Women’s Care During COVID-19

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly across the world, and we have tried to put some measures in place to help curtail its spread. Our goal at Gynaecology Clinic is to keep our patients, families, and staff as healthy and safe as possible during this period.

If you have a cough, a fever, or you feel unwell, do not come to the clinic for your routine visit. You can call us to reschedule your appointment, and our staff would be glad to attend to your call for rescheduling.

Our Harley Street women’s clinic will always work with patients to accommodate as many schedules as possible.If you become sick during this period or you have an emergency, please call our office first so we can determine the best way to evaluate you.

Please do not bring children to our office during this period except you are a breastfeeding mother. This is a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of any illness, including the common cold and the flu. Try not to come to the clinic with anyone except it is necessary - endeavour to limit family members to one person during your ultrasound visits.

We advise all our patients to be up to date on all immunisations, including the flu vaccine. Ensure that you wash your hand regularly and you maintain social distancing.

Reach Out For Medical Attention

If you are pregnant and you feel sick, contact your private gynaecologist immediately. Try to manage your stress level and anxiety. Make time to exercise and try to maintain your hobbies. It helps to keep up with friends and family through calls. If you feel sad or overwhelmed, talk to your health care provider.

You can always substitute your in-person visit with a consultation over the phone. Even if your routine has been affected, ensure that you stay healthy by eating well, getting enough sleep, and staying active. You can walk around the house, try a new exercise or get involved in an online yoga class.

Our staff have been trained on our new policies, and we are trying to provide a safe environment for all our patients. Stay healthy and make sure you follow this COVID-19 guidance from women’s care.

Feel free to call us on 020 7183 0435 if you have an emergency.