Home > Experts > Question Search health advice Find an answer Question Posted by: Gina | 2007/07/17 Q.Gynea in Cape Town Area I miscarried 2 years ago and although I went for my '6 week check-up' I have not had a check -up since. I don't have med aid and do NOT want to go to Somerset or Tygerberg hospital. At Karl Bremer I have to have a recommendation letter. Can someone please tell me where in the Cape Town area I can find a FEMALE gynea. Your help will be much appreciated More: All ExpertsGynaeDoc 5 user comments C. Posted by: Gina | 2007/07/17 Dear Les1. Thank you, I did not realise the Mary Stopes Clinic does it too. I will make contact with both and see whey they say. Thanx again very much. Regards, Reply to Gina Posted by: Les1 | 2007/07/17 Apparently the Marie Stopes Clinic does pap smears there and I understand that they are in Bree Street, but why not give the gynae clinic at Groote Schuur a call and maybe they will assist you Reply to Les1 Posted by: Donna | 2007/07/17 Pleasure Reply to Donna Posted by: Gina | 2007/07/17 Thank you very much Donna. Long street is very close to where I work, so it is perfect. Thank you again very much. I will call today still. Reply to Gina Posted by: Donna | 2007/07/17 Hi there Gina I have a Gynea in Long street. she is extremely good, and i recommed all my friends to go to her. i'm not sure what the cost would be if you are not on medical aid. It is Dr. E Basson and her office number is 0214241325i know her waiting list is normally a month or so for first time visitors, but give it a try.....you can't go wrong Reply to Donna Want to comment? Your name (optional) Your comment To prevent spam please solve this simple math problem: × Thanks for commenting! Your comment will appear on the site shortly. × Thanks for commenting! Your comment will appear on the site shortly. Reply to Your name (optional) Your comment To prevent spam please solve this simple math problem: Close Submit comment advertisement From our sponsors A number of good reasons why saving the tooth is a better option Breakfast like a King Alzheimer’s disease – incurable but preventable Cancer is a word that strikes fear into the hearts of many.