Personalized care for women

Welcome to our dedicated women’s health service, where we are committed to providing comprehensive, personalized care to meet your specific needs. Our competent medical team is here to support you at every stage of your life.

We are dedicated to your well-being, providing quality care so that every woman feels heard, supported and confident at every stage of her life.

Make an appointment today for exceptional care in a warm and respectful environment.

Service available at:

  • Montréal (Marché-Central)
  • Saint-Eustache
  • Montréal (Sanctuaire)
  • Terrebonne
  • Virtual consultation


Services dedicated to women

Attentive listening, informed advice, and tailor-made solutions to meet your unique needs.


Consultation and education on contraception

Personalized advice and discussions on available options

IUD insertion/removal

The insertion of an IUD usually includes two meetings, the first which makes it possible to clearly identify the contraceptive choice and identify the risk factors and carry out the necessary tests such as cytology (Pap test) if not carried out in the last two years as well as the screening for certain STBBIs such as chlamydia and gonorrhea as well as validating contraindications. The second meeting is usually taken during menstruation to allow the installation of the IUD.

Contraceptive implant insertion/removal


Pregnancy planning

Personalized pre-conception advice to assist you in this important stage of your life.

Pregnancy monitoringe

Preparing for the birth of a child is a special moment and you deserve a medical team that is competent, professional and human to support you in this important stage. This is why ExcelleMD clinics offer you personalized pregnancy monitoring and rapid access to prenatal care (follow-up appointments, blood tests and ultrasounds) in order to facilitate all stages of your pregnancy and ensure that your experience is as positive as possible. and serene.

You can then be referred to the hospital doctor of your choice. You will also have access to a follow-up visit during your postpartum period. If desired, the clinic also offers a newborn care service.

Miscarriage Treatment


Treatment of menopausal symptoms
  • Genitourinary syndrome of menopause
  • Vasomotor symptoms (hot flashes, night sweats)
  • Prescription of hormone therapy as needed.

Treatment of ear-related problems, including dizziness caused by inner ear pathologies such as:

Gynecological health

Screening and treatment for sexually transmitted and sexually transmitted infections blood (STI)

You can consult for screening and treatment of STBBIs. YOU will also be able to have the necessary requests to take the tests applicable in the clinic or to the public.

Benign vulvar disorder
  • Lichen sclerosus
  • Simple chronic lichen
  • Contact dermatitis
Investigation of abnormal uterine bleeding
Endometrial biopsy




Answers to your most frequently asked questions

The hormonal IUD is 99.8% effective. This means that if 1000 people wore a hormonal IUD for a year, only 2 of them would get pregnant.

You may have light bleeding for the first three months. Your periods may become lighter, shorter or more irregular. After one year, on average 25% of people will stop having their periods as long as the hormonal IUD is in place. Other rare side effects include acne, headaches, and breast tenderness. Only 5% of people experience these side effects. Talk to your healthcare professional if you have a history of depression or are concerned about possible weight gain.

The implant (Nexplanon) is a method of contraception. It is a small (4 cm) plastic rod containing a hormone (progesterone) that a healthcare professional places under the skin of your upper arm. It has been approved by Health Canada for use for up to 3 years.

Most people don’t know if they are fertile or not unless they start trying to conceive or a pregnancy occurs unexpectedly. For men, the quantity of sperm (sperm count) or the ability of sperm to move (sperm motility) can be influenced by stress, family history, medical conditions, environmental factors and lifestyle habits ( e.g. smoking, use of drugs and alcohol, etc.). You produce sperm throughout your life after puberty, although their numbers decrease with age. For women, your fertility may be affected by stress, family history, illness, rapid weight gain or weight loss, lifestyle factors (for example, smoking, drug and alcohol use, etc.), breastfeeding and the use of hormonal contraceptives. Your fertility declines as you age and eventually stops completely (menopause). This usually happens between the ages of 45 and 60.

If you experience postmenopausal vaginal bleeding, it is important to see a healthcare professional immediately. Although it can be caused by benign factors, such as hormonal changes or vaginal atrophy problems, it can also be a sign of more serious problems, such as infections, polyps, or even more serious medical conditions. like uterine cancer.