Create Health Blog
Here at Create Health, we are still open. We are very pleased to now offer telehealth O&G and midwife consultations for our women. You may not have used this service before as it provides remote health care services.
This blog includes important information about COVID-19, commonly referred to as coronavirus. We know there is stress and anxiety in our community about this disease, and people have many questions regarding the health implications.
Endometriosis is a common condition that affects women, typically from mid to late teens up to menopause. Some cases have been recorded even before the onset of the menstrual cycle and in some rare instances, cases were reported after menopause.
Feeling overwhelmed with all the new things to think about now that you’re pregnant? From choosing a doctor, arranging maternity leave to adjusting your diet, Obstetrician Mei Cheah’s action list will help guide you through the first trimester of pregnancy and tick off those important tasks.
Unfortunately, having trouble falling pregnant is common; one in six couples are not pregnant after 12 months of trying.
If you are having difficulty conceiving, it is important to make an appointment to see your GP for a check-up. You will most likely then be referred to a fertility specialist for further advice.
It's an exciting time when a couple decides that they would like to ‘try for a baby’!
Most of us spend years trying not to fall pregnant, and then hope that a pregnancy will happen immediately once off contraception.
Finding out you are pregnant is one of the most exciting, joyful and exhilarating things you will experience in life. The dreaming, anticipation, imagining what will be; it can quickly become very consuming. From the moment your pregnancy is confirmed, planning can begin, and you rapidly learn that there are many choices and decisions to be made.