Based in the heart of East Melbourne’s medical precinct, Dr Alex Polyakov’s offices are located in close proximity to the city.
A leading specialist in women’s health, who is able to treat in a range of complex gynaecological conditions including ovarian cysts, fibroids and endometriosis.
Whenever surgical intervention is required, you can rely on Dr Alex to thoroughly diagnose, prepare and support you through every stage.
Every patient and couples have individual circumstances and requirements involving their fertility health or conditions. The range of symptoms, pain and treatment options vary greatly. An individual consultation with Dr Alex Polyakov will provide you with your customised treatment plan.
More about Dr. Alex Polyakov
After graduating from the University of Adelaide in 2000, Alex completed his internship at the Royal Adelaide Hospital before moving to Melbourne to start his specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
He trained at various hospitals, including Monash Medical Centre, Dandenong Hospital and Box Hill Hospital, and completed formal fellowship training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the Reproductive Biology Unit of the Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne IVF and Monash IVF.
Enjoying an evening tennis session with my good friend. #australianopen2019
I was interviewed on Triple J last night to debunk the myths around male infertility. My interview is in the last 30 min of the segment. Link in the bio.
#andrology #malefertility #spermcount #maleinfertility #MenHealth #Foodformen #MaleHealth #icsi #icsi
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Meet our lovely Slade pharmacy team at Epworth Freemasons: Daniel, Jenn and Lydia. They look after the medicines of my obstetric patients, and can offer expert advice on products for post-natal care. #medelabreastpump #csectionscar #postpartum #postnatal
Working with the top team at RWH on my operating list this morning. #laparoscopysurgery #bornatthewomens #thewomens #royalwomensbaby #royalwomenshospital #gynaecologistmelbourne #laparoscopicsurgeon #ivfspecialist #fertilityspecialist #fertilityspecialist
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Congratulations to Harry and Meghan who are expecting their first child due in Spring 2019.
Meghan Markle is currently 37 years old.
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