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Covid Vaccine for Pregnant Women

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you are strongly advised to get COVID-19 vaccine. You should also get a booster dose when it's offered to you. You can get this at any time during your pregnancy. 

If you are unsure, please ask to speak to one of the doctors or nurses in our practice, who will be happy to discuss the vaccine with you. 

Here are some useful websites to help you make your decision about Covid Vaccine in Pregnancy

Covid Vaccine in Pregnancy

Covid in Pregnancy info RCOG

Covid in Pregnancy information RCPI


Menopause Clinic

If you are experiencing symptoms of the menopause or if you want to discuss any aspect of the menopause, please phone reception and ask for an appointment with Dr Miriam Daly. Dr Daly has 20 years of experience providing care to women in the menopause and previously worked as Director for Womens Health in the Irish College of General Practice ( 2009-2019) running education for GPs on all aspects of womens health including the menopause.

Menopause Check Up,

A check up with your GP around the time of the menopause will include a discussion about menopausal symptoms, a general medical check up, screening, lifestyle advice, bone health discussion, blood tests and advice about HRT. A full menopause consultation always involves two visits with the doctor. At the first visit the doctor will go through your menopause symptoms, and include a review of your past medical history, your risk factors for cardiovascular disease and full bone health assessment. You will be referred for blood tests. At your second visit the doctor will go through your blood results, and will advise on your cardiovascular risk factors and on your bone health and will advise on management of menopause symptoms. 


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