Suite A, 117A Harley St, Marylebone,
London W1G 6AT, UK
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Sat : 10 am to 3 pm
Expert gynaecology care is what we are all about at the Gynaecology Clinic. We are one of the leading healthcare providers in London. With a full range of healthcare services, administered by our gynaecology specialists alongside experienced medical team and state-of-the-art medical facilities, you can be sure of reliable health care.
Health issues like STIs and STDs have a colossal effect on your health if neglected. Our specialists are working tirelessly to ensure that your health is restored to normalcy in the event of contracting any infectious disease. We conduct a full body examination to check for possible signs of sexually transmitted diseases.
Your health as a woman is vital. Sometimes, you might have contracted a disease without knowing, which is why you need to undertake colposcopy through the help of our experienced gynaecology specialist.
This is a medical procedure to carefully examine your cervix, vagina, and vulva for signs of diseases. During colposcopy, a special instrument called a colposcope is used. We recommend colposcopy if your Pap test result is abnormal. If our medical team detect any unusual area of cells during this procedure, a sample of tissue will be collected for biopsy (laboratory testing).
What you feel during a biopsy depends on the type of tissue collected. A vaginal or cervical biopsy comes with varying experiences, but in all, we are careful not to cause you so much pain. This procedure is carried out in the shortest possible time.
Colposcopy can be used to diagnose:
You may be experiencing some changes in your genitals that are confusing. To be on the safe side, you’ll need to reach out to us through a call or via mail in order to schedule a session with our experts and undergo colposcopy. This is done in order to be sure of what is wrong with you and treat it immediately.
Colposcopy is a safe procedure that poses little to no risk. With our experienced gynaecology specialists, you can be guaranteed you are in safe hands. Rarely, complications from biopsies taken during colposcopy can occur; it includes:
You need to call our doctors if you experience the following after a colposcopy:
We recommend that when preparing for colposcopy, you should:
While waiting for your colposcopy exams, you may generally feel uncomfortable due to anxiety, so we urge you to relax.
The result of your colposcopy will determine whether you will need any further testing and treatment.
If you have any further questions regarding colposcopy or want to book an appointment, you can give us a call or pay a visit to our clinic. Your health is vital to us.