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Frequently Asked Gynae Questions
13th June 2018

Frequently Asked Gynae Questions

Consultant Gynaecologist Mr Pisal answers frequently asked gynaecological questions with Pick Me Up Magazine. From how much discharge is considered normal to painful sex &...

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7th June 2018

Trouble Sleeping During Your Period? 

Many women report feeling more tired or lethargic when they are on their period, consultant in sleep medicine and anaesthesia, Dr Sara McNeillis, discusses why...

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24th May 2018

Staying on Top of Your Sexual Health

We often only focus on our sexual health when something appears wrong or at distinct moments of change such as embarking on a new relationship....

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24th April 2018

Things You Should Know About PCOS

PCOS, a condition affecting 5-10% of women, however is greatly misunderstood.  Consultant Gynaecologists Miss Wilson and Mr Pisal speak to i Newspaper about the causes,...

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Over £13,500 Raised for Charity
23rd April 2018

Over £13,500 Raised for Charity

Consultant Gynaecologist Mr Pisal completed the 2018 London Marathon in an impressive 4 hours and 9 minutes. It was a spectacular day for both runners...

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All About Fibroids
23rd April 2018

All About Fibroids

50% of women have fibroids by the age of 50. Consultant Gynaecologist Mr Pisal spoke to Women’s Health about the signs, symptoms and risks of fibroids....

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20th April 2018

Considering a Coil for Contraception?

The contraceptive coil is a small device which sits inside the womb to prevent pregnancy. Coils have been used by women for many decades and...

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19th April 2018

Marathon Fundraising Effort

On Sunday Mr Pisal is running the London Marathon raising money for The Whittington Hospital, donations have already exceeded £4,000 and as London Gynaecology will match every donation, that makes an astonishing £8,000 before the race has even begun.

Thank you to all patients, colleagues and friends who have supported this cause.  If you wish to donate and help improve endometrial cancer diagnosis, please click here.

You Can Still Get Pregnant on Your Period
17th April 2018

You Can Still Get Pregnant on Your Period

A recent survey revealed that many women think that being on their period protects them against pregnancy and from catching a sexually transmitted infection. Consultant...

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