This practice aims to deliver up to date medical expertise and care that provides women with both holistic and medical treatment. We strive to ensure that all your concerns and conditions are adequately treated. We hope that we can share this journey of well-being with you.
- Antenatal visits
- Dating and viability ultrasounds
- Ultrasound scans to assess growth (NT and fetal anomaly scan will be referred elsewhere)
- Vaginal deliveries
- VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Caesarean)
- Caesarean sections
- First and Routine gynaecological visit
- Pap smears and HPV testing
- Contraception counselling and implementation
- Assessment and treatment of perimenopause and menopause
- Endometrial sampling
- Insertion of Implanon, Kyleena, Mirena or Copper-T device
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Your questions answered
This practice is contracted to Discovery medical aid and Polmed. Members of other medical aids will need to pay upfront and then claim back themselves.
The first pregnancy visit is recommended at 6-8 weeks after your last period. This consultation will include an ultrasound scan to determine how far along you are.
You are more than welcome to shave or wax, but it is not necessary.
Having your period during a consultation is not an issue and a pap smear and examination can be performed regardless.
Our practice is located on the Life Kingsbury Hospital premises and any hospital admissions or surgeries are performed at Kingsbury Hospital.
For any emergencies please contact the office immediately. If it is after hours please go directly to Maternity Ward if 20 weeks pregnant and over, otherwise to the Kingsbury Emergency Unit, if earlier in pregnancy, or not pregnant. Dr Sonntag will be contacted once you have been assessed.
Your medical aid details, a referral letter if you have one, results of any tests done, a list of any medications you are on. If you have any questions, write them down and bring these with you. You will be required to give a urine sample at each visit.
Unfortunately Dr Kim Sonntag is only available for deliveries at Kingsbury Hospital.
Yes, in the right circumstances Dr Sonntag does support VBACs, where they are safe to do so.