase of life as a woman.
About 25 per cent of all women of reproductive age have fibroids.
A myoma of the uterus is a benign tumour that develops from the smooth cells of the uterus.
Myomas range in size from a few millimetres to several centimetres. Whether fibroids cause pain and other symptoms depends on their size, location and number.
Common symptoms associated with fibroids are:
For the diagnosis of fibroids, a gynaecological palpation and an ultrasound are carried out after a detailed anamnesis. This helps to determine the size, location and number of fibroids.
If fibroids cause symptoms (e.g., endometriosis), there are various treatment options, such as drug therapies and surgical removal. Ask our endometriosis specialist among our gynaecologists.