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Dr Vadim Mirmilstein

Dr Vadim Mirmilstein

Show Phone NumberSuite 1 Level 2, 182 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne, VIC, 3002Australia
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Monday09:00 - 18:00
Tuesday09:00 - 18:00
Wednesday09:00 - 18:00
Thursday09:00 - 18:00
Friday09:00 - 18:00
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Popular Treatments

Obstetrician / Gynaecologist Consultation
Labia Minora Labiaplasty
LabiaMajora Surgery (Labia Majora Lifting)
Vaginal Tightening (Vaginoplasty)
Hymenoplasty(hymen reconstruction surgery)
Fertility Test
Recurrent Miscarriage
Male Infertility
Cancer Screening
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  • RANZCOG - Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (Australia) 
  • MBBS - Bachelor of Medical and Bachelor of Surgery (Australia) 
  • ECAMS - European College of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery (International) 
  • FRANZCOG - Fellow of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (International) 


FertilityGeneral PracticeObstetrics / GynaecologyPhysiotherapyPlastic SurgeryUrology

Obstetrics / Gynaecology

Hysteroscopic Surgery
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy
Surgical removal of the uterus along with the cervix is called total hysterectomy. It is usually done by making an incision in the abdomen.
Vaginal Hysterectomy
Vaginal hysterectomy is an alternative surgical procedure to abdominal hysterectomy. In this the uterus is removed through the vagina rather than through the incision in the abdomen.
Hysteroscopy is a minor and fairly safe surgical procedure used for diagnosis and/or treatment of various conditions of the uterus. In this procedure, a thin telescopic instrument called hysteroscope is inserted into the uterus through the vagina to view the internal structures for diagnosing or treating the conditions. The camera in the hysteroscope projects the images on to the large television screen thereby helping the surgeon to view the internal structures.
Laparoscopic Gynecological Surgery
IUCD is an intrauterine contraceptive device used by women to prevent unwanted pregnancy. IUCD offers a long-term contraception, for up to 5 years after insertion. IUCD is T-shaped plastic frame with plastic strings attached. When placed in the uterus, it releases the hormone progestin that makes the cervical mucus more viscous and the endometrium thinner so as to avoid the entry of sperms into the fallopian tubes. IUCD is also considered to suppress the ovulation, partially.
Large Loop Excision of the Transformation Zone
The acronym LLETZ refers to large loop excision of the transformation zone, a treatment modality used in patients with cervical dysplasia. In this procedure an electric current is passed through a thin wire loop electrode to excise or cut the abnormal lesion on the cervix. It is also called as loop electrosurgical excision procedure or LEEP. It is important to note that having abnormal cells on the cervix does not mean that you have cervical cancer but these abnormal cells may become cancerous over the time. Thus their early and complete removal is critical.
Laparoscopic Myomectomy
Myomectomy is a surgical procedure to remove uterine fibroids, benign or non cancerous growths appearing in your uterus. Many women with uterine fibroids do not experience any symptoms. However some women may experience symptoms that are mild and they include heavy and prolonged menstrual bleeding, bleeding between periods, pelvic pain, lower back pain, pain during intercourse and urinary problems. Rarely may you have difficulty emptying your bladder, difficulty moving your bowels, anaemia due to heavy menstrual bleeding and reproductive problems such as infertility.
Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
Hysterectomy is a surgical removal of uterus, recommended in treatment of endometriosis, uterine fibroids, uterine prolapse, uterine cancer, ovarian cancer and uncontrolled vaginal bleeding. Endometriosis is a common gynaecological problem affecting women of reproductive age. It occurs when the endometrium lining the uterus start growing on surfaces of other organs in the pelvis. Endometrium may grow on ovaries, fallopian tubes, outer surface of uterus, pelvic cavity lining, vagina, cervix, vulva, bladder or rectum. Patients may experience painful cramps in the lower abdomen, back or in the pelvis during menstruation, heavy menstrual bleeding, painful bowel movements or urination and infertility.
Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy
Cystectomy is a surgical excision of an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts are small fluid-filled sacs that develop on the ovaries. Ovaries are the almond shaped organs located one on each side of the uterus. Once a month, during your menstrual cycle, a follicle forms on your ovary. A follicle is a fluid filled sac that contains an egg. Usually a follicle release mature egg from your ovary (ovulation). In some cases, if the follicle fails to rupture and release an egg, the fluid stays in the follicle and forms a cyst. This is called an ovarian cyst. Individuals with ovarian cysts often do not experience any however some women may experience pressure, swelling, pain in the abdomen, pain during intercourse and abnormal or unusually painful periods.
Fibroid Tumor
These non-cancerous masses are found in the uterus or cervix. Uterine fibroids are found in one out of every four or five women in their 30s and 40s. They can cause tubal blockages, prevent the embryo from attaching to the uterine wall and cause miscarriage. The impact the fibroids have on fertility depends upon their size and location.
Amenorrhea is the medical term used for the absence of menstruation. If a woman has stopped having periods, it usually indicates a defect in the system and warrants investigation.
