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What is hymenoplasty?

Undergoing surgery to repair the Hymen is usually known as Hymenoplasty. Our female consultant London Gynaecologist provide specialist treatment for women and this form of cosmetic gynaecology is done in a delicate manner to raise the morale of woman in need of hymen repair. Hymenoplasty repairs a torn hymen and it is a painless method that women experience for various reasons. 

Why hymenoplasty?

The hymen is a thick layer that encloses the vaginal opening and allows the discharge of menstrual blood. It is the physical and psychological benefit to women. By hymen reconstruction, a woman can serve from reconstructed virginity, although sexual activity may not always be the cause why hymen is torn. Vigorous physical activities such as horse riding or gymnastics or the insertion of a tampon have also been known to reason the hymen to tear. 

Mrs Sarah Hussain is the leading consultant gynaecologist who specialises in intricate and discrete gynaecological surgeries in hymenoplasty having huge experience. 

What is the hymenoplasty procedure?

The procedure will depend on the size of the tear. If it is the tissue ends slightly cut, then re-stitching is performed to allow the hymen to naturally heal. This, still, will not be possible if the hymen is fully torn. If that is the case then the cut, the damaged membrane must be removed before a new hymen created out of tissue in the vagina lip. This will compete with the hymen in its original, unbroken condition and will, therefore, bleed if torn again. A painless treatment which usually takes about an hour of surgery requires only one visit to the female gynaecologist. 

To discuss on hymenoplasty and to book a consultation at our private gynaecologist, please contact us by calling 02076167693 | 07973500594. Our consultant gynaecologist will be more than happy to answer any question or queries you have regarding hymenoplasty. 

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FIVE WAYS TO IMPROVE URINARY INCONTINENCE

Five Ways To Improve Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is the one problem that is to be considered as a highly personal and sometimes may be considered as a problematic issue. Most of the women find it challenging to discuss with their doctor. However, it is a prevalent condition that affects millions of people across the country. Still, there are several ways to manage the problem effectively.

Here in this, we will discuss five ways to follow to improve your bladder control by contacting our private female consultant gynaecologist Mrs Sarah Hussain.

How to improve female Urine incontinence issues?

  • Do regular pelvic floor exercises: Organs in the pelvic includes the bladder, bowel and uterus that are supported by pelvic floor muscles. If these muscles are weekend, they become less effective, and bladder leakage is much more likely to occur. For this, the Kegels are the best pelvic floor exercises that are designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, and they are an amazingly easy way to increase female urine incontinence. 
  • Limit your caffeine and alcohol intake: Alcohol and Caffeine are both useful diuretics which boosts your body to generate more urine and may exacerbate urinary incontinence. It is the best practice to limit your intake as much as possible. Drinking too many liquids can also increase the likelihood of bladder leakage. Try to maintain the recommended 6 to 8 glasses of water.
  • Retain your bladder: You will visit the bathroom regularly if you have urinary incontinence to avoid accidental urine. Still, habituating to this may make the problem worse. Your bladder will hold less urine, and over time, it can become more overactive than it was. To improve female incontinence, you need to schedule your bathroom visits to retain your bladder control. If you feel any urgency to urinate try to delay your loo by 5 minutes.
  • Join the yoga classes: Joining yoga classes will be a fantastic way to reduce the symptoms of urinary incontinence. Practising certain poses like hook lying with block, reclining bound angle and legs up the wall will steadily strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and hence help you to retrieve control of the bladder.
  • Consult your female gynaecologist: Even if you feel embarrassed to discuss your bladder incontinence with your female gynaecologist, it very necessary to contact your consultant gynaecologist. They will offer you the effective urinary incontinence treatments which will reduce your symptoms and help you manage with urinary incontinence.

Mrs Sarah Hussain the leading consultant gynaecologist offers world-class treatment for urinary incontinence. Feel free to consult our urogynaecologists either give us call today on  02076167693 or 07973500594 to fill our online form and we will return as soon as possible.

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What Colour of Vaginal Discharge Mean to Gynaecologist

What Colour of Vaginal Discharge Mean to Gynaecologist

What does normal vaginal discharge look like?

