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Is Adenomyosis causing your Period Pain?
19th March 2019

Is Adenomyosis causing your Period Pain?

For some women, extremely painful, heavy periods are caused by a lesser-known condition which can have a serious impact on their lives. Adenomyosis is where...

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Adenomyosis
21st February 2019

Adenomyosis

Consultant Gynaecologist Narendra Pisal outlines the condition adenomyosis, explaining its symptoms, the impact it has on women’s lives, and the ways it can be diagnosed...

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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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What Could be Causing Extreme Periods?
21st February 2018

What Could be Causing Extreme Periods?

There could be a number of different reasons why women may experience debilitating menstrual symptoms, such as menorrhagia (flooding), crippling period pain and bleeding between...

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Painful Periods
24th January 2018

Painful Periods

Consultant Gynaecologist Mr Pisal talks to Women’s Health magazine about painful periods and how they could be an indicator of underlying health problems, such as...

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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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Top Women’s Health Questions Answered
21st March 2017

Top Women’s Health Questions Answered

There are some common gynaecology complaints that can touch many women in their lives.  Mr. Pisal explores some most common women’s gynaecological complaints and what they...

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