We are taking advice and closing at 1pm today – Monday 16th October. Please call us on 01 2761522 if you have an emergency or wish to cancel/reschedule an appointment. Please take Met Eireann Weather Service advice before travelling.
“Doctors are being advised to listen to what women tell them about crippling pelvic and period pain and look out for the symptoms of endometriosis in a bid to speed up diagnosis of a disease that can wreck lives and careers. It takes an average of seven to eight years to be diagnosed with endometriosis,… Read More
Timely action solution to vaginal dryness Mimi Murray: Women go on with the problem for a long time before they get properly treated By Mimi Murray Vaginal dryness can affect relationships if you want to have sex “Vaginal atrophy is a physiological condition that affects 100 per cent of women after menopause but… Read More
From 31st July 2017 we will charge a deposit of €50 for every booking that requires a 30 minute appointment ie. STI Screenings, Implanon Insertions and removals, and IUD Insertions. This is payable on booking. We regret this but it has become necessary due to the high number of “no-shows” – This leaves us with… Read More
We would like to wish everybody a very happy Easter!! The clinic is open as usual on Good Friday, but we are closed on Easter Saturday 15th April and also on Easter Monday 17th April. Normal opening times resume on Tueday 18th April
Come and help us support this great cause by buying a daffodil or making a donation.
Happy St Patrick’s Day from everyone at Bray Women’s Health Centre. We are closed on the 17th March but will be open again on Saturday 18th.
Expert group to ensure treatments are ‘beneficial and safe’ for those with epilepsy Paul Cullen Consultant neurologists hope to provide clarity on the issue of medicinal cannabis for patients with epilepsy Irish neurologists are to draw up guidelines on the safe use of medicinal cannabis for patients with epilepsy. An expert group made up of… Read More
(16 Jul 2016) National Fertility Awareness Week 17-24 July Designed to educate and support Irish women and men on all aspects of fertility, the Sims IVF National Fertility Awareness Week seeks to provide support, advice, and information about treatments to help those challenged in some way by infertility. It is important to say that infertility… Read More