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The highly experienced family physicians (GPs), specialist doctors and nurses at Valvekliinik are ready to help you with both urgent ailments and chronic illnesses. The patient’s needs are always our starting point, and we do our best to find a solution for each health problem. Our doctors and nurses will help to determine the most likely reason behind the patient’s health problem, assess the risks, and if necessary, provide instructions for further treatment or tests.
The mission of Valvekliinik is to be available to everybody in need of medical care and offer patient-centered treatment at the very moment when it is needed the most.
During our 5 years of work, Valvekliinik has helped over 12,000 patients from more than 100 countries.
Our highly experienced doctors will help to determine the cause behind the patient’s health problem and provide instructions for further treatment or tests.
Valvekliinik – personalized care in the centre of Tallinn
Every woman should visit a gynaecologist on average once every 2-3 years, even if they do not have specific complaints. This is because some illnesses do not create symptoms, but still are harmful to the organism.
When complaints arise, the patient should turn to the gynaecologist as soon as possible.
The first visit to the gynaecologist should happen before starting sex life or shortly thereafter. The gynaecologist will consult the patient regarding sexual behaviour and contraception during the first visit.
The patients can turn to the gynaecologists with different questions and complaints: menstrual disorders, stomach pains, issues with vaginal discharge, suspicions or testing for sexually transmitted diseases, questions regarding contraception, pregnancy-related and post-pregnancy complaints, including fairly common postpartum urinary incontinence and uterine prolapse. We also consult regarding menopausal transition, complaints, and alleviation options.
Taking care of intimate health issues and regular gynaecological examinations should be important for all women. When complaints arise, they should never be disregarded in the hopes of them just going away on their own.