Gynaecology Services in Bella Vista and Richmond

Dr Batool Nadim is a highly skilled gynaecologist specialising in reproductive health issues. She aims to improve access to high-quality and timely gynaecological care for women in Windsor and Bella Vista, Norwest Sydney. You can choose to have procedures at either Norwest Private Hospital or Hawkesbury District Health Service and receive obstetrics and gynaecology services from Dr Nadim.

Dr Batool Nadim's Excellent Clinical Care

When it comes to experience in gynaecology services, Dr Nadim believes in taking a holistic approach to women’s health. She understands that physical well-being is closely intertwined with emotional and mental well-being, which is why she takes the time to listen to her patients’ concerns and provide personalised care tailored to their specific needs.

One of the key aspects of Dr Nadim’s gynaecology services is preventive care. She emphasises the importance of regular check-ups and screenings to detect any potential health issues early on. By staying proactive, she aims to prevent problems before they escalate, ultimately promoting optimal health and well-being for her patients.

In addition to preventive care, Dr Nadim offers a wide range of gynaecological treatments and procedures. Whether it’s managing common gynaecological conditions such as irregular periods, chronic pelvic pain, endometriosis or providing advanced treatments for infertility or menopause management, she employs evidence-based practices combined with the latest medical advancements to ensure the best possible outcomes for her patients.

Dr Nadim’s commitment extends beyond providing excellent clinical care; she also places great importance on educating her patients about their bodies and overall well-being. Through informative discussions and educational resources, she equips women with the knowledge they need to make confident decisions about their health.

If you’re in search of comprehensive and compassionate gynaecology services, Dr Batool Nadim is a trusted healthcare provider who will prioritise your well-being. With her extensive expertise and patient-centered approach, she is dedicated to delivering the highest quality care to women at every stage of life.

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

Women may experience abnormal uterine bleeding due to a variety of factors, including age, sexual and fertility status, and the presence of other medical conditions. If a woman encounters unusually heavy or untimely bleeding that is unrelated to pregnancy, it could be a sign of a significant problem. It is essential to manage abnormal uterine bleeding properly in order to prevent complications. The key to finding the most effective treatment lies in conducting a thorough assessment, as unnecessary investigations can result in delays in finding relief and cause frustration. 

If you experience abnormal uterine bleeding, it is crucial to schedule an appointment with your GP as soon as possible and ask for a referral.

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Chronic pelvic pain is pain felt in lower abdomen of a duration of 6 months or longer. It reduces a person’s quality of life and usually requires long-term treatment. Your pain may be felt in the pelvis area only, or extend to other parts of the body. It is important to speak openly to your doctor about your pain, and explain in detail how it makes you feel, so that Batool can help you develop a plan to manage it.

Chronic Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease (CPID) is an infection of a woman’s upper reproductive organs, including the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. It is most often caused by a sexually transmitted infection (STI) and occurs inside the pelvis. A complication with CPID is scarring and blockage of the fallopian tubes, which increases a women’s risk of tubal fertility. This inflammation causes painful adhesions to form, which lead to pelvic organs being stuck together. More severe episodes of CPID may require treatment through a combination of antibiotics or surgery, as well as hospitalisation.

Continence & Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Batool offers conservative approach to address lower urinary tract disorders and pelvic organ prolapse. You may be experiencing frequent voiding issues. Batool will perform a pelvic examination to determine if you have any underlying urinary tract disorders causing the issue.

Because incontinence and prolapse can commonly coexist, surgical treatment may be necessary to correct the prolapse.


Endometriosis is a condition where the lining of the uterus (the endometrium) grows outside the uterus. It implants itself on the peritoneum (a thin membrane lining the abdominal cavity) inside the abdominal cavity. These endometriosis implants grow through the vagina to form cysts that ultimately burst and causes adhesions which is very painful.

Endometriosis may affect the ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder, bowel and pelvic sidewalls.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a complex hormonal condition that affects women of childbearing age. It is associated in the presence of irregular menstrual cycles, excessive body and facial hair, multiple cysts on the ovaries, and acne. PCOS can lead to problems with fertility, metabolism, and insulin resistance and increase a person’s risk of diabetes.
Premenstrual Tension
Premenstrual tension (PMT) is a condition that many women feel in the days leading up to their menstrual cycle. PMT often presents with symptoms like abdominal bloating, mood swings and pain. For some women, PMT can be disabling and make it difficult to carry out their normal activities.
Post-Menopausal Bleeding

Postmenopausal bleeding is vaginal bleeding that occurs after you have stopped getting your menstrual periods. This kind of vaginal bleeding is abnormal and should be evaluated by your doctor right away. Some possible causes of postmenopausal bleeding include inflammation and thinning of the vaginal lining (atrophic vaginitis) or womb lining (endometrial atrophy). Postmenopausal bleeding can range from light spotting that is pinkish-grey or brown, all the way to a heavy flow, like a regular period.

Teenage Gynaecology Problems

Adolescent gynaecology deals with the medical problems of young girls aged 10-18 years old. It is common for hormonal changes to begin in females before and continue after this age group. One of the most significant changes that take place during adolescence for girls is the onset of menarche (the first occurrence of menstruation), which can often be accompanied by problems such as irregular menstruation, excessive bleeding, and dysmenorrhea.

Individualised Care

Batool understands that every woman is different, and knows that gynaecology concerns can be a cause of stress. During your appointment, Batool will listen to your concerns and discuss your treatment preferences. Together, you will plan your approach to treatment.

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Telehealth Appointments

Batool is available to have telehealth appointments. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call Colleen on (02) 8883 2091.