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18th October 2017

Is “Natural” Contraception Right for You?

Consultant gynaecologist Miss Meg Wilson looks at how technology is helping women have a more natural approach to managing their contraception. The idea of a ‘natural’...

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3rd October 2017

Sugar, Not So Sweet For Expectant & New Mums

London Gynaecology’s nutritional therapist Laura Southern, talks to Gurgle magazine about the harmful effects of sugar and why it’s important to limit its intake during...

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29th September 2017

Diagnosing Endometriosis

According to a study by National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), women wait between four and 10 years after first...

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27th September 2017

Secondary Infertility

After conceiving and having their first baby successfully, some couples go on to experience difficulties when trying to add to their family.  This is known as secondary infertility.

Mr Pisal talks to Gurgle magazine about what can cause secondary infertility and how to improve your chances of getting pregnant second time around.  Click here to read the article.

Symptoms Not to Ignore
18th September 2017

Symptoms Not to Ignore

September is gynaecological cancer awareness month and with more than 21,000 women in the UK diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer each year we welcome the opportunity to raise awareness of...

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Why a Cold Shower is Better Than a Hot Bath for Would Be Dads
15th September 2017

Why a Cold Shower is Better Than a Hot Bath for Would Be Dads

Mr Pisal talks to the Daily Mail about reducing heat to the testes and why it’s a good idea for men who are trying to father children to avoid hot baths and sitting with computers on their laps.  Click here to read the article.

15th September 2017

Choosing HPV Vaccination for Your Daughter

In the UK the HPV vaccine is offered to girls in year 8 (age 12 and 13) to protect them against cervical cancer.  In all...

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Common Colposcopy Questions, Answered
12th September 2017

Common Colposcopy Questions, Answered

We see many women every month who need to have a colposcopy.  Often, but not always, they have received an abnormal smear result and have...

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10th August 2017

All About Heavy Periods

The official term for heavy periods is menorrhagia, meaning an above average or prolonged level of bleeding in a menstrual cycle.  Bleeding during an average...

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