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Gynaecologist in London

A visit to a gynaecologist is recommended for annual screening and at any time a woman has concerns about symptoms such as vaginal pain, discharge, abnormal bleeding.

Most women know they should see an obstetrician/gynecologist (OB/GYN) at some point in their lives in order to maintain good feminine health. However, it can be challenging to get over fears, anxieties or misconceptions about going to gynecologist, while in fact it feels good to know that we are staying on top our health. There are several reasons to see a gynecologist and put your mind at ease.

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General Gynecological Health

Yearly appointments should be on every woman’s calendar. An annual gynecologic exam is a routine checkup/screening tests to ensure that you are healthy inside and out, It is one the most empowering things you can do for yourself because it can help detect certain health problems and prevent future one from developing, to be confident of your health and wellness at any stage of your life. When it comes to problems, early detection is often critical to successful treatment. For those ladies with family history of hereditary Gynaecological condition (Breast Ca genes BRCA1, BRCA2), they would require more wider assessment, specific screening tests & counseling about the timed surveillance plan.

Family planning and birth control

Family planning provides services for women who seek birth control options, management of unintended and abnormal pregnancies, and contraception for women with complex medical problems. it includes coil insertion (IUCD), implant insertion/ removal, counselling on recurrent early pregnancy failure and comprehensive prepregnancy care.

Pelvic Exam

Having a yearly pelvic exam can help detect unusual growths or other changes that may have developed, along with testing possible signs of ovarian cysts and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). A pelvic exam is a way to check any signs of illness in the pelvic area which involve the vulva, uterus, cervix, fallopian tube, ovaries, bladder and rectum. Women with issues such as abnormal discharge, menstrual disorders or perimenopause should definitely be seen as soon as possible.

Irregular Menstrual Cycle

The average menstrual cycle lasts 28days, although it is normal for it to be a bit shorter of longer than this, however, an irregular period can be a sign of a larger health problem. Normal menstrual bleeding lasts about five days, women should report any sign of heavy bleeding during or after menstrual cycle, bleeding after sexual intercourse or bleeding after they have reached menopause. Therefore, it’s important that you see a gynecologist to obtain an exam.

Pap Smear (cervical cancer screening)

A Pap smear (Cervical Smear test) is a procedure to screen for cervical cancer in women which should be part of their annual gynecological exam. This test involves collecting superficial cells from the cervix- (the neck of the womb) at top of the vagina and to be examined cytologically for premalignant cells or other abnormal indicators (like HPV infection etc). Early detection of cervical cancer cells means early diagnosis & early treatment that gives the patient a greater chance of complete cure.

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Doctor Nadia Yousri is Triple Qualified OB&GY Surgeon (FRCOG, MRCOG, PhD in OB&GY, Master Degree in OB&GY, DFSRH) is a highly qualified & experienced Obstetrician, Gynaecologist, Fertility, Sexual Wellness, Aesthetic Gynaecology & Regenerative Medicine Specialist Consultant. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of OB&GY- London since 2009. Her higher qualifications include PhD in OB&GY & Master degree in OB&GY & DFFP & University Lecturer Degree.

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