Endometriosis can ruin lives – a beautiful clip
Last months, I chaired an international congress on Endometriosis and Minimally Invasive Gynaecology (EMIG) in Iran. We had 23 speakers from all over Europe and 850 delegates, mostly local gynaecologists.
Searching for a Specialist
The times of one doctor dealing with all ‘women’s problems’ are well and truly over. Modern medicine is about specialism. By asking questions, researching and reviewing the evidence you can find the right specialist to help put you on the road to recovery….Read more
7 Reasons to Choose Laparoscopic Surgery Instead of Open Surgery
Many gynaecological operations can be carried out in a minimally invasive way, through the laparoscope, as well as by an open procedure. It is easy to focus on the smaller scars but the differences are much more than skin deep.
So, you’re having a hysterectomy – what should you ask your gynaecologist?
As many as one in five women will have a hysterectomy by the time they reach the age of sixty. But although it’s a common surgical procedure, too many women are often not given the facts and figures they need to make an informed choice about their operation.