Most of the times in a month, vagina discharge is clear or white and watery or slightly sticky. The vaginal discharge will be thicker and more like mucous when a woman ovulates. All these are normal conditions. Many women undergo bloody brown or brown vaginal discharge at the end of their periods or right after their menstrual cycle ends, which is considered as a health condition.

What causes abnormal vaginal discharge?

Here is the list of common causes of abnormal vaginal discharge are as follows:

  • Trichomoniasis
  • Bacterial Vaginosis
  • Pelvic Floor Disorder
  • Yeast Infection
  • Human Papillomavirus
  • Cervical Cancer
  • Menopause
  • A forgotten tampon 

Some of these are uncomfortable but relatively harmless. Others such as STDs can spread to reproductive organs or even to the sexual partners.

What does abnormal vaginal discharge look like?

At some time, the vaginal discharge looks or smell different than normal. Even if it becomes heavier than usual for no apparent reason, this may be the indication for an infection or other problem. Also, there is pain, itching or inflammation accompanies a change in vaginal discharge characteristics. The vaginal discharge will become thick and white, chunky, yellow, green or have a foul or fishy odour. These symptoms may be the sign for the problem and must consult your private gynaecologist. 

What actually causes normal vaginal discharge?

Vaginal discharge is normal for most women. In some woman, they have discharge every day while some may have at the time under certain circumstances. For many women, there will be increased discharge after exercise, even when they use birth contra pills, and also when they are sexually aroused or when under stress. A normal discharge consists of cells and fluids from the uterus and vagina. This keeps tissues in the vagina healthy and lubricated, protected from irritation and infections. The amount of vaginal discharge usually varies throughout a woman’s menstrual cycle. 

When to see consultant gynaecologist about abnormal vaginal discharge?

When you feel there is a change in your vaginal discharge, you can visit your consultant gynaecologist. If you have symptoms such as experiencing yellow, green, thick or cottage cheese-like vaginal discharge, you may consult your private gynaecologist. Even if you smell different odours like fishy or foul smell which indicates the infection in vaginal, then you need to visit the doctor. There is a need to talk to your gynaecologist if you have pain during sexual intercourse, bleeding, spotting, pain in your lower abdomen. Even there are some other symptoms such as fever, fatigue, increased urination or unexplained weight loss accompany changes in your vaginal discharge, then see your consultant gynaecologist immediately.

What are the treatments for abnormal discharge?

For the woman who has abnormal discharge will undergo for the pelvic examination that includes testing the vaginal discharge, which is used to determine the cause of symptoms. The doctor will ask many questions about your symptoms, your sexual activities. If required, you may require your partner get tested for any infection which may be caused because of your partner and also about your menstrual cycles. If need your gynaecologist may send the samples of your discharge to the lab for testing. The doctor may do Pap smear tests to know HPV check-up or cervical cancer if they have concerns about those issues.

Once all these were done, the gynaecologist will come to know the problems, and they wl work with you for determining the treatment. They may suggest you the antibiotics or a yeast infection treatment. If the problems are because of STD, the female gynaecologist will provide treatment for your sexual problems too. The gynaecologist may provide therapy for menopause by giving your vaginal cream that has estrogen. 

If you have any concerns or questions about your vaginal health, please consult our private gynaecologist Mrs Sarah Hussain. We will schedule an appointment and answer any questions, treatment for nay problems that you are facing.

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How to take care Pregnancy people from Coronavirus

How to Take Care Pregnancy Woman from Corona virus?

Covid-19, the virus that has been spread very widely to everyone globally. Recently the WHO labelled Covid-19 a pandemic issue. About the impact of Covid-19 on pregnant woman health and baby health, many of the pregnant women have expressed most concerns. 

Here in this blog, there are many FAQs about the issues caused by the Corona virus to the pregnant ladies.

Pregnancy and the new coronavirus

As everyone knows about widespread of Coronavirus, this spreads through respiratory droplets sent into the air when a person has Covid-19 coughs or sneezes. It may also spread even when a person with Covid-19 touches the surface of any object. 

What is the risk of becoming ill from Covid-19 for a pregnant woman?

The impact on pregnant women is not known much, but as it is a novel virus, the symptoms are likely to mild to moderate. Most of the pregnant ladies are more likely to get symptoms than the general public if infected with Coronavirus. 

