Gynaecological cancers make up the top 10 most common cancers in Singapore. 

Get your symptoms checked out today.

Why choose acrm?

✓ Female specialists

✓ More than 27 years of experience

✓ Targeted and effective treatments

✓ Compassionate with full expertise

Are you experiencing:

Painful sexual intercourse

Heavy or irregular periods

Extreme menstrual cramps

Increased vaginal discharge

Burning sensation while urinating

Itching, redness or swelling in the genital area

Pain in the pelvic area that is not related to menstrual cramps

Abnormal bleeding during periods or in between periods



Dr. Anupriya Agarwal

Senior Consultant (O&G)
Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeon
Reproductive Medicine Specialist

Dr. Ng Kai Lyn

Consultant (O&G)
Urogynaecology, Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeon

Your gynaecological condition is unique only to you and requires personalised treatments, be it through medication, minimally invasive surgery or a combination of both.


With over two decades of experience combined, our OB-GYNS, Dr. Ng Kai Lyn and Dr. Anupriya Agarwal have successfully dealt with even the most complex gynaecological cases and they are well-equipped to treat you.

Identify and treat your gynaecological condition today.



Gynaecology is a branch of medicine that deals with the health of a woman’s reproductive system, such as the vagina, uterus and ovaries. Some common conditions faced include ovarian cysts, endometriosis and menstrual disorders.


At ACRM, we believe that regardless of age, every woman deserves specialised and unique gynaecological care for her reproductive health.


We provide a range of screening and diagnostic services, including HPV screening and vaccination, cervical cancer screening, birth control and minimally invasive surgery.

You should make seeing a gynaecologist as part of your annual health checkups, but if you experience the following symptoms, please visit your gynae as soon as possible.
  • Painful periods, especially if they are more intense than usual
  • Unexpected vaginal bleeding between periods or post-menopause
  • Bumps and blisters around your vagina
  • Vaginal odour
  • Pain during sex
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Low libido
Individuals with multiple sex partners are also encouraged to schedule regular gynae visits to prevent HPV infection.

Here are some things to take note of if you have an appointment with your gynae: 

  • Do not schedule an appointment on your period
  • Try to hold off pelvic grooming till after your appointment as depending on the hair removal method, it can cause inflammation 
  • Do not douche 
  • Avoid sexual intercourse and vaginal lubrication two days before your appointment, especially if you have a pelvic exam
  • Keep track of your menstrual cycle
  • Bring your medical records
  • Come with a list of questions — your gynae is here to answer any questions or doubts you have. Some common topics covered during first consultation include birth control options, testing for STIs and period or hormonal issues. 
  • If you’re above 21 and sexually active, your provider will likely perform a pelvic exam and/or Pap smear for you. 
  • Be prepared to be asked questions based on your medical history and lifestyle, including some very personal ones such as your period and sex life. Be honest as possible so your doctor can provide you with the best care. 
  • Note down the first day of your last period 
  • Come prepared with information about your personal and family’s health history. 
  • Do not be nervous! 


Find Us Here

6A Napier Road, #05-35
Gleneagles Hospital, Annexe block

Singapore 258500


Email: [email protected]
Phone: 6690 4029

Whatsapp: 85114633

Our Operating Hours

Mon-Fri: 9 am to 4.30 pm
Sat: 8:30 am to 12.30 pm
Sun/PH: Closed

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Phone:6690 4029

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