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Chia Seeds: Laura Southern reveals everything you need to know
14th January 2020

Chia Seeds: Laura Southern reveals everything you need to know

Nutritional Therapist Laura Southern at London Gynaecology reveals everything you need to know about Chia seeds and why you should sprinkle them onto your food (but...

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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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The HRT Shortage
28th August 2019

The HRT Shortage

Many commonly prescribed forms of HRT are out of stock in pharmacies, due to what the Department for Health and Social Care has referred to...

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Talking about Urinary Incontinence
3rd April 2019

Talking about Urinary Incontinence

Female incontinence is very common and up to 40% women suffer from it. In this post, Consultant Gynaecologist Narendra Pisal discusses what can contribute to...

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The Contraceptive Pill: Do I Need To Take The Break?
27th February 2019

The Contraceptive Pill: Do I Need To Take The Break?

In light of the recent news regarding the contraceptive pill, Consultant Gynaecologist Narendra Pisal outlines how he advises his patients at London Gynaecology when it...

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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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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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The Importance of a Healthy BMI When Trying for a Baby
7th February 2018

The Importance of a Healthy BMI When Trying for a Baby

Extra weight can upset the balance of hormones that affect fertility, such as oestrogen and insulin. Mr Pisal talks to Slimming World Magazine about the...

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