London Gynecologist

London Gynecologist


A gynecologist (doctor) is a specialist who provides medical care for a woman-girl of all ages. Its task is to treat, prevent and treat female genital diseases. It helps women in the treatment of infertility, and heals female reproductive system diseases. He deals with menstrual disorders, contraception, infertility and reproductive system cancers. Doctors who have chosen a specialization in gynecology simultaneously acquire knowledge in the field of obstetrics, so they are able to pick up a delivery, take care of the newborn baby and the woman giving birth immediately after delivery. A gynecologist must be responsible, patient and focused on the patient's best interests. He should have the ability to approach the patient, as well as sensitivity and sensitivity during examination and diagnosis.

 

Gynecologists in London

Below is a list of gynecologists

  1. Gynae Clinic - Privacy Gynaecologist London, Ground Floor, 117a Harley St, Marylebone, London W1G 6AT, Phone: 020 7183 1049

  2. Private Gynaecology in St Johns Wood, 60 Grove End Rd, St John's Wood, London NW8 9NH, Phone: 07915 647759

  3. Gynaecology Clinic - Private Gynaecologist London, Suite A, 117A Harley St, Marylebone, London W1G 6AT, Phone: 020 7183 0435

  4. Best Private Gynecologist London, Harley St, Marylebone, London W1G 9QB, Phone: 07915 647759

 

 

What to the gynecologist for?

If a woman notices such diseases, she should not underestimate them and report to the gynecologist quickly. Quick help from a gynecologist can prevent the very dangerous consequences of the disease.

We can enumerate many reproductive system diseases that affect women.

One of the most frequently diagnosed by gynecologists are:

 

Ovarian cancer symptoms

Ovarian cancer is manifested by lower abdominal pain, constipation, bladder pressure and genital bleeding. This disease most often affects mature women, and only 10% affects young up to 30 years of age. Unfortunately, ovarian cancer treatment is difficult and only surgery and chemotherapy can help the patient, of course, if she arrives early in the gynecologist's office.

 

Uterine myoma symptoms

Uterine fibroids are a disease that bothers women aged 35-45. This is not a serious disease if you follow the doctor's instructions and visit his office on the agreed dates. The most common symptoms of myoma are prolonged and heavy menstrual periods, lower abdominal pain and lower back. The risk that myoma from a benign tumor will turn into a malignant one is very small, between 0.1 and 0.8 percent.

 

Epithelial symptoms

Another of many female diseases is cervical erosion. The disease can be easily detected by a gynecologist during a regular examination. However, in order to diagnose it correctly, the doctor must do a cytological examination and based on the result of this examination can assess the type of infection. The cause of cervical erosion may be a fungal or bacterial infection. There may be burning and itching around the vagina, as well as vaginal discharge. There is also bleeding between periods or after sexual intercourse. Your doctor may use pharmacological treatment with tablets or globules or perform a burn-in or freezing procedure for damaged tissue.

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