Dr Chang T.C.

Dr T.C. Chang

Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Singapore
Dr T.C. Chang, 59 years of age, is an Obstetrician & Gynaecologist who works with Dr W.K. Tan and Dr Madeleine Tan at SWC GYNAE ASSOCIATES, #05-05, Thomson Medical Centre, Singapore.

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Preconception counselling can provide you with information in many aspects of pregnancy and a plan for a healthy pregnancy. Its goal is to help provide health education and promotion, risk assessment and intervention before pregnancy to improve the chances of a good perinatal outcome
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Dr. Chang has taught obstetric ultrasound in various Obstetric Ultrasound courses and has given numerous lectures at International Scientific Meetings on Obstetric Ultrasound and invasive procedures (amniocentesis / CVS) in numerous countries (UK, New Zealand, Canada, USA, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan). Dr .Chang is a member of the British Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine, British Society for Genetic Medicine, Fetal Genomics Group, Australian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine and International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
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Antenatal care provided by Dr Chang while you are pregnant can ensure that you and your baby are as well as possible. At scheduled antenatal appointment with Dr Chang, you will:

Have a risk assessment of the health of the mother and baby

Screening for chromosome abnormalities at 11 weeks or pregnancy using the first trimester NT ultrasound scan and non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) Panorama test, screening for pre-eclampsia at 11 weeks of pregnancy and Level III Fetal Anatomy Ultrasound Scan at 19 – 20 weeks gestation performed personally by Dr. Chang , a Consultant in Maternal Fetal Medicine

Read more about Obstetric Ultrasound, NIPT and invasive testing in pregnancy.

Provide useful information to help you have a healthy pregnancy and early diagnosis and treatment of complications in pregnancy (pre-eclampsia, fetal growth restriction, at-risk fetus, diabetes)
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Dr Chang looks after mothers with low-risk pregnancies where individualised birth plans and hypno-birthing are encouraged. Dr Chang and his team also manage complicated and high-risk pregnancies that require intensive monitoring during birth (whether by trial of labour or Caesarean delivery).
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  • Hysterectomy or removal of the uterus – open method or laparoscopic (key-hole method)
  • Ovarian cyst removal – laparoscopic (key-hole method)
  • Laser cone biopsy / loop excision / laser treatment of the cervix for pre-invasive changes in the cervix
  • Laparoscopy or minimally invasive surgery to visualise the inner abdominal organs of the female reproductive system and diagnosis and removal of cysts and / or endometriosis from the ovaries and fallopian tubes for treatment of sub-fertility or pelvic pain
  • Removal of uterus fibroids – open method or laparoscopic (key-hole method)
  • Diagnosis and treatment of cancers of cervix, vagina, vulva, uterus together with a gynae oncologist or cancer specialist.
  • Hysteroscopy (where the insides of the uterus are viewed using endoscope), dilatation and curettage (D&C), myomectomy / polypectomy for the treatment of painful periods, heavy periods or irregular bleeding
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Well-Woman screening with her gynaecologist is an important checkup for every woman. It can help women better understanding their reproductive health and body and detect any abnormalities at an early stage.
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  • Fertility tests for ovarian reserve
  • Fertility tests for ovulation
  • Assessment of Fallopian tube patency
  • Pelvis ultrasound scans for follicular tracking
  • Male Fertility tests for sperm density, motility and morphology
  • Fertility treatments – ovulation induction using clomiphene, letrozole or Gonal-F combined with intra-uterine insemination
  • Gain control over reproductive choices.
  • Counselling on family planning methods during adolescence, adulthood and the postpartum period
  • Prevention of pregnanvy – contraceptive pills, contraceptive patches, intra-uterine devices, implants, injections, ligation
  • Screening and prevention of sexually transmitted infections
Laparoscopic surgery (key-hole surgery usually involves 3 – 4 puncture holes in the abdominal skin) may be performed for the following medical conditions:
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Adenomyosis
  • Uterine fibroids
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Endometriosis
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Heavy menstrual periods
  • Ectopic pregnancy
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