Women’s Health Clinic Singapore

Dr Tan & Partners – Women’s Health Clinic Singapore

Dr Tan and Partners is a GP clinic with a special focus on providing comprehensive and holistic care for Women’s Health Issues.

We provide a private and comfortable setting for you to discuss your problem with our doctors.

All our doctors are certified in Singapore and professionally trained to assist you in your medical needs.

For lady patients who prefer female doctors, we have dedicated female Doctors to attend to you.

We have 4 locations conveniently located at Robertson Walk, Bencoolen Street, Scotts Medical Center and Orchard Building (above H&M) .

We are Open on Saturdays and Sundays.

Services Provided:

Click here for details on STD Screening for Women

You are welcome to visit our clinics anytime during our opening hours without an appointment.

If you wish to see a lady doctor, please call ahead for their schedule.

Your are welcome to visit Our Doctors at Our Clinics anytime during our opening hours.

We have 5 locations conveniently located at Robertson Walk, Bencoolen Street, Novena, Scotts (Pacific Plaza) and Somerset (H&M)

Robertson Walk          6238 7810   map

Bencoolen Street        6884 4119   map

Novena                           63972095   map

Scotts                              66942348   map

Somerset                       62620762   map

Email: doctor@drtanandpartners.com

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Explore our blog. We have lots of great information for you!

Click here to learn about Contraception.
Click here to learn about Vaginal Discharge.
Click here to learn about Vaginal Itching
Click here to learn about the Cervical Cancer Vaccine
Click here to learn about HIV and STDs
Click here to learn about Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding

and much more!


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Women’s Health Forum

Hey Gal friends! Our lady doctors have launched a health forum specially for women only!

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178 Comments

  1. am having skin rashes what std having this sign?thnx

    • There are many possible causes of skin rashes. We cannot diagnose you over the internet. Please see a doctor.

  2. Hi, I just got married not too long ago and my husband and I have been trying to have sex for a few times but he is unable to penetrate me. We were both virgins before marriage so we’re new at this. What could be the problem? How do I check this out and how much would that cost? Thanks.

    • I’m afraid there is too little information here for us to determine what the problem is. For example, is it because he cannot get or sustain an erection? Is it because either you and he feels pain? You may want to speak to a counselor or sex educator before you talk to a doctor. This may not be a medical issue.

  3. Hello Docs

    I am interested to get gardasil. But, i am not sure if i am suitable .What kind of test i can go and check if i am suitable for vaccination ?

    Thanks! 🙂

  4. Hi Doctor,

    Last week i have a unprotected intercourse with my partner and eventually he ejaculated in, next day my vagina start to itched and have mild burning sensation or even swollen. May i know what happen to me? i felt very irritated.

  5. I realised lately after having sex. I will bleed for days,definitely not period. It’s not too heavy but red blood. Sometime it’s very dark brown. It will go on will about one week. May I ask what’s the possibility of the cause of it?

    • The possible sinister causes are cervical cancer and womb cancer. The other possible benign causes are infection or cervical polyp. You really should see your ObGyn to figure this out. You are welcome to visit any one of our clinics.

  6. Hello,
    I have vaginal discharge, it is white in colour n looks like cottage cheese. But it’s not itchy.. however my partners is itchy at the genetial area after having sex. The discharge is odourless. I got it checked a few months ago but the medicines didn’t reduce the discharge.i s it a infection Or just a side effect of anti-depressants I am on.

    • There are many possible causes of vaginal discharge. Typically, “cottage cheese” discharge is caused by a yeast infection. You should see a doctor to determine what is exactly causing your discharge.

  7. Worried

    I discovered a hard lump in my armpit. It doesn’t go away for a month. I’m worried. Should I see a doctor?

    • Yes you absolutely should. It could be anything from a sebaceous gland to a lymph node. You are welcome to visit any of our clinics. Click HERE for location into.

  8. Hi….I am a virgin and after the last menstruation I observe sticky brown liquid veginal discharge and it has been continuing for a few days . I m warried.What is the problem

  9. Hi….I am a virgin and after the last menstruation I observe sticky brown liquid veginal discharge. I m warried.What is the problem

  10. Ashleyc

    Dear Docs,

    I had sexual encounters previously.But,i don’t dare to do pap smear test because of the pain and the result. 🙁 If, I decide to have the vaccine and have health lifestyle instead. Does it helps to prevent cervical cancer as well?

    And also, does PAP smear hurts? 🙁

    • There is no need to be scared of the results or pain. If you are sexually active, you are at risk of HPV and therefore cervical cancer. Early detection and treatment will benefit you. Also, it should not be painful (it is like inserting a penis into your vagina, with a lot of lubricant).
      No, healthy lifestyle and diet will not change your risk of HPV infection.

  11. Ashley

    Dear Doc.

    I had three protected sexual encounters and haven did pap smear test before. Because, I am scared of the results and also the pain. 🙁 Just want to check that does our daily healthy diet will help us to reduce/ prevent the risk of getting HPV?

    Thanks!

    • There is no need to be scared of the results or pain. If you are sexually active, you are at risk of HPV and therefore cervical cancer. Early detection and treatment will benefit you. Also, it should not be painful (it is like inserting a penis into your vagina, with a lot of lubricant).
      No, diet will not change your risk of HPV infection.