Anovulation is the medical term used when a woman does not ovulate. Ovulation is the release of mature eggs from a woman’s ovary and is a critical part of the reproductive process.
The lining of the uterus is called the endometrium and it is shed monthly if pregnancy does not occur. The endometrial tissue passes through the uterus and outside the body in the form of menstrual bleeding. Endometriosis results when menstrual bleeding flows backwards through the fallopian tubes and grows outside the uterus. Distortion of the anatomy due to endometriosis can block the fallopian tubes and prevent the sperm from reaching and fertilizing the egg. Some theorize that endometriosis can secrete toxins that can reduce fertility.
Hyperprolactinemia is the excessive production of the hormone prolactin (the hormone responsible for milk production). An excess of prolactin can suppress ovulation and can be symptomatic of hypothyroidism (when the body lacks thyroid hormone) or luteal phase defects.
Immunological Infertility
Immunological infertility occurs most often in men. The male immune system can react to its own sperm as if they were invading cells and can be caused by an infection, cancer or a vasectomy. The immune system attacks the sperm and significantly impedes sperm motility.
Luteal Phase Defect (LPD)
The luteal phase is the time between ovulation and the start of the next menstrual cycle. If a woman has a luteal phase defect, her body does not have enough time between ovulation (when mature eggs are released) and menstruation to build up the lining of the uterus, because the woman does not produce a sufficient amount of progesterone to allow a fertilized egg to implant. This is a broad diagnosis that can mean many things.
Occlusion is the medical term used for any blockage in a woman or man’s system. In women, fallopian tube blockages (also called tubal blockages) are most common. In men, a blockage in the duct system (the epididymis or the vas deferens) may prevent sperm from reaching the ejaculate.
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a condition in which the upper reproductive organs in a woman become infected. The disease can affect the lining of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a condition in which the ovaries secrete abnormally high amounts of androgens (male hormones) that often cause problems with ovulation. Women with PCOS have enlarged ovaries which contain multiple, small cysts. PCOS is also called Stein-Leventhal syndrome.
Premature Ovarian Failure (POF)
Premature ovarian failure (POF) is also called early menopause. This term refers to a condition where the ovary stops ovulating earlier than is normal. The average age range for menopause is between 45 and 55. Women under 40 who permanently stop ovulating regularly are considered prematurely menopausal.
Uterine/Vaginal Birth Defects
These particular defects are also referred to as mullerian anomalies. A birth defect of the vagina and uterus can impair a woman’s ability to get pregnant, or to carry a pregnancy to term. Mullerian anomalies can range from a bicornuate uterus to the absence of a uterus and cervix.
Multiple childbirths, episiotomies (an incision in the perineal area allowing the infant to be properly moved and brought to life), other age related factors may destroy or alter a significant portion of tissues in the perineal area, often resulting to problems related to the natural function of the area. A typical side effect may be the gradual relaxation of the perineum muscles, with an increase in vaginal diameter. Furthermore, the skin present in the perineal area may lose its firmness, and the region may become extraordinarily "flexible", to a degree where sexual intercourse is no longer at the same level as it used to be.
Clitoral Hood Reduction (clitoral hood lifting,hoodectomy)
Excess skin on the sides of the clitoris often causes the clitoris to look enlarged and/or uneven. This issue is often co-exist with a asymmetrical or enlarged labia minora (smaller interior vaginal lips).
Fibroids also called as myomas, fibromyomas or leiomyomas, Fibroids are non-cancerous tumours of the uterus that appear during your childbearing years. Fibroids can appear on the inside or outside lining of your uterus, or within its muscular wall. They usually develop from a single smooth muscle cell that continues to grow. Fibroids often cause no problems, but may occasionally be associated with infertility, miscarriage and premature labour. Other possible problems include heavy, lengthy and painful periods. Treatment depends on the size, number and location of the fibroids, but may include drugs and surgery. Fibroids rarely turn cancerous.
Ovarian Cysts
An ovarian cyst is a fluid filled sac or pouch which forms on the ovary. Ovarian cysts, in most cases are harmless and resolve on their own. If the cyst is cancerous, it may cause problems and thus needs medical intervention. Ovarian cysts are common in women of childbearing age.
Genital Prolapse
Genital prolapse is a condition where the pelvic organs such as bladder, rectum, uterus, urethra, and small bowel protrude into the vaginal wall. Several types of genital prolapses have been identified and they include:
Pelvic Inflammatory Diseases
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is infection of the reproductive organs of women. This may include infection of: The Uterus (womb) The Cervix (the opening of the womb into the vagina) The fallopian tubes (these are the tiny tubes between the ovary and the womb - eggs released by the ovary pass through these tubes) the ovaries The infections that can cause PID include: Gonorrhoea Chlamydia Other bacteria
Menorrhagia is a condition characterised by abnormally heavy, prolonged bleeding or both during menstruation. Women with menorrhagia may have substantial blood loss of about 80cc or more during periods and pain that disturbs normal activities.
Obstetrician / Gynaecologist Consultation

