Top Gynaecologist and Obstetrician
in Marbella

Are you looking for a female gynaecologist in your area? At the MRC Clinic, we have a team of top-rated gynaecology surgeons, including a female gynaecologist, who is fluent in English, French, Arabic and Spanish language and can tend to whatever your requirements may be.

Best Gynaecologist in Marbella

We understand that, as a woman, gynaecological visits can be uncomfortable and awkward yet extremely necessary, which is why going to a female gynaecologist can reduce some of that discomfort.

We carry out full gynaecological check-ups which consist of an abdominal and pelvic as well as breast examination and a Pap test, whereby a swab of cervical cells are gently scraped from your cervix and sent for analysis.

Our list of services includes:

  • Birth Control
  • Fertility Study
  • Gynaecologist Sonography
  • Hormonal Disorders
  • Diagnosis & Prevention of Breast Cancer
  • Genital Malformation Diagnosis & Treatments
  • Vaginal Rejuvenation
  • Vaginal Dryness
  • Vaginal Laxity
  • Routine Gynaecological Check-Ups
  • Pelvic Floor Disorders due to Pregnancy, Menopause or Injury
  • Pap Smears & Colposcopy
  • Perimenopause and Menopause
  • Menstrual Disorders
  • Infections
  • Sexual Disorders
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Lichen Sclerosis
  • Minimal Invasive surgery and laparoscopy
  • Psychological Counselling

Gynaecological check-ups are vital and to be done annually as soon as we are sexually active, to ensure your gynaecological and reproductive health. Moreover, by doing so, any change in one’s reproductive organs which could imply the potential development of a health problem can be eliminated or resolved at an early stage. They are also essential to avoid the risk of sexually transmitted diseases and prevent the risk of gynaecological and breast cancer.

Equally important is the choice of a good gynaecologist – a professional you can trust and with whom you are comfortable talking openly about personal and intimate topics such as your sex life, previous illnesses and infections or delicate issues such as urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness or loss of libido.

In fact, at the Marbella Royal Clinic, we go so much further. Yes, we provide expert gynaecological services to ensure your health is under control, but we also offer state-of-the-art laser treatments for the treatment of vaginal laxity, vaginal dryness and urinary incontinence. These little-talked about issues can impact greatly on your sex life and relationship with your partner yet can be resolved, both physically with laser treatment and psychologically with counselling.

Whatever your requirements, our female gynaecologist can put together a personalised plan of treatment targeted at your specific needs and concerns.

Our Gynaecology Treatments:

  • Precision Intravenous Therapy
  • Vaginal Laser
  • Renew treatment
  • High-tech
  • Ozone Autohemotherapy
  • Bio-Identical
  • Hormonal Treatment
  • Psychological Counselling

Our Other Treatments Related to Gynaecology

Frequently Asked Questions

There are a variety of symptoms, but the most common ones are abnormal vaginal bleeding in between periods or after sex, vaginal itching, soreness, dryness, or unusual discharge. Frequent urge to urinate, which may also be accompanied by a burning sensation, unusual pelvic pain, painful sex that is not related to menopause are also few of the major symptoms.
It is usually recommended to get the first gynaecological check-up between the ages of 13 -18 or when you become sexually active.
Sometimes urinary incontinence can be relieved to a certain extent through pelvic floor training (Kegel exercises), losing weight, including more fibre in your diet, and eliminating caffeine, alcohol and tobacco. However, if these steps don’t help then the next best option is surgery. At MRC, we take a different approach and offer a painless and non-invasive laser treatment, which requires no hospitalisation and zero down-time. With a 100% success rate, a lot of patients are already choosing vaginal laser treatment over surgery. This is a revolutionary procedure, not only for treating incontinence but also for eliminating other problems like dryness and rejuvenating the vaginal mucosa.
There are many causes for pelvic pain, but the most common ones are endometriosis, infections, ovarian cysts and urinary tract infections. Once your gynaecologist has diagnosed and appropriately treated your specific condition then you might get relief from the pain.
Yes, they can be treated. There are several types of menstrual disorders, which include abnormal bleeding, dysmenorrhea (painful periods), amenorrhea (no bleeding), oligomenorrhea (light bleeding), fibroids. The gynaecologist must diagnose the underlying cause for your problem to prescribe an appropriate course of treatment. Once your gynaecologist has diagnosed the underlying causes for your problem, she can then prescribe an appropriate course of treatment.
Our gynaecological treatments are extremely safe, effective and painless with noside effects.
If you miss one pill, then take it the next day along with that day’s pill (2 pills in one day). If you have missed 2 pills, then take those 2 pills on the day you remember and then 2 pills the day after. This will ensure protection from pregnancy. Depending on the pill, you might also need to take a few other precautions like abstaining from sex for the next 7 days after taking the last forgotten pill. Consult your gynaecologist or your family planning clinic if you have any further doubts.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or Polycystic Ovary Disease is caused due to the presence of cysts in the ovaries due to imbalances in reproductive hormones. These conditions can be treated with hormones and through managing one’s lifestyle in terms of weight loss, exercise and reduced intake of sugar and carbohydrates, as insulin resistance are common in women with this condition.
Counselling is extremely important for all women dealing with or overcoming gynaecological diseases, as these issues affect the mental well-being and make them question their femininity. This in turn results in low self-confidence, fear, resentment and starts affecting one’s life and relationships.The psychological counselling offered by MRC has proven to be invaluable to our patients, who have seen positive and satisfactory results.
These are a few of the important suggestions to maintain good gynaecological health:
  • Get regular annual check-ups and Pap smears to reduce your risk of cervical cancer.
  • Practice safe sex to protect yourself from STDs.
  • Eat healthily to maintain healthy body weight and avoid menstrual problems.
  • Do Kegel exercises to strengthen the pelvic muscle and prevent bladder problems and associated sexual problems.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Avoid using harsh soaps, douching and wear light natural fabric underwear.
  • Make sure you are in good health before getting pregnant.