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Understanding the new screening programme and what this means for you
24th January 2020

Understanding the new screening programme and what this means for you

Consultant Gynaecologist & Gynaecological Oncologist Mr Saurabh Phadnis at London Gynaecology helps to clarify the changes and addresses concerns surrounding cervical screening. Mr Phadnis answers...

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Consultant Gynaecologist Julie Bowring Joins The Team
6th September 2019

Consultant Gynaecologist Julie Bowring Joins The Team

Miss Julie Bowring is a Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health at Homerton Hospital, London. She completed her general gynaecological training in North West London...

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Q&A With A Gynaecologist
21st August 2019

Q&A With A Gynaecologist

Consultant Gynaecologist Narendra Pisal answers your questions on periods, PCOS and abnormal smears in Pick Me Up! Read the article here.

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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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7th March 2017

Treating a Cervical Abnormality

Each year at London Gynaecology we see hundreds of women for abnormal smear management and whilst it can often be a worrying time in most...

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