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Vaginal laser treatment to improve vaginal dryness and discomfort

10 Sep 2019

Ms Shree Datta discusses how vaginal laser treatment can help with vaginal dryness and discomfort that often comes with menopause.

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Exploring the alternatives to HRT

15 Aug 2019

A few days ago, it was reported in the news that there’s an HRT shortage in the UK.

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Menopause urinary tract infections: are there treatments to help prevent them?

05 Aug 2019

The menopause is different for every woman, but you may experience more frequent urinary tract infections (UTIs) at this stage of life. 

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How do I know if my child has sleep apnoea?

01 Aug 2019

Sleep apnoea is a fairly common condition in childhood, where a child momentarily stops breathing during sleep. Symptoms can include anything from loud snoring to night terrors, and in very rare cases it can have life-threatening implications.

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Why do I need a colposcopy examination?

09 Jul 2019

You may know what a colposcopy is, but you may not know what to expect if you need one.

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What are my options for fibroid treatment?

17 Jun 2019

As many as 1 in 3 women will have fibroids at some point in their life and yet many people still have questions around cause, diagnosis and cure.

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Preparing your daughter for her first gynaecologist appointment

14 Jun 2019

We talk to Dr Christilla Nevi, a gynaecologist at our clinic, about her holistic approach to adolescent wellbeing, paediatric gynaecology, and how to decide when to make an appointment for your daughter.

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Pregnancy and PCOS

13 May 2019

Many women who have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) find it hard to conceive, because often their ovaries don’t regularly release eggs. When a woman does not ovulate during her monthly cycle, there is no window for conception.  

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What is vulvodynia?

03 May 2019

Recent research suggests that up to 1 in 6 women will have vulvodynia at some point in their lives. So why does the painful condition often go undiagnosed?

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