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There are many important benefits of seeing a gynaecologist in London, which include:
Your gynecological consultation is a fantastic opportunity to ask questions and receive expert tips and advice regarding your vagina and sexual health. Each visit will give you the confidence and knowledge needed to take charge of your health just as you deserve.
We recommend females who are sexually active and/or over the age of 21 visit a gynaecologist for annual check-ups. You should also visit a gynaecologist in the case of:
In the UK, women are encouraged to have their first cervical smear at the age of 25. If you’re under 25, small abnormalities in the cells are usually a normal occurrence. However, we’re happy to provide a private smear test in London to women of any age.
You should be screened for cervical cancer once every 2-3 years.
The human papilloma virus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted infection that causes most of the cervical cancer cells.
Although abnormal cells are not always cancer, they require treatment before cancer has the chance to develop.
Abnormal pap smears indicate either an infection, abnormal cells, or cervical cancer. The extent of the follow-up investigation required depends on your age and the severity of the abnormality.
Follow-up investigation will tell your Harley Street gynaecologist if the abnormality is going to turn into cervical cancer. You may need treatment to destroy the abnormal cells and decrease your cancer risk.
Please follow your gynaecologist’s advice on how often to have a pap smear regular testing is so important for catching any abnormalities early on before they develop into cancer.
After 35 years of age, a woman’s fertility drops drastically for a number of reasons:
Additionally, being overweight can interfere with your ability to conceive. Women with PCOS may increase their chances of a successful pregnancy by losing weight.
Please call our gynae surgery as soon as possible for advice on emergency contraception. You may need to take the emergency contraceptive pill or be fitted with the copper coil.
You will need to wait at least three weeks for pregnancy to show on a urine test.
It takes at least two weeks after sex for gonorrhoea and chlamydia to show up on a test. However, if you’re experiencing any symptoms sooner than this, please book a consultation with your gynaecologist on Harley Street right away. HIV can be tested for one month following sex, but you should then be tested again after 12 weeks for more accurate results.
STDs are caused by bacteria, parasites, or viruses. Antibiotics can be used to treat and cure a number of STDs, including:
STDs with no current cure include:
Some STDs will naturally clear up on their own over time, namely, most strains of HPV, hepatitis A, and acute strains of hepatitis B & C.
It’s important to be tested for STDs to know what you’re dealing with and begin the appropriate treatment — or of course you may find there’s nothing to worry about at all.
If you would like to book a consultation at Gynae Clinic, or if you have any questions, please get in touch with us today.
Ground Floor, 117A Harley St,
Marylebone, London W1G 6AT, UK