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What does the colour of your period blood say about your health

What Does Colour of your Period say About your Health Condition

For most utmost women, menstruation starts between ages 12 and 15. In general, women tend to have periods for every 21-35 days. Periods have become part of the menstrual cycle where we bleed from our vagina for 3 to 5 days typically. At some of the point in every women’s life, there will be probably declared that your period is in the actual worst stage. 

In this blog, we will discuss on the colour of the blood during menstruation that says the health condition. What if when your blood is not red? If the blood is pink, black, brown, are you freaking out? Here are the listed colours of blood which mean the health condition.

What if your period blood is grey?

As per MedicalNewsToday, Grey colour blood discharge is a sign of bacterial vaginosis infection which befalls due to an irregularity in helpful and unhelpful bacteria in the vagina. Some symptoms of bacterial vaginosis are: 

  • Pain and burning during urination
  • Fishy vaginal odour 
  • Itching in and around the vagina

What if your period blood is Orange?

 Orange period blood is a sign of period blood mixed with cervical fluids says Healthline. Bright orange menstrual blood can also be an indication of an infection which is an early sign. If it is a vaginal infection, the blood colour will change that smell little funky. The infection may be from bacterial or sexually transmitted infections. 

What if your period blood is Black?

Black blood during your periods is just because of blood that has been for a long time in your body. Cosmopolitan says that the black blood is usually seen at the end of the periods. Some women may tend to see black blood at the very beginning of their periods when the wall of your uterus is beginning to burst down. If you use the hormonal birth pills, you might experience dark spotting mid-cycle due to a thinner uterine lining.

What if your period blood is bright red?

Bright blood says healthy and regular periods which means that everything is working perfectly. It also means that the blood is fresh and flowing quickly, which is good news. 

What if your period blood is pink?

If your period blood is pink in colour at the beginning or the end of your period, especially if you are spotting. This punk blood is due to the blood id mixed with your cervical fluid, creating a lighter shade. Pink blood may also be the indication of the low level of estrogen, especially if it is accompanied by lighter than usual flow or if you work out a lot. Studies also say that a lot of exercises can lower estrogen levels which can be messed with your periods. It is ubiquitous for female athletes to stop ovulating. 

What if your period blood is Whitish pink?

Whiteish pink period blood is not a good sign as it is the symptom of anaemia. If you are experiencing lighter white periods than regular periods, then it is advisable to consultant private gynaecologist. 


The blood colours mentioned above colours are usually nothing to concern, however, if you are worried about the colour of period blood, smell changes, cycle length or pains be sure to have a check-up with your private consultant gynaecologist to make sure everything is well and good. 

Still, you have many doubts about your health condition, you can consult to Mrs Sarah Hussain, the leading private consultant gynaecologist in London. She has huge experience in treating women with gynae problems. Book an appointment now.

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Advantages of Vagina Rejuvenation with Gynaecologist - Sarah Hussain

Advantages of Vagina Rejuvenation with Gynaecologist – Sarah Hussain

Mrs Sarah Hussain offers Cosmetic Gynaecologist treatments which give a range of perks to women with a diversity of needs and reasons back their decision to experience the procedures. Every treatment she offers allows women to undergo vaginal rejuvenation. There are many advantages to the procedures performed by our highly-qualified, professional Private Gynaecologist in London. Let get into the topic:

Different types of Vaginal rejuvenation procedures

Vaginal rejuvenation for each woman may differ, so we have a wide range of treatments for our patients to opt depending on their individual circumstances. The following are the procedures that produce results vaginal rejuvenation: 

  • THERMIva
  • Hymenoplasty
  • Labiaplasty
  • Hoodectomy
  • Vaginoplasty
  • Vaginal Tightening

Some of these above treatments can be connected so that women can endure an improved vaginal rejuvenation when compared to undergoing just one treatment. Causes to undergo these surgeries can differ from women experiencing both physical improvements once the vaginal rejuvenation procedure is done.

Non-Invasive Treatments

Many surgeries that we offer fulfil the treatment of vaginal rejuvenation via intricate, delicate surgeries. And we well know that some women prefer to undergo non-invasive procedures. The one that belongs to this category is THERMIva. Because of technological enhancements and a state of the art temperature controlled radiofrequency system, we do treatment without any surgery. The benefits of non-invasive treatments are that there is no downtime and the general treatment time is considerably less than those that need the patient to undergo general anaesthetic prior to the surgical procedure. No surgical treatment achieve vaginal rejuvenation by promoting the stimulation of collagen within muscle and skin tissues. 

