Dr Michaela Lee
Qualifications: FRANZCOG MRMed
Also practices general Gynaecology
Also practices Obstetrics
Dr Michaela Lee completed her medical degree in 1996 at Vienna University, Austria and began training in a well-known Austrian fertility clinic where she was involved in clinical work and research. In addition, Dr Lee underwent training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University Hospital, Vienna.
In 2001, Dr Lee furthered her training in California and was appointed to work as a Research Fellow at the Foetal Medicine Centre, Cedar Sinai Medical Centre, Los Angeles with Prof. L Platt. Dr Lee participated in regular ultrasound clinics for high risk pregnancy including first trimester screening, and morphology ultrasounds whilst her research projects focused around 3D-Ultrasound.
Dr Lee moved to Australia in 2003 and held the position of Registrar at the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital for six years. The RBWH Maternity Services enabled her to gain valuable experience in a wide range of difficult deliveries. Dr Lee became proficient in managing a variety of women’s health issues and pregnancy complications which include severe preeclampsia, early preterm delivery, and maternal medical conditions.
In addition, Dr Lee held a surgical gynaecological position at Redcliffe Hospital before opening her private rooms at the Wesley Medical Centre. Dr Lee is an affiliate and registered Monash IVF Clinician and her comprehensive range of services now includes advanced fertility and reproductive medicine. Dr Lee is currently undertaking a Masters Degree is Reproductive Medicine.
Dr Lee specialises in the following:
Infertility: Cycle monitoring, Ovulation induction, Intra-uterine Insemination (IUI) (including Donor Sperm) and Invitro Fertilisation (IVF) including, but not limited to: Frozen Embryo Transfer, Intracyctoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) Treatment, Surrogacy and Donor Sperm.
Obstetrics: Uncomplicated pregnancies as well as pregnancies complicated by: Diabetes, thyroid function disorder, heart conditions, clotting disease, multiple pregnancies and breech presentation.
Gynaecology: Menstrual abnormalities, post menopausal bleeding, management of abnormal PAP smear, Laparscopic endometriosis investigation, Laparoscopic Hysterectomy, early pregnancy complication, fertility assessment and management of incontinence.