Women's Health Screening Service

Our partner clinic, The Health Advisory Clinic, focuses on treating local and foreign patients for any reproductive or sexual health-related issues. Our female doctor’s expertise in the diagnosis, treatment and management of women’s health conditions caters to the needs of women of all ages.

You can expect a comfortable and private environment to discuss your medical concerns with our female doctor. Any information that you share is confidential and you can count on our medical team to be discreet.

Service Location:

1 Raffles Place, #04-49, Singapore 048616

Opening Hours:

Mon to Fri 9:00am – 6:00pm

Sat 9:00am – 2:00pm

  • Screen for the most common type of cancer among women in Singapore.

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  • Screen for the 9th most common type of cancer for women in Singapore.

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  • Recommended for women post-menopausal or w/  family history of cancer.

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  • Find out the most appropriate birth control option for your need.

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  • An assessment of what health issues might affect your baby.

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  • Infertility is common, check with our doctor to address your concerns.

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  • Consult a doctor to determine if your cycle is normal or not.

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  • Understand abnormalities that may be caused by vaginal infections.

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Prefer to see a doctor in person? Screen for common women's health-related issues at our partner clinic. Conveniently located right in the heart of Central Business District, just above Raffles Place MRT.

Book your appointment today, and pay later at the clinic.


The Health Advisory Clinic offers a comprehensive range of medical services and is committed to providing personalised and quality healthcare. Patient well-being and privacy is our utmost priority.


Breast Cancer


Unfortunately, the earliest stage of breast cancer offers no symptoms, so early detection can be pretty hard. You need to be screened to detect cancer.


As breast cancer progresses, women can experience some of the following symptoms:

  • A painless palpable lump

  • A persistent rash around the nipple

  • Unusual bleeding or discharge from the nipple

  • The skin of the breast begins to swell, pucker, or harden.

  • The nipple retracts

  • Breast pain, but this is not a reliable indicator of breast cancer

Cervical Cancer

While this type of cancer can affect any woman, there are a few risk factors that increase the chances of cervical cancer:

  • Having multiple sexual partners

  • Being sexually active at an early age

  • Smoking

  • Using oral contraceptives more than five years

  • Compromised immune system


Even if you don’t have these risk factors, it is still important to know the signs and symptoms although these may not always occur even in women who have cervical cancer. The most common symptoms include vaginal bleeding and discharge and bleeding after intercourse.

Ovarian Cancer


Please keep in mind that this type of cancer may not display with symptoms. However, please take note of potential symptoms which include the following: 

  • Abdominal or pelvis pain

  • Abdominal swelling or lumps

  • Feeling bloated or full

  • Nausea

  • Reduction in appetite

  • Constipation or diarrhoea

  • Lethargy

  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding

  • Increased urinary frequency

  • Breathlessness


Vaginal Infections

There is not one particular cause for vaginal disorders although they may be caused by an infection of the vagina. This is also known as vaginitis. The causes of this infection can include sexual transmission but may also be due to yeast infections of bacterial vaginosis. 


Vaginal disorders that lead to the presence of lumps or that display by causing painful sexual intercourse, or abnormal bleeding between menstrual cycles may be due to other causes. Untreated sexually transmitted diseases, genital warts can also be the culprit. These symptoms may also be caused by cancer present in the vagina, cervix, or uterus.


Cancellation or reschedule has to be made at least 24 hours before the scheduled time.