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38 Irrawaddy Road #06-51/52 Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre Singapore 329563

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Dr Lee graduated with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London school of Medicine (UK) in 2003, for which she attained distinctions in Surgery as well as Obstetrics and Gynecology, and was a finalist in the University Gold Medal Examination. She trained in internal medicine at Barts and the London NHS Trust and obtained membership of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom in 2006.

Following this, she embarked on her Endocrine training in Singapore and was accredited as a Specialist in Endocrinology by the Ministry of Health in 2011. She was later awarded the Health manpower Development Plan Scholarship by the Ministry of Health to train in reproductive endocrinology at the University College Hospital (London) and KK Hospital (Singapore).

Upon her return, she set up the reproductive endocrine service at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital. Dr Lee is passionate about teaching and received the best teacher award from 2015-2017, and was the associate program director of the endocrine residency program at KTPH. She served as Adjunct Assistant Professor in Medicine at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUS) and is currently a committee member of the Chapter of Endocrinologists (Academy of Medicine Singapore) and a board member in clinical capacity of ADVANTAGE Endocrine Centre (India).

She has great interest in managing diabetes, thyroid, osteoporosis and reproductive endocrine disorders. She also manages all other aspects of endocrinology including pituitary disorders, adrenal disorders, lipid disorders and calcium disorders.

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The Essential Guide To PCOS In Singapore (2019)

Many Singaporeans are not aware that their symptoms are due to PCOS. In this article, I’ll be addressing the common concerns that women with PCOS may have. The beauty of PCOS (and of most things in endocrinology) is that it's a readily treatable condition.

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Hormonal imbalance may be considered as an elusive condition. Many Singaporeans suffer from it without them even realising it!

It's often brushed off as common mood swings or a sign of fatigue. A lot of people are unware that this seemingly insignificant condition is a potential gateway to a whole host of other serious problems.

Dr Marilyn Lee, an accredited Specialist in Endocrinology, answered a lot of questions from the DxD Community on common disorders and diseases related to hormonal imbalance.

Here's what she had to share.  

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5 Hormonal Causes of Infertility In Women And Men


Due to the hectic lifestyles that Singaporeans lead, many don’t settle down until they’re in their 30's. I commonly see patients in my endocrine clinic who had no idea that they were having hormonal issues in the first place (until they started trying for a baby)! 

In this article, I describe 5 conditions where hormones can affect fertility, as well as the corresponding treatments.

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Ask Dr Marilyn Lee: Hormonal Imbalance

Experiencing bloating, insomnia, unexplained weight gain/loss? A hormone imbalance could be to blame. Find out what these symptoms mean and when do they become a real cause of concern from Dr Marilyn Lee, an expert endocrinologist (a doctor that specialises in hormones) on DxD Sessions.

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Hi, Yes, missing periods may sometimes put you at increased risk of osteoporosis, but this depends on the underlying cause of why you're missing your periods. If it is due to PCOS, then there is no risk of osteoporosis, because in PCOS, your oestrogen level is good but the reason...
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Hi, In PCOS, periods tend to be irregular and less frequent. Progesterone is given periodically to induce a period so that your womb lining doesn't grow over-exuberantly and remains healthy. Generally, if you do not have a period for 2 months, you will be given a 1-week (du...
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I'm sorry to hear that you have been troubled with hirsutism. In the first instance, we have to establish that it is just hirsutism or if there is virilization which is much more concerning. This includes hirsutism with other symptoms of excess testosterone such as shrinking of t...
3 Jan 2019
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I'm sorry to hear that you've been having trouble with your skin. Before determining the best treatment for your acne, it may be worth considering if there is any underlying cause for the acne that should be addressed first. There are a number of hormonal causes of acne, for e...
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Thank you for your question. With regards to your PCOS. If you're having less than 6 periods a year, I would suggest seeing a doctor about it so that he/she will be able to give you some medicines to shed the womb lining and induce a period. This is because if you're having ve...
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