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Basic Gynaecology Health Screening Plan

Nowadays, many women tend to ignore their own health problems as their priority is to manage work-life and home life. In addition, many gynaecological diseases are difficult to be detected as they have no obvious symptoms in the early stage. According to the statistics of the World Health Organization (WHO), 90% of women suffer from various degrees of gynaecological diseases. Therefore, regular gynaecological examinations are essential in helping you to understand your physical condition.   So you can detect potential health risks earlier and receive treatment earlier, which can greatly improve the treatment outcomes.


In view of this, HEAL Medical will walk with you and provide care for your needs. A specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology will provide you with appropriate gynaecological examinations. Regular screening will allow early detection of the diseases earlier, facilitating better treatment at an early stage of the disease.

Key Features

Pelvic Ultrasound

The specialist in Obstetrics and gynaecology will patiently check for lesions in the internal organs of the pelvic cavity for early detection of problems. Pelvic ultrasonography includes ultrasonography performed through the abdomen or vagina. The non-invasive examination is simple and comfortable, and the doctor will look for abnormalities in the structure of the pelvic organs for further analysis.

Pap Smear (Cervical Screening)

Pap smear is used to check cervical cells and to detect early lesions of cervical cells. It is recommended that women who have sex should perform this inspection regularly. At the beginning, women should have a check-up once a year. If the check-up is normal for two consecutive years, it can be reduced to once every three years. This will help reduce the incidence of cervical cancer by 90%. Other women with higher risk will need to be evaluated by a doctor and may need to undergo more frequent screening. During the examination, the doctor will use a vaginal speculum which will be inserted into the vagina, take a sample from the cervix for cytology, and then send the sample to the laboratory for testing.


Human papillomavirus (HPV) is mainly transmitted through sexual contact, and repeated HPV infection will increase the chance of cervical cancer. In 2021, WHO recommended that HPV testing should be included in cervical screening. HPV testing can detect and classify high-risk HPV viruses, and regular inspections can effectively prevent precancerous lesions and cancer. 90% percent of cervical cancers are caused by persistent HPV infection.

Health Screening Plan

Basic Gynaecology Health Screening Plan

This screening plan is led by a specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, who will ensure your comfort and peace of mind during the process. There is also an add-on (HPV DNA), increasing the flexibility of the screening plan. The holistic care provided will help you detect irregular cell changes earlier and prevent gynecological diseases.

Basic investigation items include:

  1. Pelvic Ultrasound
  2. Pap Smear (Cervical Screening)
  3. Screening consultation and results analysis by specialist

The entire plan costs HKD$1,800. Please contact us for more details.

Add-on service:

  • HPV DNA (+$500)
    • Early detection of HPV infection, and high-risk HPV typing


  1. World Health Organization (WHO) : Fact sheets - Cervical cancer. (2022). Retrieved 23 October 2022, from
  2. World Health Organization (WHO) : New recommendations for screening and treatment to prevent cervical cancer. (2021). Retrieved 23 October 2022, from
  3. Smart Patient Website: Cervical Cancer. (n.d.). Retrieved October 27, 2022, from

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