Teenage counselling Paediatric and adolescent gynaecology

In our practice we offer special consultation hours for paediatric and adolescent gynaecology.

The special field of paediatric and adolescent gynaecology includes:

  • Vulvovaginitis
  • malformations of the external and internal genitals (e.g. hymenal atresia)
  • endocrinological disorders
  • Gender-specific disorders
  • chromosomal aberrations (e.g. Ulrich-Turner syndrome).

Paediatric and adolescent gynaecology focuses on the special needs of young patients.

Do not be surprised that a gynaecological examination is only carried out with restraint for certain questions, out of consideration for the patient; often it is not necessary at all.

You are welcome to make an appointment with your daughter.
We look forward to seeing you and your daughters!

Sexual counselling

A loving and sexually satisfying relationship is one of our existential needs.

Especially in the middle phase of life, sexuality can become less important, but for many it is still part of a fulfilled relationship.

Sexuality is a part of us, but like another skill, it can also be changed through new knowledge and exchange. If you are unsure or dissatisfied, you will find competent discussion partners with us.


During the menopause (climacteric), the cyclical function of the ovaries, which produce the hormones of the female body (oestrogens and gestagens), ceases. This marks the beginning of a time in a woman's life colloquially known as "the menopause".

Typical symptoms

Typical symptoms of the onset of menopause include:

  • Hot flushes
  • Restlessness/anxiety
  • palpitations
  • Depressive moods and sleep disturbances
  • Memory problems, lack of concentration
  • mood swings
  • Decrease in sex drive
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Urinary bladder problems

The menopause is not a disease

Research shows that about one third of women experience symptoms during menopause and need support. One third of women remain almost symptom-free during the menopause and another third feel minor signs of the change.

In midlife, the sex hormones change. For most women, this means adjusting not only physically but also mentally to a new stage of life.

What we can do

We address your needs individually and advise you on any complaints that may arise. It is important for us to point out a balanced lifestyle with a balanced diet, physical activity and mental well-being.

Some patients benefit from relaxation techniques and acupuncture. Supportive herbal preparations may be necessary, and some patients may also need hormonal therapy. The rule here is: as low a dose and as short a duration as possible.

If you would like more detailed information about this special examination, please let our doctors advise you individually.


Descent disorder / incontinence

Involuntary leakage of urine, commonly known as "bladder weakness", is a common problem, especially among women. An estimated 10-20% of all women suffer from more or less regularly occurring urinary incontinence, whereby by no means only older but also many young women (e.g. after pregnancies) are affected.

Urinary incontinence is not an independent clinical picture, but usually a symptom of an underlying disease:

Weakness of the pelvic floor muscles due to changes in the pelvis as a result of childbirth or surgery;
Lack of female sex hormones during the menopause, causing the tissues of the urethra and pelvic floor to lose tone;
Chronic bronchitis, constipation, obesity;
Urinary tract diseases, e.g. bladder infections or tumours.
We put the woman and her suffering in the foreground. All diagnosis and therapy is based on this.

What we can do

A detailed gynaecological examination with ultrasound of the lower abdomen and pelvic floor and urodynamic examination by the urologist help us to find the right diagnoses and to develop a concept tailored to you. In conservative therapy, we use medication, electrostimulation, biofeedback and other incontinence aids.

In close cooperation with clinics, we organise incontinence operations or descensus surgery.

If you would like more detailed information about this special examination, please let our doctors advise you individually.

Our consultation hours

We ask you to always make an appointment with us in advance. This avoids unnecessary waiting times so that you can be treated quickly at the agreed time.

Please also call if you have to come to us unexpectedly in an emergency.

Monday: 08:00–12:00, 14:00–18:00

Tuesday: 08:00–12:00, 14:00–18:00

Wednesday: 08:00–12:00, 14:00–18:00

Thursday: 08:00–12:00, 14:00–18:00

Friday: 08:00–12:00