Dr Christopher Ng

GynaeMD Women's & Rejuvenation Clinic

#04-03A Camden Medical Centre
1 Orchard Boulevard
Singapore 248649

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About Dr Christopher Ng

1. Specialty/Sub-Specialty/Area of Medicine

Obstetri & Ginekologi

2. Services

  • Gynaecology
  • Obstetrics
  • Infertility Treatment
  • Aesthetics

3. Experience

Dr Ng is trained in antenatal and gynaecological ultrasound scans, prenatal screening, antenatal risk assessment and care, natural childbirth, instrumental vaginal deliveries (vacuum and forceps) and caesarean section, colposcopy, cystoscopy and management of patients with menopausal and fertility problems. Apart from general gynaecology surgery, he is accredited to perform Level 3 laparoscopic (minimally invasive) surgery which includes laparoscopic myomectomy, hysterectomy and cystectomy (fibroids, womb and cysts removal) and has an interest in surgery for urinary incontinence and utero-vaginal prolapse.

He has presented papers in these topics at medical conferences in Singapore and overseas, in addition to winning the 2nd prize for his research at the 6th International Scientific Meeting of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2005. He has also authored medical papers and has served as a reviewer on peer-reviewed journals in obstetrics and gynaecology. Dr Ng’s dedicated care to his patients has won him 4 Service from the Heart Awards and a national Excellent Service Award (EXSA). His commitment to work and patients was recognized with a Long Service Award from KK Hospital in 2007.

4. Awards and Achievements

  •  2nd prize for his research at the 6th International Scientific Meeting of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2005
  • 4 Service from the Heart Awards
  • National Excellent Service Award (EXSA)
  • Long Service Award from KK Hospital in 2007

5. Publications 

  • Ng CCM, Chern BSM. Total laparoscopic hysterectomy: a 5-year experience. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics. 2007;276(6):613-618. doi:10.1007/s00404-007-0385-6
  • Ng CCM, Chern BSM, Siow AYM. Retrospective study of the success rates and complications associated with total laparoscopic hysterectomy. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research. 2007;33(4):512-518. doi:10.1111/j.1447-0756.2007.00577.x

     

6. More Information

 

Education

  • MBBS
  • FRANZCOG
  • M Med(O&G)
  • FAMS(O&G)

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A Complete Guide To Endometriosis Treatment in Singapore (2020)
A Complete Guide To Endometriosis Treatment in Singapore (2020)

Endometriosis is one of the most common conditions women suffer from. Globally, it affects 22% of all women [1].

It is one of the main causes of infertility in Singaporean women. This is also the case in other countries. Research has shown that 50% of all infertile women have the condition [2].

I am writing this to help you understand more about endometriosis. I will talk about its symptoms, treatments, and also management. Read on to find out more!

1735 views 30 Aug 2019
Hysterectomy: All You Need To Know With A Singaporean Gynaecologist
Hysterectomy: All You Need To Know With A Singaporean Gynaecologist

Did you know that between 2010 and 2013, 386,226 women had done a hysterectomy in the United States? [1] In fact, hysterectomy remains to be one of the most common surgeries that Singaporean women go through.

As a gynaecologist myself, I would love to help clear up some of the doubts surrounding hysterectomy. At the same time, I would like to help you find the suitable forms of treatment that works best for your case.

Here are a few key points that you should know about hysterectomy. Click to find out!

2442 views 26 Aug 2019
Trying To Conceive: This Singaporean Gynaecologist Discusses Fertility Tips
Trying To Conceive: This Singaporean Gynaecologist Discusses Fertility Tips

For couples who have made the decision to have a baby, this can be an exciting time but it can also raise many concerns. Aspiring parents tend to worry about what they're doing right or wrong when it comes to increasing the chances of pregnancy. 

Gynaecologist Dr Christopher Ng has helped many women and couples who were trying to conceive. He shared tips with a DoctorxDentist reader regarding dos and don’ts when it comes to trying to conceive. Here are the key takeaways.

 

1002 views 25 Apr 2019
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Women with 1 or 2 blocked Fallopian tubes should undergo IVF (in vitro fertilization) as it is very unlikely for them to conceive naturally. IVF bypasses the Fallopian tubes and the egg is fertilised with the husband's sperm in the fertility centre. The embryo is then carefully plac...
23 Jan 2020
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Why vaginal infections happen Vaginal infections in women are relatively common. Most women will have at least one vaginal infection in their lifetime. This can be bacterial, fungal and viral . All these vaginal infections arise when the natural vaginal pH (mildly acidic) chan...
6 Jan 2020
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For most women especially if the cervical polyp is small, they may not have any symptoms and so it is usually discovered during a routine pap smear (cervical cancer screening). The most common symptom that would prompt women to see their gynaecologist would be post-coital bleeding ...
20 Dec 2019
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There are many myths and misconceptions as to what pregnant women should be eating and what they should not be eating during pregnancy. Women should not allow this to become an overwhelming concern so much so that they view pregnancy to be a time of restrictive diets. Suppl...
7 Dec 2019
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Women who have PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) tend to suffer from: irregular menses acne hirsutism (abnormal male hair distribution) anovulation (which is associated with infertility) and overweight issues. It is important to remember that not all PCOS p...
8 Dec 2019
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Provided the mother and baby are in good health, it is not unreasonable for some women to consider vaginal birth after a caesarean section (VBAC). If labour progresses smoothly, then about 70% of women will have a successful VBAC. The advantages of this are that it avoids surger...
27 Nov 2019
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A cryptic pregnancy is one in which one does not know that they are pregnant until they are in labour. If the pregnancy is very smooth-going and no problems encountered, then there would not be any reason to experience bleeding during this time until the onset of spontaneous l...
20 Nov 2019
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Infertility is a complex topic and most women who seek fertility treatments may not be successful the first time around. Some may require several attempts with fertility treatments before conceiving while some may not even succeed at all. After a detailed consultation and investigat...
20 Nov 2019
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It takes roughly about 1 week for the fertilised embryo to travel from the fallopian tubes into the uterine cavity. Afterwards, the fertilised embryo then needs to attach itself to the lining of the womb and this process is called implantation. The lining of the womb is also known a...
18 Nov 2019
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Most women have a 4-weekly menstrual cycle or thereabouts. When their period is delayed by one week , this is usually the time women start to test themselves to see if they could possibly be pregnant or not. For some women, this is also the earliest time (5 weeks from their last...
13 Nov 2019
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There are a lot of women with cysts in their ovaries in which they are not aware of as they remain asymptomatic . These ovarian cysts are usually detected when women come forward for their routine gynaecology check-up or when they have symptoms like pelvic pain or abnormal vaginal...
12 Sep 2019
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