Our team of experienced gynecologists are committed to providing you with the best possible care, whether it be routine examination or help with more complex issues.
Our doctors have access to state-of-the-art equipment, are easy to talk to and are here to answer all of your questions .
You will get an appointment quickly, with virtually no waiting time.
Who should visit a gynecologist?
We help women of all ages, ranging from young adults to older postmenopausal patients.
We help our patients with issues that tend to vary with age and the stage of life they are at. We often help young women with contraception, bleeding disorders, pap smears, pregnancy and fertility issues. Older women may have many of the same issues, but we often help them with difficulties associated with menopause.
What do gynecologists actually do?
Gynecologists treat problems and diseases of the female reproductive system.
Your gynecologist will start by taking a medical history, followed by a physical examination and an ultrasound scan. Other procedures may include hormone profiling, biopsies, and bacterial swabs. In addition to diagnosing reproductive illnesses, gynecologists also assess whether you have any high-risk factors for certain diseases.
When you go to see one of our gynecologists, you can feel confident you have had a thorough check-up.
Services we provide
- Gynecological health check-ups
- Obstetric ultrasound
- Bleeding disorders
- Menopausal symptoms
- Contraception counseling
- Fertility check and assisted conception treatments
Feel safe with one of our experienced specialists
At Medicus, you will meet professional and caring people you can feel safe with.
Dr. Olav André Klefstad completed medical school at the University of Bergen in 2007 and then went on to his specialization in Gynecology at Stavanger University Hospital.
His special interest lies both in general gynecology and reproductive medicine.
Dr. Grete Godtlibsen Dale has previously worked as a gynecologist at the Women´s Clinic at thenUniversity Hospitals in Bergen and Stavanger, and at the hospital in Haugesund. In addition she has experience from private practice in the recent years.
Frequently asked questions
Yes, you can. When a visit is needed because of prolonged or irregular cycles, it may be difficult to plan ahead and it is therefore okay to visit your gynecologist then. Just be aware that it may be difficult to have a pap smear done during your period.
Experiences and the level of discomfort varies from procedure to procedure and from person to person. However, the level of discomfort is very little with most exams. Although patients may experience some level of discomfort, very few people experience any pain.
As often as you deem necessary to feel safe. In many countries, women are advised to go annually. In general, gynecologists are visited less frequently in Norway, possibly because fewer gynecologists were available in previous years. We recommend seeing a gynecologist every other year.
An appointment involving a physical examination and ultrasound imaging does not generally take more than 15 minutes.
Absolutely, our doctors are also specialized in obstetrics and care for expectant mothers.