Bernard T. Haylen

Professor UNSW
MBBS (SYD) MD (L'POOL)
FRCOG FRANZCOG CU

 


Final Discussion

There are 2 main parts to the final discussion for those women referred for ASSESSMENT ONLY: 

OUTLINING THOSE CONDITIONS PRESENCE
OUTLINING EACH CONDITION’S SEVERITY
For those women referred for ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT there will be two additional parts:

WHICH CONDITIONS ARE THE PRIORITY?
TREATMENT PROGRAMME FOR ALL CONDITIONS.
Conditions Present

These are described in the main diagnoses section. All will be explained.

Severity of Conditions

It is a comfort for many women to know that there is a real basis behind the symptoms they have been experiencing at times for years. It is helpful to learn how severe are the problems revealed in the assessment. How bothersome the problems are to each woman will give a guide to the possible treatments.

Which Conditions are the Priority?

If multiple conditions are present, it takes careful discussion with the benefit of extensive experience to prioratise management

Treatment Programme for All Conditions.

Conservative or surgical modalities might be employed for single conditions. For multiple conditions, there might be short and medium-term initiatives.


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