Thank you for choosing Evelyn and Rose Women's Health to care for you.
We aim to exceed your expectations by providing personalised care.
We will look after you and guide you through your health journey
Appointments are charged at the medicare rebate if privately insured and planning to deliver Privately with Dr Suvi Hyytinen
Delivery fee is billed directly to your health fund for those privately insured.
Please contact us to discuss further details.
For further information of management of your individual symptoms - please contact us
1300 076 732
1 in 10 women are affected by this debilitating disease which can affect fertility.
Many women have been told that "periods are normally painful" and to deal with their symptoms. This is not the case and there are treatment options available, including various forms of medical management and laparoscopic surgery.
For further information please contact us 1300 076 732
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Suite G, Ramsay Place, 137 Flockton Street, Everton Park, Queensland, 4053 Australia
Monday to Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment
Natural cycle monitoring
Get to know about your own fertile window by tracking your cycle.
After hours appointments are available for those busy ladies on Tuesdays every week until 8pm and alternating every Thursday evening til 8pm
Home visits are available by appointment.
Dr Suvi provides personalised holistic pregnancy care incorporating your own birth expectations to achieve a safe delivery of your special bundle.
Dr Suvi provides a post-birth home visit as apart of her antenatal package.
Dr Suvi Hyytinen at Evelyn and Rose Women's Health in Cairns city, specialises in pregnancy care but is also a gynecologist specialising in minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery, prolapse repairs, pap smears, heavy periods, pelvic pain, and vulval disorders.
Ensure that you have a valid referral and copies of any relevant investigations that you may have had
Why are fetal movements important and why are we concerned about reduced fetal movements?