Gynaecological & Fertility

Introducing the new Auralia Female Health Clinic:

Our Gynaecology Centre of Excellence at Auralia hospital in Park West Dublin offers a wide range of diagnostic investigations and treatments for all Gynaecological conditions. Our patients are treated with skill and sensitivity so you can be confident that you are in expert caring hands.
At Auralia our aim is to provide the best medical care and expertise in order to change people’s lives and achieve the best possible results. We are always 100% dedicated and hopeful that your experience will be a positive one and we strive for excellence at all times. Our fully qualified surgeons will provide professional advice and expertise to help you along your journey with us here in our fully Internationally accredited hospital in Park West.

Women’s Health Gynaecological Check-up:

At Auralia, we understand the importance of looking after your health. It is essential to have a gynaecological check-up and promote a healthy lifestyle. We aim to offer you the most professional and caring service in order to resolve any gynaecological health issues that may arise including the following:
  • Endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, abnormal bleeding and pelvic pain, Family Planning and Menopausal Disorders.
  • Gynaecological Diagnostics: Ultrasound scan, hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, bone density screening, cervical smears and cancer screening.


Unfortunately, it is estimated that 1 in 6 couples in Ireland will experience difficulty conceiving. Fertility problems affect men and women in equal measures. Usually if 6 – 12 months have passed without achieving pregnancy, we advise that the investigation process begins in order find a cause, If any. In older couples these investigations should commence as early as possible.
Reduced fertility in women:
Ovulation problems due to irregular periods are the most common cause for low fertility in women. Also, conditions such as endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease and appendicitis can block the fallopian tubes resulting in the eggs inability to travel from the ovary to the uterus. Fibroids can develop in the uterus and occasionally they can result in issues with the implantation of a fertilized egg. A woman’s age is an important factor because the quality of the eggs can reduce over time and the risk of miscarriage is higher due to increasing genetic faults.
Reduced fertility in men:
Male fertility reduces with age. Also, a genetic condition, injury or illness can cause sperm count to be low or nil. The quality of sperm can be poor for a variety of reasons for example; smoking, drinking, medication or an illness. This can result in the sperm not being able to reach the egg or fertilise the egg.
  • Fertility and Reproductive Medicine: Initial assessment of fertility potentials (ovulation, tubal patency, ovarian reserve, hormones and semen analysis).

Family Planning:

  • Contraceptive advice
  • Mirena coil insertion and removal


Early Pregnancy Assessment:

Ultrasound scan, miscarriages and early pregnancy problems.
  • Fertility treatment and assisted conception monitoring.
  • Ovarian cysts aspiration under Ultrasound guidance.
  • Ultrasound satellite monitoring for IVF and fertility treatment.

A facility to help patients planning on receiving treatment abroad, to allow them to have their Ultrasound, blood tests and prescriptions without the need to travel abroad .