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Dr. Sibylle Okresek

Area of Expertise:

  • Breast care
  • Fibroids and heavy periods
  • Advice on infections
  • Contraception
  • Advice on PMS and menopause
  • Hormonal therapy

 

 

 Originally from Spittal an der Drau, medical studies in Vienna, graduating in 1980. After training as a general practitioner specialised training in gynaecology at Wilhelminen Hospital in the department of Prof. Baumgarten. Own practice since 1988, since then also attending and consulting physician, mainly at the Rudolfinerhaus, the leading private hospital in Vienna.

 

Area of Expertise:

Breast care

Fibroids and heavy periods

Advice on infections

Contraception

Advice on PMS and menopause

Hormonal therapy

 

Diseases & vaccination

Cervical cancer

HPV vaccination

 

Pregnancy and childbirth

Desire to have children

Pregnancy

Accompanying births

 

Surgery

As much as necessary, as little as possible: This is especially true for surgery. But sometimes a surgical treatment is necessary. In such a case I will accompany patients to the Rudolfinerhaus and take care of you together with all other necessary specialists as appropriate. There I can perform all gynaecological operations, including laparascopies (buttonhole surgery).

 

Laparoscopic surgery

• Diagnostic and therapeutic abdominal laparoscopies

• Hysteroscopic surgery

• Diagnostic and therapeutic hysteroscopy

• Small gynaecological interventions

• Curettage /DNC (scraping the endometrium for tissue analysis or after miscarriages)

• Thermo ablation for the gentle treatment of excessive menstrual bleeding

• Conizations for the treatment and investigation of suspicious cancer smears

• Fibroid removal, embolization or surgery

• Abdominal incision (transverse or longitudinal)

• Vaginal operations (through the vagina)

• Removal of the uterus with and without ovaries

• Operations after a lowered uterus

• Various operations for loss of urine

• All “obstetrical operations”, caesarean section under general anaesthesia or Peridural (local) anaesthesia