To help you prepare for your appointment with Dr Tini, browse through our list of frequently asked questions. If you require any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

1When should I see a specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist?

Obstetricians are frequently the first doctors women see for standard prenatal care. A gynaecologist appointment is advised for annual screening, and any time a woman has concerns about symptoms like pelvic, vulvar or vaginal pain, or irregular uterine bleeding.

2What tests does Dr Tini do?

Cancer screenings, pap tests, pelvic exams, prenatal ultrasounds and diagnosis and treatment of various women’s health conditions are all provided by Dr Tini. Most examinations and tests are done in-rooms during your consultation.

3Do I need a referral to see Dr Tini?

You do not typically need a referral to book an appointment with an OBGYN. However, your doctor may refer you to Dr Tini if you present with women’s health concerns and have not seen a gynaecologist yet, or if you are pregnant.

4How long will my first consultation take?

Depending on your medical history, symptoms and concerns, your first consultation with Dr Tini may take 45 minutes to an hour.

5Does the practice accept medical aid?

The practice accepts both medical aid and private patients and is contracted to all major medical schemes. It remains the patient’s responsibility to check with the medical aid if the practice is contracted with them.