  12. Dolly Yap

    Hi Doctor, I’m 22 years old this year and I’m not taking any contraceptive. I started having my menstruation when I’m 10 years old. Since then, I have irregular menstruation, and the bleeding will normal last about 7 days. My mum brought me to see a GP when I’m 20 for my irregular menstruation. The doctor explained that I’m still going through puberty, and my menstruation would settle down once I hit 21. From late last year, my condition gets worsen. On top of my irregular menstruation, I have very light bleeding which would normally last for 2 days. I’ve consulted a gynae and did an ultrasound. He explained to me that my walls are slightly thick which caused very little bleeding. And the irregular menstruation is due to my body rhythm. He gave me 5 days course of norethisterone and 2 cycles of progyluton to clear the “dirt” on my walls. After completing the course of medication, I still did not see any improvement. Should I seek second opinion or should I just keep monitoring for a few more cycle?

    • Hi Dolly,

      Irregular menstruation is a common problem amongst women – sometimes, this can be caused by a hormonal imbalance. There are blood tests that can be done to investigate this hormonal imbalance.
      If you’d like to have some testing done, you’re welcome to come to our women’s clinic for a checkup, I would be happy to assist. If you’ve got the ultrasound report from your gynae, please also bring that along for your visit.

  13. Hi doctor ,
    My vagina have been itchy for months , and sometimes a very thick white discharge ,
    My skin is so red and dry , sometimea i cant help it but to scratch , sometimes i get sleepless night due to the itchyness.. What should i do , and how to get the itchyness off… Its so painful that i feel like crying..

  14. Hi,

    I am having vaginal itching since Monday. Today after showering when I looked inside my vagina, it had white stuffs. When I tried to remove it, it wouldnt budge. The area is itchy, tight, uncomfortable and it feels abit swollen too. Please guide me.

  15. Help me

    Hi, my vagina cheeks have been having ulcer kind abrasion. And there were small to large size of a 5 cent coin. Is there any problem with me? I have been having this for 1 week and it’s not getting any better. Do i had sex before with my ex boyfriend and was worried if it’s some kind of sex dieases.
    Please advise. Thank you!

    • It could be Herpes or less likely Syphilis. If the sores are painful it is most likely Herpes. Please see a doctor as soon as you can. If you wish to see us, you can get our location info by CLICKING HERE.

  16. Samantha

    hi. there was a period of time I shaved Everyday for two weeks straight(Not sure if it’s because of this) but then the vulvar region started itching really bad and the itch spread to the perineum as well. it’s been about 5 months and the itch is still there, sometimes worse sometimes not bad. it is very painful sometimes after scratching which happens unknowingly or in my sleep and sometimes causes discomfort to walk due to friction. the skin is very red and dry. my vagina is now constantly wet that it soaks up my panty liners. there is no smell tho, discharge is sometimes white or whitish yellow. however, I got my discharge tested and it came back normal. was also tested for yeast infection, vaginitis, trichomoniasis, gonorrhoea and chlamydia but all came back negative. i don’t know, could this be a skin condition instead? could a skin condition affect the moistness and discharge? what do I do, thank you doctor

    • Samantha

      also after sex the vulvar aches, due to the skin stretching I think.

  17. Hello
    My vagina has been itching for almost a week now. I reached down and could feel that the inside of my vagina is swollen. Is this something serious?

  18. Hi. I’m 20 this year. I actually notice my vagina smells fishy like 3years ago. It is on and off. So i never really go to see any doctor. I’m quite sexually active (most of the times we dont use condom and i dont eat any pills at all). I had changed quite a number of sex partners before (include&exclude ex-boyfriends) until recently the smell got stronger, and it became a problem for me and my boyfriend when we’re having sexual intercourse. He doesnt want to go down on me because the smell is too strong. So i got worried, and he asked me to see a doctor and let them check if i had any vaginal infection. I did went to polyclinic afterwards. The doctor insert something in my vagina, and uses cotton bud to “absorb” the vagina juice. And after the lab does the report, it shown that there isnt any pus cells, yeast cells nor trichomonas. (Which means i am vaginal infection-less right?) then she gave me two different types of antibiotics. I have not started taking the antibiotics as today i just went to check with the doctor. Am i really infection-less? What should i be taking note of?

    • Thank you for a very well crafted question. I noted that the polyclinic doctor only tested for pus cells, yeast and trichomonas. I would therefore assume that they did not test for many other possible infections like Gardnerella, Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma, GBS, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea etc etc. Also, there is no PAP smear or HPV test. So with these results, I would be very hard pressed to say that you are infection-less.

  19. Hi I have dark brown discharge for 3 months.. It only happen before menses come. Initially I thought stress that cause my cycle haywire and has brown discharge instead.. But when menses come, it is bright red and heavy flow.. What could have happen?

  20. hihi
    My mense has been here for almost 1.5mths. I googled around and knew that I was suffering from Menorrhagia.

    I used to have mild bled but this time round, it seems unstoppable. Any recommendation and which clinic should i go to? Please advise. Million thanks!

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