Plastic Surgery

Hymenoplasty(hymen reconstruction surgery)
The hymenis a membrane which is anatomically positioned close to the entry point of the vagina. It is believed by most scientists that hymen has no known anatomical function whatsoever, but is simply a remnant from the development of the fetus into a girl in the womb. There are arguments that it serves as an infection barrier to the vagina in infancy but this is simply a hypothesis.
Labiaplasty(labioplasty, labia reduction, labial reduction) is a plastic surgery procedure for altering the labia minora (inner labia) and the labia majora (outer labia), the folds of skin surrounding the human vulva. The size, colour and shape of labia vary significantly, and may change as a result of childbirth, sexual intercourse, aging, and other events. Sometimes the inner labia (labia minora) are too large and/or asymmetrical and this can cause difficulty and discomfort whilst wearing certain clothes and during activities such as sex, cycling horse-riding etc. The appearance itself may be distressing or embarrassing and hypertrophic labia can furthermore result to excessive sweating, and thus contribute to unpleasant smell developing in the sensitive area.
Labia Minora Labiaplasty
Labia Minora Labiaplasty aims to change the size and shape of labia minora(smaller interior vaginal lips) as well as the removal of dark skin discoloration of the labia, which could be the cause of nuisance and unhappiness for many women.
LabiaMajora Surgery (Labia Majora Lifting)
Labia Majora Labiaplasty aims to reduce the size and look of the labia majora (larger, exterior vaginal lips) region, as well as remove excess fat existent in the region, and tighten / lift relaxed skin present there. Excessively sized labia majora can exist due to a variety of factors, such as genetic predisposition, large-scale weight loss, aging or result of childbirth. Another common factor inflicting labia majora hypertrophy is genetic construction and anatomy of the female body, which tends to store amounts of body fat in this particular area.
Plastic Surgeon Consultation
Vaginal Tightening (Vaginoplasty)
Women undertake vaginal tightening procedures for a number of reasons, the primary one being to enhance and revitalize sexual experience for themselves and their partners during intercourse. Some of the women have different degree of vaginal and uterine prolapse and urinary incontinence which can be fixed during the vaginal tightening procedure. In the majority of cases vaginoplasty is combined with perineoplasty.


Artificial Insemination With Husband’s (or Partner's) Sperm (A.I.H)
Hundreds of couples in Australia seek Artificial Insemination fertility treatments each year – and this figure is increasing rapidly. Artificial Insemination may help you to achieve a pregnancy.
Fertility Specialist Consultation
Fertility Test
Recurrent Miscarriage
Women who experience recurrent miscarriage are those who have had at least three consecutive miscarriages. Recurrent miscarriage is not only very stressful; it is emotionally draining for the couple involved. You will be offered Advice and support during your pregnancy Comprehensive investigations A full range of treatment options depending on the cause of recurrent pregnancy loss
Confronting an infertility diagnosis can be difficult but it is an important milestone. It marks progress on your path to resolving your infertility. Regardless of whether the cause is male-related or female-related it is best if you and your partner deal with infertility as a couple.
Male Infertility
This is a difficult time for you and your partner, however diagnosing the problem is an important milestone whether the diagnosis is male-related or female-related. You and your partner need to deal with your infertility as a team regardless of the cause.
IVF Treatment
In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) literally means that fertilisation of the egg by the sperm takes place in an incubator outside the body.
Ovulation Induction
Ovulation Induction (OI) uses fertility medications to cause or regulate ovulation, or increase the number of eggs produced during a cycle. Because these powerful hormones produce significant changes in your system, their effects are tracked by blood tests and ultrasound. These same tests are used to determine a baseline – indicating your natural hormone levels – and your medication start date. For this reason, Ovulation Induction cycles also may be called "monitored" cycles.

General Practice

Cancer Screening
Pap Test, HPV & Colposcopy
The Pap test (also called a Pap smear) checks for changes in the cells of your cervix. The cervix is the lower part of the uterus (womb) that opens into the vagina (birth canal). The Pap test can tell if you have an infection, abnormal (unhealthy) cells, or cancer.
GP Consultation
Menopause is that time in a woman's life when the ovaries stop producing oestrogen and she stops having periods. Menopause is a natural biological process, not a medical problem. Although it's associated with hormonal, physical and psychosocial changes in your life, menopause isn't the end of your youth or your sexuality.


Chronic Pelvic Pain
Chronic pelvic pain is constant pain felt in the lower abdominal region and the pain may persist for longer duration, for more than six months.
Physiotherapist Consultation


Urinary incontinence is loss of normal control of the bladder and involuntary loss of urine. Many people with urinary incontinence are too embarrassed. Urinary incontinence in some individuals may be a normal part of growing up and disappears naturally over the time. However, if not disappeared, requires treatment and improves when the underlying cause is treated.
Urologist Consultation
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Dr Vadim Mirmilstein

MBBS FRANZCOG MReproMed. He is a consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with a special interest in female and male fertility and IVF, Advanced Laparoscopic ("keyhole") Surgery, General Gynaecology and Obstetrics.

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Show Phone NumberSuite 1 Level 2, 182 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne, VIC, 3002Australia