Experience

About me

Staff Specialist, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department, Logan Hospital 2013 Director, Obsterics and Gynaecology Department, Redland Hospital 2012 A...

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Services & pricing

Antenatal Care


Sunnybank Obstetrics and Gynaecology Suite 213a, 250 McCullough Street (Times Square Building), Sunnybank

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Private practice


Endometrial ablation


Sunnybank Obstetrics and Gynaecology Suite 213a, 250 McCullough Street (Times Square Building), Sunnybank

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Private practice


First visit Gynaecology


Sunnybank Obstetrics and Gynaecology Suite 213a, 250 McCullough Street (Times Square Building), Sunnybank

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Private practice


First visit Obstetrics


Sunnybank Obstetrics and Gynaecology Suite 213a, 250 McCullough Street (Times Square Building), Sunnybank

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Private practice


In vitro fertilization (IVF)


Sunnybank Obstetrics and Gynaecology Suite 213a, 250 McCullough Street (Times Square Building), Sunnybank

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Private practice


Laparoscopic hysterectomy


Sunnybank Obstetrics and Gynaecology Suite 213a, 250 McCullough Street (Times Square Building), Sunnybank

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Private practice

Patient Reviews

5

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Location: Private practice Infertility, Pregnancy, Miscarriage

Stephen is an amazing person and an expert in his field. He ensures you are completely informed about your condition and options and gives you power to chose. He is available to his patients 24/7. His staff are caring and compassionate from first contact. If you want the best he is it!
Could be improved: Nothing! If you want the best Stephen is the absolute best.


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Questions solved

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  • Question about Implanon NXT Implant

    Can I put tthe implanon this month & remove it the following month?

    I'm not sure why you would want an Implanon in one month and out the other. If you want short term contraception then the oral contraceptive pill may be better than going through the cost and discomfort of an implant.
    If you are asking can you have a new one put in this month and the old one removed next month then technically yes. You will get an increase in the hormone dose that month, and therefore an increased risk of side effects. These are usually mild.

    Dr. Stephen Elgey

  • Question about Diane-35 ED Tablets

    Hello
    I had a baby 7 weeks ago and got my period for the first time today.
    I would like to start my Diane Pill, and am not sure if I start on the sugar pills or the activ pills today?

    Diane-35 ED is a combined oral contraceptive, meaning it contains 2 active hormones. These are derivatives of oestrogen and progesterone. If you are breastfeeding then a combined pill like Diane-35 is not recommended as it can reduce or inhibit your milk supply. A progesterone only would be recommended for women who are breastfeeding.
    It is probably simpler to start on the marked position on the packet in the red section. As you are aware these are inactive tablets, and for reliable contraception you need to have had 7 active tablets in a row. You can commence in the active section if you like, but your next period may be a week earlier - just be sure to start the next packet correctly next time.

    Have fun..

    Dr. Stephen Elgey

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Experience

About me

Staff Specialist, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department, Logan Hospital 2013 Director, Obsterics and Gynaecology Department, Redland Hospital 2012 A...

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