Women’s Center

Women’s Center

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The medical team at the Women’s Center is comprised of highly-skilled and experienced specialists dedicated to providing women and their families with the best care and treatment possible. Pregnancy care is one of the cornerstones of our center, and we offer medical consultation and care throughout the process of family planning on to delivery. Our staff has more than 20 years of experience, and their skills are essential to the safety and health of mother and child during pregnancy.

The Women’s Center at Bangkok Hospital Siriroj also provides treatment for a number of gynecological conditions including abnormal uterine and vaginal bleeding, leukorrhea, pelvic inflammatory disease, and endometriosis.

Patients can make appointments to discuss their needs and tour our facilities beforehand. 


Building 5, 3rd Floor

Service Hours

Daily. From 08.00 AM – 04.00 PM

Contact Us

Tel: 076-361-888 ext. 5356, 5357

Fax: 076 210 936

Email: [email protected]

Treatments and Services

Please click on the groups provided below to learn more about the treatments and services that we offer at Siriroj International Hospital.

Treatments and Services

    • A pregnancy care program which covers the physical and emotional health of mother and child before, during and after the pregnancy
    • Consultation and care for women in their adolescence, reproductive and postmenstrual years
    • Family planning
    • Diagnosis and treatment of gynecological conditions
    • Tests and diagnosis for infertility
    • Ultrasound diagnostics
    • Thin prep cytology – a diagnostic method for cervical cancer which has proven more effective than pap smear
    • Early cancer detection
    • Laparoscopic diagnostics
    • Colposcopy
    • Antenatal care
    • Fetal assessment
    • Menopause clinic
    • Gynecology and gynecology surgery
    • High-risk obstetrics
    • Fully equipped labor and delivery rooms
    • Fully equipped delivery and caesarian section suites
    • Continuous fetal heart monitoring
    • Nursery
    • Mammograms and breast cancer screening


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Breast milk has many benefits, whether fed directly from the breast or from the bottle. Today, we will learn about how to breastfeed correctly, milk preservation, feeding positions and much more that moms (and dads) should know!                   Why breastfeeding and breast milk?   Breast milk ingredients Breast milk is very useful for your baby because it is rich in nutrients, immune substances and bacteria that are good for your child's digestive system. These useful substances make breast milk yellowish. Different feeding times, ingredients will vary too. And of course, the taste of the milk will change depending on...
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Q & A on COVID-19, pregnancy and breastfeeding

Many mom-to-be women surely have lots of questions and concerns regarding the safety of their baby and themselves during the pandemic of COVID-19. Here, Bangkok Hospital Siriroj prepares for you the answers to the most common and crucial questions you need to know for your safe pregnancy and breast feeding.   Q1: What effect does coronavirus have on pregnant women? Answer: Generally, pregnant women do not appear to be more likely to be seriously unwell than other healthy adults if they develop the new coronavirus. It is expected the large majority of pregnant women will experience only mild or moderate cold/flu like...
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When Is It Time to Get a Mammogram?

Mammograms, or routine screenings for breast cancer, are the best way to protect yourself against a deadly, potentially life-threatening disease. Here is some advice from the doctors at Bangkok Hospital Siriroj's Women's Center.   1. Why do you need to get a mammogram? Breast cancer is a leading cause of death in women, however, if it is detected early, your chances of a full recovery are much, much higher. A mammogram is an easy, routine screening that lets you check for possibly dangerous growths before they have the chance to metastasize, or spread to other parts of the body.   2....
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Top Causes of Female Infertility

There is a number of factors that can make it challenging for a woman to get pregnant. Luckily, some of them are preventable or treatable. The best way to combat female infertility is to be aware of the causes. Here are some of the roots of the problems and how to respond to them from the doctors at the Bangkok Hospital Siriroj Women's Center & Fertility Clinic. Endometriosis This common condition causes many women around the world a great deal of pain and can cause serious damage to reproductive organs. Endometriosis occurs when the uterine lining tissue starts growing in places...
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What to Pack in Your Labor Go-Bag

The last month of pregnancy is often the most challenging. That pregnancy glow is starting to lose its luster and you’re ready to hold your child in your arms rather than inside your body. In a perfect world, we would be able to precisely predict the exact moment that labor starts, but the reality of the situation is that the process often begins when you aren’t quite expecting it. The doctors at the Siriroj's Women's Center & Fertility Clinic have a few tips for items you can pack so that whenever the time comes, you’re prepared for it. 1. Plenty...
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Five Ways to Boost Fertility

Have you been trying to conceive without much luck? Give these five simple lifestyle changes a try. Be sure to maintain a healthy weight Most of your bodily functions work best when you maintain a Body Mass Index (BMI) of between 19 and 25. This number is not a perfect indicator, as it does not take into account muscle mass. Nevertheless, it is easy to calculate and provides a reasonable sense of whether or not your weight is within the healthy range. If you are significantly overweight, it may throw your reproductive cycles out of rhythm, while women who are underweight...
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Understanding and Living Through Menopause

Menopause is an important stage in every woman’s life. As a transition to later adulthood, menopause brings many changes to the body, hormones, and emotions. Menopause occurs when the ovaries have stopped functioning, resulting in the end of the menstruation cycle. There are two types of menopause: Natural menopause:  Occurs naturally when a woman is around 50 to 51 years of age. The process starts when a woman has not menstruated for a year. Premature menopause: Occurs mostly as a result of treatment for another illness. The process starts when a woman is around 40 to 45 years of age...
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How to Handle Hot Flashes

The AC is blasting and all of your friends are bundled up, but you suddenly find yourself sweating and gasping for air. It’s a familiar scenario to women facing menopause. The doctors from the Women’s Center & Fertility Clinic of Bangkok Hospital Siriroj share a few ways to ease the symptoms. Layer up When your internal thermostat stops corresponding with the temperature outside, you’re going to want to prepare yourself for anything. Lightweight cardigans, jackets, and other layers that can easily be stripped off will help you regulate throughout the day. Try acupuncture Although it has never been conclusively proven that...
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Finding Your Birth Control in Thailand

Finding Your Birth Control in Thailand Whether you take oral hormonal contraceptives or prefer the convenience of an IUD, a consistent and correctly used form of birth control is an essential part of family planning. Many international travellers or expats in Thailand worry that they may not be able to find their preferred form of contraception here. Fortunately, as the medical professionals at the Bangkok Hospital Siriroj Women's Center & Fertility Clinic will attest, Thailand offers all of the standard options, often at significantly more affordable rates than many Western countries. 1. IUDs When it comes to convenience and reliability,...
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Breast Cancer Screening: Everything to Know

If the idea of getting a mammogram seems daunting, don’t worry. Here are a few things to bear in mind before the procedure from the doctors at the Bangkok Hospital Siriroj.  It’s perfectly normal. Getting any kind of medical procedure can be unnerving, especially if it is even tangentially related to cancer. A mammogram is a completely standard, routine check-up recommended for everyone with breasts of a certain age. In other words, it’s no big deal and nothing to be worried about. A mammogram is fairly painless and easy to schedule. Although a mammogram can be mildly uncomfortable, it is...
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How to improve breastfeeding: some helpful tips for moms

Breastfeeding is one of the most effective ways to ensure child health.   Breastmilk is the ideal food for infants. It is safe, clean, warm, and contains antibodies that help protect against many common childhood illnesses. It also provides all the energy and nutrients that an infant needs for the first months of life.   Despite breastfeeding is natural, there are some questions at the beginning of the process. Here are helpful tips on how to improve breastfeeding and make it easier.   1. Get an early start. Plan to breastfeed as soon as you can. But don’t stress if it...
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