What a pregnant woman do protect herself against catching the new coronavirus?

The one and only best things to protect yourself from coronavirus are to practise excellent hand hygiene are by washing your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. The best thing to do is to avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose with your hands. Also, avoid being in group gatherings. Implementing social distancing is essential to limit the spread of the virus. If you have mild cough and cold, it is suggested to stay at home and stop exposure to others. Use tissue or hankey while sneezing and coughing or do it into your elbow to avoid making other sicks. Taking adequate rest also are essential for maintaining the health of your immune system.

Can pregnant woman travel for a babymoon?

The female gynaecologist will suggest you to avoid travelling at this time as the virus spread is full and the uncertainty for travel restrictions.

What if pregnant women have fever or cough and have travelled from an infected country or have been in contact with an infected person?

Once if a pregnant woman has similar symptoms, it is suggested to call your consultant doctor and inform them of the symptoms, travel or contact with the infected person. Never just go directly to your doctor’s place. First, call and know whether you need to go for testing or to come in for evaluation. 

Having a baby shower is safe at this pandemic situation

As this is a joyous occasion. It is recommended to stop group gathering at this pandemic situation. It is also suggested to be the social distance to limit the spread of the virus. 

Apart from this information, you can see for more information about New coronavirus; please visit the Coronavirus Resource centre.

Mrs Sarah Hussain, the leading consultant private gynaecologist, will provide world-class gynae service to women. Book an appointment now. 

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What are the Reasons for Cause of Bleeding Between Periods?

Bleeding between periods is not unusual, but need to go your private gynaecologist if it happens more than once or twice. Even you must meet your consultant gynaecologist if you bleed after having sex. In this blog let’s see what are the reasons for the cause of bleeding between periods?

Let’s start:

What are the reasons for the causes of bleeding between periods?

There are several causes for the bleeding between periods. Some of them are listed in this article:

Hormonal Contraceptives: Hormonal contraceptives are the most common cause of vaginal bleeding. Even if you get irregular bleeding which usually occurs for the first 3 months of using the contraceptive. some of the hormonal contraceptives include:

  • Intrauterine device(IUD)
  • Birth control patch
  • Vaginal Ring
  • Contraceptive pill
  • Contraceptive implant

In case if the bleeding between periods is very heavy or lasts for longer than 3 months, it is advisable to visit a private gynaecologist. Bleeding may happen if a person does not take their hormonal contraception according to the instructions of your private gynaecologist.

Emergency contraception: Taking emergency contraceptive will cause bleeding between periods which applies to both forms such as the morning-after pill and the IUD

Injury: If the tissue of the vagina is damaged it may cause bleeding. This may happen during penetrative sex which is more likely happen when the vagina is dry.

Miscarriage: Bleeding between periods may be the sign of miscarriage. Miscarriage will occur at any time at the time of pregnancy and may happen before a woman is aware that she is pregnant.

Polyps in cervix or vagina: Polyps are small growths that can originate in the uterus or on the cervix wall which is the structure between the vagina and uterus. Sometimes polyps can cause bleeding and may need to remove.

Termination: Women under abortion may have bleeding. Spotting will stop after having an in-clinic procedure or consuming abortion pills. If bleeding is too heavy it is good to visit your consultant gynaecologist.

Certain Cancers: In most cases, the bleeding between periods is not a cause for cancer. Still, vaginal bleeding between periods is the symptom of a certain type of cancer. Cervical cancer can cause to women at any age. May be a cause for uterine or womb cancer.

Menopause: Menopause may occur during the age of 45 to 55. It is confirmed if the women did not have periods for at least one year. Due to this women may have imbalances in hormones and can cause bleeding between periods

Perimenopause: Perimenopause is usually caused due to the changes in the hormone levels which lasts for 10 years. This may some have bleeding

Endometriosis: Chronic conditions will affect the uterus such as endometriosis that causes bleeding or spotting between periods which may cause heavy or painful menstrual periods and cramps during periods.

Being informed of any other symptoms and seeking consultant gynaecologist advice can help to diagnose the bleeding between the periods.

Mrs Sarah Hussain, the leading private gynaecologist offers treatment for bleeding during periods. Book an appointment now.

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