Author: Dr Ruth-Ann Sterling

Dr Ruth-Ann Sterling

Dr Ruth-Ann Sterling is an experienced Gynaecologist, Obstetrician and Laparoscopic Surgeon providing care in Liverpool, Norwest and surrounding areas. Ruth-Ann is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Obstetrics & Gynaecologists and has been caring for women in Southwest Sydney for over five years.

Ruth-Ann completed her medical degree at the University of Sydney and completed her training in major teaching hospitals in Newcastle, Sydney and London, including Westmead Hospital & the Royal North Shore Hospital here in Sydney. Ruth-Ann is published in various women’s health areas and is passionate about continuous growth and giving back. She actively participates in teaching medical students and registrars and is the RANZCOG training ITP coordinator at Liverpool Hospital.

Dr Sterling’s areas of interest are: Heavy Menstrual Bleeding, Prolapse, Abnormal CST, Fibroids, Endometriosis

Ruth-Ann is passionate about providing up-to-date, minimally invasive medical care and prides herself on her easy-going and friendly nature. She is extremely compassionate toward her patients and is always an advocate for their needs and wishes.

In her spare time, Ruth-Ann likes gardening, singing, and painting as well as spending quality time with her son.

Ovarian cysts

In this episode of PodMD, experienced Gynaecologist, Obstetrician and Laparoscopic Surgeon Dr Ruth-Ann Sterling will be discussing the topic of ovarian cysts, including what ovarian cysts are, the risks of having ovarian cysts, the treatment options available, likelihood of recurrence, when to refer and more. Transcript Please note this is a machine generated transcription and… Read more »

Heavy periods

In this episode of PodMD, experienced Gynaecologist, Obstetrician and Laparoscopic Surgeon Dr Ruth-Ann Sterling will be discussing the topic of heavy periods, including what heavy periods are, the current treatment options available, warning signs to look out for, when to refer and more. Transcript Please note this is a machine generated transcription and may contain… Read more »