My Sexual Health Booking service
Welcome to the My Sexual Health booking service. Here you can find information about online or in-person consultations with the MSH Licensed Practices in Pretoria.

If you're looking for another MSH Team Member you can find them here.

Not sure where to start? Speak to our Receptionist, Lesli-Anne Smith. She will point you in the right direction. Phone or WhatsApp: +27 (0)61 302 6730
My Sexual Health Pretoria

Clinical head of MSH Pretoria

Medical Doctor 
with a special interest in Sexual Health

Step 1: Contact Sharon Mvandaba


Phone: +27 (0)12 816 8540

Step 2: If you are a NEW patient, complete and submit the following forms/questionnaires before the appointment.

Click here for the Patient Registration Form

Please complete the questionnaire that is relevant and applicable to your gender:
Female Patients - please click here.
Male Patients - please click here. 

Please complete the questionnaire that is relevant and applicable to your gender if you experience any of the following symptoms: Sexual Problems / Libido Problems / Hormonal Problems / Problems with Orgasm

Patients that do not identify as either gender, or feel that these forms are not applicable to them in any way may choose not to complete these forms. Please note that the information required in the gender relevant forms is based on the biological system at work in your physical body, and in no specific or non-specific way indicative of gender identity.

Please provide as much information as possible before your appointment to ensure your visit goes smoothly. Completing these forms beforehand will help us to make the most of your time with the doctor and avoid unnecessary delays during your consultation. 

Step 3: See you there! Our address is First Floor, Med Ahead, 21 Wattle Crescent, The Willows Ext 14, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa (next to Die Wilgers Hospital).

Step 4: Face-to-face consultations are paid at the practice. 

Need help?


Phone or whatsapp: +27 (0)61 302 6730

Blood Test Results

We may email you a request for blood tests. It is by no means compulsory, but it is strongly advised for certain conditions. Please try to have the tests done before your consultation.