E Portal Gynecology Opole

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There are clinics within the gynecology and obstetrics consultation clinics: Gynecology and Obstetrics Outpatient Clinic, Gynecology Oncology Clinic, Endocrinology and Gynecology Outpatient Clinic and Risk Pregnancy Clinic.

A visit to the clinic requires prior registration.

Counseling centers are aimed at women:
  • with a referral to hospital treatment in the field of gynecology and oncological gynecology
  • requiring consultation and follow-up after hospital treatment
  • using preventive and diagnostic tests, aimed at the early detection of cervical cancer
  • After finish 16 year. requiring counseling in the field of endocrine gynecology
  • with an incorrect or endangered course of pregnancy.

Before being admitted to the hospital ward, patients who have a referral to surgical procedures in the hospital in the field of gynecology and oncological gynecology are invited to the Gynecology and Obstetrics Clinic. The clinic provides full pre-operative consultations, including collection of materials for pre-operative examinations and internal medicine consultations.. Medical consultation, during which the date of admission to the hospital is scheduled, are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from. 10.30-11.30.


Patients of the Clinical Center for 30 days after the end of hospitalization, they are covered by specialist care in our clinic, in which are held, among others. postoperative examinations and consultations, collection of test results and removal of postoperative sutures. We also invite you in case of any ailments and doubts regarding the treatments and operations performed.


Caring for a pregnant woman is in scope:

  • administering a prophylactic dose of anti-D immunoglobin in the case of Rh-conflict constellation
  • performing a fetal echocardiography examination in the case of pregnancy with an increased risk of giving birth to a child with a congenital heart defect
  • helping women at risk of pregnancy, after a miscarriage and with suspected abnormalities in the early stages of pregnancy ( Risk Pregnancy Clinic)
  • performing prenatal tests: in women up to 35 year. implemented as part of the program Opolskie for a family and after 35 year. under the National Health Fund.
Immunoglobina anty D

Anti-RhD immunoglobulin is administered to a RhD-negative patient in 28-30 week of pregnancy in order to prevent serological conflict.

Fetal echocardiography

Fetal echocardiography is performed in pregnant women with an increased risk of having a child with a congenital heart defect:

  • abnormal prenatal test result
  • other fetal defects
  • heart defects in a previous child
  • heart defects in a family member.

Fetal heart echo (fetal echocardiography) is a modern and non-invasive test, enabling the doctor to assess the baby's developing circulatory system using ultrasound. It allows the detection of most congenital heart defects and other abnormalities in the structure and function of the circulatory system (e.g.. fluid in the pericardium, heart tumor, cardiac contractility and others). Fetal echocardiography is performed in pregnant women, e.g.. in the absence of the possibility of assessing the fetal circulatory system and in women at increased risk of having a child with a congenital heart defect.

Prenatal testing

Free prenatal tests consisting of a biochemical test and ultrasound examinations are performed in the first and second trimester of pregnancy as part of NFZ Prenatal Research Program after meeting at least one of the criteria:

  • age 35 years and above
  • occurrence of a chromosomal aberration in the previous pregnancy
  • finding chromosomal aberrations in a pregnant woman or the child's father
  • finding a significantly higher risk of having a child with a monogenetic or multifactorial disease
  • finding abnormal ultrasound and / or biochemical tests during pregnancy indicating an increased risk of chromosomal aberration or fetal abnormality.

In the case of medical indications, the doctor may refer the patient to invasive tests (after the patient has consented to their performance). In this regard, we perform, among others. amniocentesis (the most frequently performed prenatal invasive diagnosis test). In order to assess the karyotype, a small amount of amniotic fluid is collected, which is associated with the risk of complications. Amniocentesis is an examination with the lowest risk of complications among all invasive prenatal diagnosis tests..


As part of the prevention of cervical cancer, we perform:

  • Pap smear tests ( performed as part of the cervical cancer prevention program, that is, addressed to patients aged: 25-59 years)
  • colposcopic and histopathological examinations
  • HPV tests, detecting human papillomavirus.

In addition to specialist medical care, our patients can also benefit from psychological advice.


The test results are issued between. 8.00 – 14.00.

Before contacting the clinic, please contact us by phone in advance ( 77 454 54 01 ext. 661), also to confirm the possibility of receiving the result.

Each patient presenting for a gynecological surgery should have her with her:

  • identification
  • referral to the Clinical Center
  • Employer's tax identification number (if the patient is employed)
  • current cytology result (Pap smear should be performed by the referring physician – without a Pap smear, patients will not be admitted to the planned surgery)
  • blood group - result confirmed or BLOOD CARD / identification card of blood group /
  • a set of examinations and a doctor's certificate of admission to surgery

The scope of the research is determined during the first consultation, during which the date of admission to the procedure is set. A certificate of admission to surgery may be issued by the family doctor, internist, cardiologist, etc.. Laboratory tests and internal consultations are performed at the Gynecology and Obstetrics Clinic.

Patients applying for immunoglobin anti-D should have them with them:

  • referral for the administration of anti-D immunoglobin
  • anti-D immune antibody result ( not older than 3 weeks)
  • blood group result
  • pregnancy card

A patient presenting for cytology, should keep in mind, that:

  • one should not come to the time of menstrual bleeding,
  • it is best to report not earlier than 4 days after the last day of menstruation and no later than 4 days before the onset of menstruation,
  • at least 4 days before the smear is taken, you should not use any vaginal medications,
  • since the last gynecological examination / A transvaginal ultrasound should elapse at least 1 day.

No referral is required.

Free cytology under Cervical Cancer Prevention Program, in the Clinical Center, it is performed by a midwife certified by the Central Coordinating Center for the Early Cervical Cancer Detection Program. The program covers women aged from 25 do 59 years, which in the last 3 years have not had a Pap screening test.

© Clinical Gynecology Center,Obstetrics and Neonatology in Opole

45-066 Opole
the. W. Reymont 8

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