Visual and medical improvements

Vaginal rejuvenation means many things. Women can rejuvenate both the way their vagina looks and feels and also the way it functions. The treatments we offer not only improve the general aesthetics and symmetry of the way the vagina looks but the services Mrs Sarah Hussain provides improvements in the following functional areas such as:

  • Vaginal dysfunction
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Vaginal laxity

If you are looking for the best private female gynaecologist to book a consultation feel free to reach us at 0207 616 7693. We can provide the answers to any questions and queries that you have. 

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Eating Disorders and PCOS Connection

Eating Disorders and PCOS Connection

It is not common to hear women with PCOS(Polycystic ovary syndrome) complain of intense and frequently required food carvings daily. Will not satisfied until they have indulged their sweet tooth. Sometimes these carvings can turn into an episode of eating disorder or loss of control with food only to feel upset with themselves right after.

Here in the article, we will see what women with PCOS should know about an eating disorder.

What is an Eating Disorder?

Eating Disorder is something more than overeating which is a distinct medical condition identified by the American Psychiatric Association that is placed in the newest edition of the diagnostic and statistical manual of disorders, eating disorder is a most common eating disorder affecting an estimated 2.8 million US adults.

Symptoms of Eating Disorder

  • Frequently having more food than most adults would in similar timing and in similar circumstances. 
  • eating disorder disorders may include three of the following:
    • Eating much fast
    • Eating away feeling full
    • Eating much when not hungry
    • Eating secretly to hide the quantity being eaten
    • Feeling fearful after an eating
    • Feeling very upset by overeating
  • Overeating at least twice a week for three months
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Low self-esteem
  • Negative body image
  • Eating disorders

A private gynaecologist most commonly diagnoses PCOS. The consultant gynaeologist will usually assess menstrual patterns and acne.  Some type of tests is conducted to measure the hormone levels, glucose tolerance, fasting insulin levels and related markers.

Eating disorders and PCOS connection

The development of eating behaviour in women with PCOS is not that much surprise. There are many symptoms with PCOS face such as acne, thinning hair, extreme hair growth and weight gain can have a direct impact on their body image and self-esteem and may cause to the development of disorders that include eating disorder. 

Many women with PCOS are disappointed with their diagnosis that is associated with higher weights and predisposition to weight gain. So women with PCOS are often recommended to diet. The symptoms of depression and negative body image connected with several aspects of PCOS like unnecessary facial hair or overweight can add to the urge to diet. 

PCOS is considered to affect up to 18 % of reproductive-aged women. The prevalence of eating complications appears to be higher than among the general population. Women with PCOS described a high incidence of overall eating disorders vs the prevalence among women without PCOS  

Getting treatment for PCOS and eating disorder

Treating PCOS is often treated in an uncoordinated manner with different specialist treating each aspect of the disease. Gynaecologists are generally involved in the treatment of PCOS. People with PCOS may also have an internist for common non-PCOS related medical care.  

In case of a combined diagnosis of PCOS and an eating disorder, there is a better recommendation to concern the private gynaecologist along with dietitian and therapist experienced in treating both eating disorders and PCOS.

If you are facing PCOS and are experiencing symptoms of eating disorders, it’s essential to let your private gynaecologist know and to seek help for your eating problems and PCOS disorders can be fully resolved and managed adequately.

Mrs Sarah Hussain the leading private gynaeologist have the ability to treat PCOS and eating disorder condition of a woman. Book an appointment now.

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Common gynaecology problems in women

Common Gynaecological Problems That Women Faces

Who doesn’t like to maintain good personal hygiene, but sometimes gynaecological issues pop up like an unwanted guest. Some common disorders include ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, endometriosis and many more. Gynaecological disorders affect the reproductive organs such as ovaries, fallopian tubes, external genitalia and breasts of a woman. Even it may affect body sexual functions too. Therefore it is vital to acknowledge the symptoms and act promptly to avoid the complications.  Let us build your general awareness by considering some common gynaecological issues.

