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13th February 2019

Pregnancy & Air Travel: Is Meghan Too Pregnant to Travel?

Women are often advised not to take air travel late in their pregnancy, Mr Pisal speaks to the Daily Express regarding The Duchess of Sussex’s...

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1st February 2019

Three Quarters of Women Uncomfortable During Sex

According to a study commissioned by Durex that investigated sexual discomfort in more than 1200 UK adults, approximate 73% of women claimed some discomfort during...

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The Seven Day Break
31st January 2019

The Seven Day Break

Taking the pill is currently the most popular method of birth control in the UK, with 41% of women taking it according to healthcare and...

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31st January 2019

Adverse Weather Conditions

Despite the adverse weather conditions our clinics are open as normal.  We advise all patients who have an appointment to allow more time for their journey.

Consultant Gynaecologist Miss Heather Evans Joins the London Gynaecology Team
16th January 2019

Consultant Gynaecologist Miss Heather Evans Joins the London Gynaecology Team

We are delighted to announce that Miss Heather Evans is joining the London Gynaecology team.  An experienced consultant gynaecologist, Miss Evans qualified in 2002 at...

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7th January 2019

Hormones & The Menstrual Cycle

Consultant Gynaecologist Narendra Pisal explains how your hormones change at each stage of the menstrual cycle, and what symptoms might affect you as a result. The...

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16th December 2018

Painful Periods

Sometimes there isn’t a reason why some women have more painful periods than others, but often there is. And even if everything is normal, we...

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14th December 2018

What is a ‘normal’ period?

There’s no such thing as a ‘normal’ period, but there are rough parameters we can use as a reference point. In the article below, Consultant...

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10th December 2018

The 6 key pregnancy hormones

There are 6 key pregnancy hormones, which contribute to the emotional and physiological changes women tend to experience when pregnant. In this article, Consultant Gynaecologist...

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