Our Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Ultrasound Team in Frankston

Associate Professor Amar Trivedi

Associate Professor Trivedi is a specialist Obstetrician, Gynaecologist and Ultrasonologist in Frankston. He uses his almost-40 years of medical experience across 3 countries to treat the women of Frankston, Mornington and Wonthaggi and educate the young doctors of tomorrow.

Associate Professor Trivedi has published many academic papers on topical obstetrics and gynaecological issues and has recently published a book about Gynaecology.

Having visited over 25 countries, he is an avid traveller; keeps fit and healthy through his love of exercise; and enjoys few things more than spending time with family and friends, sampling some of the world's best cuisine.

O&G and Ultrasound Treatments We Offer

  • Obstetrics (Pregnancy)

    As an obstetrician, Associate Professor Trivedi can help you with all aspects of your pregnancy: before, during (pre-natal) and after (post-natal) care.

    Whether you are struggling to get pregnant, have been told that you have a complicated pregnancy or need expert care during a normal pregnancy, Associate Professor Trivedi has the knowledge and experience to help you.

    He is an expert in obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound, which means he can conduct, diagnose and explain the various scans you will need to have during your pregnancy.

  • Gynaecology

    Gynaecological treatments help you with issues of the genital tract. There are lots of symptoms of gynaecological problems, and many can remain undetected if your gynaecological health is not assessed regularly.

    Gynaecological treatments range from taking medicines, to having small procedures in a clinic, to undergoing surgery in a hospital.

    Common gynaecological conditions include:

    • Cervical screening and colposcopy
    • Abnormal uterine bleeding
    • Endometriosis
    • Fibroids
    • Hormone imbalances
    • Incontinence
    • Infertility
    • Menopause
    • Pelvic organ prolapse
    • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

  • Ultrasound Scans

    Associate Professor Trivedi is trained and accredited in obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound. This means that he is qualified and certified to conduct ultrasounds, interpret ultrasound results and diagnose any problems.

    The following are the most common scans that are requested by our patients:

    • Endometriosis scans
    • Nuchal-translucency scans
    • Pregnancy dating scans
    • 12 week scan
    • 20 week scan
    • Post-20 week scan
    • Abdominal scan
    • Ovarian cancer screening
    • Pelvic floor ultrasound scans
    • Transabdominal Scan of the Pelvis (TA Scan)
    • Transvaginal scan of the pelvis (TVS)

    If the scan you need is not listed above then please contact us because it is likely that Associate Professor Trivedi will still be able to help you.

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Obstetrician & Gynaecologist In Frankston & Wonthaggi

Associate Professor Trivedi consults from his private clinic in Frankston. This location is ideal if you live in Frankston, Cranbourne, Carrum Downs, Seaford and the Mornington Peninsula.

Our Frankston address is:
164 Cranbourne Road
Victoria 3199

Phone: (03) 9775 8942

Parking: We have lots of parking at the rear of the clinic. Simply drive in and find an empty spot.

Associate Professor Trivedi also consults in Wonthaggi.

Our Wonthaggi address is:
Wonthaggi Medical Group
42 Murray Street
Victoria 3995

Request A Call-Back Or Ask A Question

Call us: (03) 9775 8942

You can also use our convenient online booking system to quickly book an appointment now:

Monday 7 June 2021

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4 Key Investigations To Diagnose & Treat Infertility So That You Can Have The Family Of Your Dreams

Let me start by putting your mind at ease: you're not alone in having trouble getting pregnant. There are many women and couples who share your struggle and thankfully, modern medicine has given us many techniques to help you become pregnant.

Inftertility treatments have come a long way over the last few decades. The common misconception is that IVF is the only hope if you're struggling to become pregnant. With modern diagnostic techniques and treatment options there are now a number of methods we can use to help you become pregnant.

I made the following video for GPs, but this might be interesting to you because I talk about some of the investigations and factors that may help you in becoming pregnant:

If you're ready for professional help in treating confirmed or potential infertility make an appointment online to see me otherwise feel free to call my clinic and speak to my team to see if we can help you:

Or you can call us on (03) 9775 8942 during business hours to speak to my friend team or to make an appointment
Publisher: Assoc. Professor Amar Trivedi - June 07, 2021

Thursday 12 March 2020

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Pregnant women should do these things to protect themselves from Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Pregnancy is a wonderful thing for you as the expectant mother and your family as you all await the arrival of a(nother) miracle of life into your world. You probably also know that there are certain precautions that pregnant women must take to safeguard themselves and their unborn babies.

As the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) notes, Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a very new virus. Because we don't know as much about COVID-19 and because this Coronovirus is similar to a strain of influenza, pregnant women should take all the precautions they would normally take to guard against getting the flu.

You might already know that contracting influenza and high fever can pose serious risks during pregnancy to both the expectant mother and the fetus.

Accordingly, RANZCOG advises, "Influenza is a potentially serious disease for pregnant women, the fetus and newborn babies. A number of changes occur to a women’s body during pregnancy. These changes include reduced lung function, increased cardiac output, increased oxygen consumption, and changes to the immune system. Due to these changes, pregnant women have an increased risk of severe complications from influenza. Pregnant women are more than twice as likely to be admitted to hospital with influenza than the general population."

Other strains of the flu like SARS and MERS have been shown to elevate the risks to pregnant women. RANZCOG advises that contracting "SARS during pregnancy is associated with an increased incidence of adverse maternal and neonatal complications, such as spontaneous miscarriage, preterm delivery, intrauterine growth restriction, application of endotracheal intubation, admission to the intensive care unit, renal failure, and disseminated intravascular coagulopathy."

Because no vaccine is currently available for COVID-19, I echo RANZCOG's advice that pregnant women strictly follow the precautions that their GPs and Obstetricians have advised them to take to protect themselves from influenza.

What precautions should pregnant women take to guard against the Coronavirus?

RANZCOG advises the following preventative measures to reduce a pregnant woman's chances of contracting COVID-19:  
  • Hand washing regularly and frequently with an alcohol based hand rub or soap and water
  • Avoidance of anyone who is coughing and sneezing
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
  • Early reporting and investigation of symptoms and prompt access to appropriate treatment and supportive measures if infection is significant.
Pregnant women should also avoid all non-essential travel, especially travel on mass-transport systems like trains, buses and commercial aircraft.

Does the flu vaccine stop pregnant women from contracting the novel Coronavirus?

Influenza vaccinations should be taken before you fall sick, if approved by your GP or Obstetrician.

While vaccination against influenza will not affect a pregnant woman's chances of contracting Coronavirus, it will keep their immune system as strong as possible by limiting her chances of contracting the flu. In turn, this should help their bodies cope better in situations where the expectant mother has been exposed to COVID-19.

What symptoms indicate that a pregnant woman could have contracted Coronavirus?

The symptoms of COVID-19 for pregnant women are exactly the same as those for the general population, including:
  • Fever
  • Coughing
  • Sneezing
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath
Remember, just because you may have some or all of these symptoms doesn't mean that you have contracted the novel Coronavirus.

However, if you think you have the symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) you should:
  • Call the healthdirect hotline on 1800 022 222 to get assistance from a registered nurse; and
  • Organise an appointment with your GP immediately; or
  • Visit the emergency department of your local hospital.
You can find additional information on the Australian government and RANZCOG Coronavirus information pages.

If you are my patient or would like me to perform your obstetric scans, you can use our convenient online booking system to make your appointment.
Or you can call us on (03) 9775 8942 during business hours to speak to my friend team or to make an appointment
Publisher: Assoc. Professor Amar Trivedi - March 12, 2020