Most common Gynaecological disorders

  • PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: Woman with this condition may have prolonged or infrequent menstrual cycles. This may also have an increased amount of androgen in women, a male hormone in her body. At this condition, many follicles may appear on the ovaries, which may cause hindrance in releasing the egg. 
    • Causes: One of the most common causes of PCOS is excessive levels of Androgen in the body, genetic causes or because of excess insulin in the body.
    • Symptoms: Woman with PCOS may experience abdominal obesity, acne, even become prone to diabetes, may experience menstrual abnormality or may face infertility issues.
    • Treatment: Doing exercise and yoga to reduce weight will be helpful. Medicines will be prescribed based on the symptoms. 
  • Dysmenorrhoea or painful periods: Pain during the menstrual cycle is called dysmenorrhoea or painful periods. This condition is further divided into two categories primary and secondary dysmenorrhoea. The primary dysmenorrhoea is associated with no pelvic disorders, and secondary dysmenorrhoea is associated with underlying pelvic disorders.
    • Causes: Prostaglandins is the major cause of primary dysmenorrhoea and fibroids, endometriosis or adenomyosis is the cause for secondary dysmenorrhoea.
    • Symptoms: The primary symptom is women may feel intense abdominal cramping and pain, even there will pian in lower back too.
    • Treatment: Based on the dysmenorrhoea the treatment will be given. The doctor will prescribe painkillers to relieve the pain.
  • Fibroids: These are muscular tumours that form inside the woman’s uterus. These muscular tumours are rarely cancerous and vary in location, size and shape.
    • Causes: When hormones or genetics play havoc may result in fibroids.
    • Symptoms: Will have heavy periods and also have pressure in the lower abdomen, bleeding in between your cycles or pain during sexual intercourse.
    • Treatment: The treatment will depend on the severity of the condition and age of the patient. Most of the cases your doctor may recommend surgery. 
  • Endometriosis: When the uterine lining grows outside the uterus or on the other parts may cause this condition.
    • Causes: A woman encounters this problem due to hormonal disturbances, genetic factors, menstrual flow issues or immune system problems. 
    • Symptoms: The symptoms include painful menstrual cramps, spotting between the menstrual cycle or digestive troubles.
    • Treatment: Depending on the severity the doctor will recommend surgery or hormonal therapies, or painkiller medicines.
  • Vaginitis: Women in her reproductive phase may experience this issue which is featured by inflammation in the vagina.
    • Causes: Vaginitis causes due to sexual intercourse, infection, medication, taking antibiotic, hormonal changes or by using spermicidal creams. 
    • Symptoms: Woman with vaginitis will have pain during pee, itching vagina, irritation, Smell foul in vaginal discharge.
    • Treatment: Your private gynaecologist may prescribe pills, gel or cream.
  • Pelvic Inflammatory disease: In the upper genital tract organ generally this problem occurs which also include pelvic peritoneum, uterus, fallopian tubes, and other parts. 
    • Causes: In general this may occur when the women have multiple sexual partners.
    • Symptoms: Symptoms such as Lower abdominal pain, fever, abnormal vaginal discharge, pain during sexual discharge, vaginal bleeding.
    • Treatment: For this, there will be a course of antibiotic medicines.

A regular visit to your private gynaecologist will make sure that you have better health. Even you ensure that you maintain a healthy lifestyle by having a healthy diet, drinking sufficient water, exercising regularly and also by following safe sex.  

Mrs Sarah Hussain is the leading private gynaecologist in London who deals with the gynea problems. Are you facing any of the gynaecological issues, then book an appointment now. 

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Many Women will be diagnosed with Gynecologic Cancers Annually

Many Women will be Diagnosed with Gynecologic Cancers Annually

What are Gynaecological cancers?

Cancer is often called silent killers; Gynae cancers are uncontrolled cancer and then spreads to abnormal cells that have begun from the reproductive organs. Some of the gynae cancers include cervical cancer, vaginal cancer and vulvar cancers, gestational trophoblastic disease(GTD), ovarian, uterine/endometrial and primary peritoneal cancers. 

Do these cancers preventive? 

These cancers can be identified in the early stages by regular self-examinations and screenings, providing the best way to give the best treatment. Always be aware of your family history for the chances that there is a gene that makes you more likely to grow cancer. Lifestyle preferences like diet and exercise will play a vital role in stopping cancer. 

If you have any doubts or are bothered about something that is happening to you, then its time to see the best private gynaecologist in London.

Cervix Cancer 

Cervical cancer is the other most common cause of cancer death in women worldwide. There are two primary cervical cancers: squamous and glandular. Changes in either of these types of cells can result in cervical cancer.  

Cervical cancer symptoms

The symptoms will not be recognised until the cells have turned into cancer cells and have penetrated the deepest parts of the cervix or any of the other pelvic organs. 

Common symptoms involve in cervical cancer

  • Vaginal discharge
  • Bleeding abnormally from the vagina
  • Vaginal odour
  • Experiencing pain
  • Bleeding after sexual intercourse

Cervical cancer Prevention 

Continuous screening and a precautionary vaccination can help to get out of this condition early or prevent it completely. A persistent HPV infection creates most of all cervical cancers. Hence, giving the vaccination to young girls before they are sexually active is an important preventive method of pre-cancer and cancer. Screening for HPV virus by smear test or any other signs of cervical cancer is crucial for early detection. 

If you have any concerns about cervical cancer or any other gynaecologic cancer, it would be better to speak to the best private gynaecologist in London, regarding your gynaecologist health. We provide you, fast gynaecologist consultation and treatment to put your mind at rest and let you get on with your life.

Mrs Sarah Hussain is a leading private gynaecologist in London who handle all the gynic related issues. Book appointment now.

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