PIF Categories: Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Find out more about using Mirena and Levosert Hormone coils, small plastic T-shaped devices which sit inside the womb (uterus) and release a type of progesterone hormone called Levonorgesterol. You may […]
A biopsy of the lining of your womb may show that the cells are growing more than would be expected, this is called endometrial hyperplasia. If left untreated, this can […]
You have been given an appointment to attend the Early Pregnancy Unit. This is because you have experienced bleeding or pain in this pregnancy or because you have had complications […]
What is Colposcopy? A colposcopy is a detailed examination of the cervix (neck of the womb) which normally occurs after a patient has had an abnormal smear result. A Colposcope […]
We hope that your stay in hospital has been as pleasant as possible and that you will soon feel better than you did before your operation. Laparoscopic (key hole) surgery […]
What is HyCoSy? HyCoSy, stands for Hystero Contrast Sonography. This test is done to find out if your fallopian tubes are open (patent). It can also help detect some problems […]
Does my weight affect my fertility and chances of having a baby? Your weight, whether too high or too low, can affect your chance of getting pregnant, which is why […]
Find out more about the operation, benefits, risks, recovery and what to expect when you go home.
Find out more about the operation, benefits, risks, recovering from the operation and what to expect when you go home.
Urodynamic studies are designed to show how your bladder is working. Fluid is run into your bladder and the pressure response to filling and emptying your bladder are measured using […]