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Coping with PMS & PMDD
30th October 2019

Coping with PMS & PMDD

PMS is something that most women have to manage as best they con, however in some cases the symptoms are so severe the can have...

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28th October 2019

Bartholin’s Cyst Explained

Bartholin’s glands are small, pea-sized glands at the entrance of the vagina, behind the lips (labia minora). Secretions from these glands provide some of the...

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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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18th July 2018

What Makes Good Feminine Hygiene?

Good feminine hygiene is important for overall gynaecological health and with a wide array of products available it can difficult to know what’s best to...

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16th April 2018

Need to Book a Gynaecology Appointment?

We understand that having a medical concern may be worrying and booking an appointment with a private gynaecology clinic may be unfamiliar for many women....

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Raising Awareness of Ovarian Cancer
1st March 2018

Raising Awareness of Ovarian Cancer

Welcome to the London Gynaecology blog! We look forward to being able to share our thoughts, comments and ideas about women’s health on a regular basis. As...

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Laparoscopic Surgery for the Removal of Fibroids
3rd January 2018

Laparoscopic Surgery for the Removal of Fibroids

Fibroids are benign growths within the uterine muscle, and can be very debilitating. Often by the time we see patients they are very symptomatic with...

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6th December 2017

Vaginal Health

Whilst vaginal discharge isn’t something that is often discussed almost every woman has it and with good reason.  Mrs Pisal talks to Women’s Health about...

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Cycling Associated Genital Problems & How to Avoid them
19th July 2017

Cycling Associated Genital Problems & How to Avoid them

Cycling is on the increase, infact the Cycling UK state that cycling has increased steadily since 2008, and over half of journeys are completed within...

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16th May 2017

What’s Normal in Early Pregnancy

If you are reading this blog it is likely that you are either already pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant. Congratulations to those already pregnant...

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