• Gynecology for women of all generations
  • Pregnancy ultrasound baby
  • mom and healthy baby
  • doctor caring and listening

We offer the most up-to- date treatments and advice for all aspects and ages of womens gynaecological health. This care is provided by a friendly experienced team in a private, professional, comfortable consulting rooms. If surgery or procedures are required these are performed in safest surgical environment with state-of- the art equipment and a highly trained team.” 

Welcome to Northern Medical Women's Health Clinic

Consultants Dr.Keith Johnston (MRCOG,MB,BAO,BCh,LRCP&I,Dip Adv. Obstetric Ultrasound) and Dr.David Morgan (MRCOG,MB,BAO,BCh,Dip Gyn.Endoscopy) are delighted to open “Northern Medical Women's Health Clinic” in Ahoghill, Ballymena. This professional, friendly, highly trained team of Specialist Consultants and Nursing staff deliver unrivaled care in Gynaecology and early pregnancy. The clinic could not be more ideally located within the province, only approximately 30 minutes travel from Belfast, 20 minutes from Antrim, 25 minutes from Magherafelt and 40 minutes from Coleraine. We offer the most up-to-date advice, treatments and surgery encompassing almost all Gynaecological conditions, affecting women of all ages.

The team offers over 15 years of Consultant experience in the fields of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, with expertise in both the NHS and Private sectors. We work closely with our nursing and administrative team to give our patients the most professional, highest quality approach to their care.  Your consultation will take place in very attractive clinic surrounds, a beautifully, renovated church premises, the current Maine Medical GP practice. The clinic is easy to locate with plentiful parking.

Northern Medical Womens Health Clinic looks forward to welcoming you and providing you the very best private care.

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Pelvic Pain

This can be a very simple or a very difficult condition to manage particularly if it is a chronic condition i.e. lasts more than 6 months.The gynaecologist must do his best to try and identify a cause and sometimes after extensive investigation no gynaecological cause is found. This is not necessary a bad thing as the gynaecologist can then refer to another speciality to focus in on another a cause. Again this begins with a detailed history and an examination. Cyclical pain is usually gynaecological in origin especially when associated with painful, heavy periods and deep pain on intercourse (dysparaenia).

This also requires investigations include a transvaginal (internal) scan, abdominal/pelvic ultrasound, genital tract swabs, sometimes CT / MRI scans. If indicated a laparoscopy to try and diagnose a gynaecological cause would be considered a gold standard investigation. There are several gynaecological causes including endometriosis, adenomyosis, ovarian cysts, adhesions, and pelvic infections that should be discussed with your gynaecologist. Depending on the condition suspected or diagnosed there a usually multiple treatment options that can also be offered.