Women's Health


The following links can help your manage your menopause. 



The following links offer contreception advice:


Please be advised the practice does not offer coil or implant insertion. For these services please contact Highland Sexual Health: 01463 888300

Cervical Screening

Cervical screening, which used to be called smear test, is a test to check the health of the cervix and help prevent cervical cancer. It's offered to women and people with a cervix aged 25 to 64.

You will recieve a letter from NHS Highland when your screening is due. Once you have recived this letter please call us on 01463 220077 and a member of reception will book you into a clinic with our practice nurse. 

If you wish to opt out of the scottish cervical screening programme you will be asked to book in with a practice nurse to sign a disclaimer form. 



Relationships/ Sexual Dysfunction

The following link provides help, advice and self-help tools for sexual dysfunction and relationships:




A lump is not the only sign of breast cancer, so getting to know more will help you notice anything unusual quickly. Remember, if you have periods, some of these changes might happen naturally with your cycle and can be perfectly normal.

1. Check regularly

We believe chest checking should be part of your monthly routine so you will notice any unusual changes quickly. By checking every month, you will get more confident about knowing what is normal for you. Everyone has to start somewhere, so do not worry if you do not feel confident straight away.

2. Look AND feel

Being breast aware simply means knowing what is normal for your boobs or pecs. If you have periods, it’s likely you’ll find that your boobs will naturally change as part of your cycle each month. It is important to get to know the normal rhythm of your boobs so you will be able to detect anything unusual quickly.

3. Look and Feel

Many of the signs of breast cancer are changes you would only notice by seeing how your chest looks. . We recommend coppin’ a feel AND taking a look during your checks.

The area that can be affected by breast cancer reaches all the way up to your collarbones and underneath your armpits. Check this whole area each time. This is the same for all genders.

4. If in doubt, get it checked out

Only your GP can send you for further tests and a diagnosis. If the sign you have noticed does not go away after a week, we suggest you arrange to visit your GP straight away.