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Walk To Work Day
5th April 2019

Walk To Work Day

Today is Walk to Work Day. If you can, why not take this opportunity to put on some trainers and try your commute on foot....

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Smoking and Women’s Health
13th March 2019

Smoking and Women’s Health

On No Smoking Day 2019, Consultant Gynaecologist Narendra Pisal looks at the effect of smoking on women’s health, outlining overall risk levels for gynaecological cancer...

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Happy Pancake Day!
5th March 2019

Happy Pancake Day!

In celebration of Pancake Day, we asked Nutritional Therapist Laura Southern for a delicious and nutritious pancake recipe that you can easily whip up at...

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All About Ovarian Cysts
27th February 2019

All About Ovarian Cysts

Consultant Gynaecologist Narendra Pisal shares some information on the topic of ovarian cysts, discussing types, symptoms and treatment. Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled cysts commonly seen within...

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Adenomyosis
31st January 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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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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16th December 2018

Painful Periods

Consultant Gynaecologist Narendra Pisal explains why some women get painful periods, how to ease the pain, and when to worry it’s something more serious. Sometimes there...

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6th December 2018

Your periods as you get older

Our periods are affected by many factors, from age and body mass index to contraception, pregnancies, breastfeeding and menopause; they change over time. Below, Consultant...

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14th September 2018

Fibroids and Pregnancy

Fibroids are extremely common with approximately 50% of women having fibroids in their lifetime. Fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) growths within the uterine muscle and most...

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