The Problem With Transvaginal Mesh Implants For Pelvic Organ Prolapse

The Problem With Transvaginal Mesh Implants For Pelvic Organ Prolapse

28 April 2017

It was recently reported that more than 800 women in the UK are pursuing legal action against the NHS and the manufacturers of vaginal mesh implants. Find out why this procedure is associated with major complications and why, as a gynaecological clinic,  we do not endorse the usage of synthetic mesh for the treatment of vaginal prolapse.
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Why STI Partner Notification is Important

Why STI Partner Notification is Important

31 March 2017

Contracting a sexually transmitted disease can be an emotional and distressing time for anyone. It is understandable that you may feel embarrassed and not want to openly talk about it. However, in order to help prevent the further spread of infection, informing past sexual partners  of exposure is crucial.
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A “Game Changing” Laser Treatment for Vaginal Atrophy

A “Game Changing” Laser Treatment for Vaginal Atrophy

23 March 2017

Vaginal atrophy is a condition affecting many women, causing a number of symptoms including soreness, itching, pain during intercourse and frequent water infections. With traditional treatment carrying a higher number of risks, the introduction of a new laser therapy treatment named MonaLisa Touch® is a welcome development. This treatment restores the normal functionality of the vagina by stimulating the re-production of collagen.  
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The Advantages of Seeking Private Medical Care

The Advantages of Seeking Private Medical Care

22 March 2017

With continuing NHS cuts, private healthcare is in growing demand. We work closely with a number of private medical practices across Central and South West London. Seek the best care from some of our esteemed counterparts.
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Why Regular Cervical Smear Tests Are Important

Why Regular Cervical Smear Tests Are Important

17 March 2017

If you are a woman over the age of 25, you will most likely have been invited to take a cervical screening test, otherwise known as the smear test. These tests are carried out to determine whether any abnormal cells are present in a woman’s cervix.  
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The First Online Fertility Clinic – IVF Matters

The First Online Fertility Clinic – IVF Matters

21 February 2017

One area where you may need lots of appointments and tests is fertility treatment as this normally starts with a consultation then various tests before moving onto treatments and further consultations. One highly respected fertility consultant, Dr Irfana Koita, has addressed this problem by creating an online fertility clinic.    
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