The Park HospitalSherwood Lodge Drive, Burntstump Country Park Arnold, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG5 8RX Directions
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We work with a team of highly experienced private Gynaecologists who provide a range of women's health treatments and procedures
The Consultant Gynaecologists at The Park Hospital see women aged 16+ for all gynaecological symptoms and conditions. Some of the reasons you may book a private Gynaecology consultation include:
If you have one or more of these symptoms or conditions listed above, it is sensible to see a specialist for expert help. We can help you to access the support you need without delay.
There are a number of conditions that can cause the symptoms listed above. Common gynaecological conditions include:
Many types of surgery for gynaecological problems can be done by laparoscopy (keyhole surgery). This minimally invasive surgery provides an excellent view inside the abdomen and allows treatments such as hysterectomies or removal of ovarian cysts to be carried out. With only very small cuts being used, laparoscopic surgery often results in less pain and bleeding, minimal scarring, a shorter hospital stay and a faster recovery.
Similarly, hysteroscopy may be used to examine the womb (uterus). A hysteroscope is passed into the womb through the vagina and cervix, avoiding the need for any incisions (cuts). Small operations can also be carried out with hysteroscopy, including removal of endometrial polyps and endometrial ablation, which is one of the treatments for heavy periods.
Not all surgery can be done laparoscopically, and open surgery may be required for some conditions.
Urinary incontinence is a common problem amongst women and there are various treatments available, including physiotherapy, oral medication and sometimes surgery.
Different medicines are available to help reduce heavy periods or to shrink uterine fibroids. Surgery to remove the fibroids may be an option.
Depending on the severity of symptoms, pelvic organ prolapse may be treated with pelvic floor exercises, physiotherapy, vaginal pessaries or surgery.
Microscope-assisted reversal of sterilisation can restore fertility if you have previously had a sterilisation operation.
Menopausal symptoms can be incredibly varied, and treatment may involve hormone replacement therapy (HRT), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dietary changes and exercise.
Early investigations for fertility concerns can be carried out at the hospital, but we will refer you to a fertility service outside the hospital for further help where appropriate.
They may need to carry out a physical examination of your pelvis and abdomen and may take swabs.
It may be that this is all this is needed to make a diagnosis, in which case treatment can begin right away with either a prescription or referral to another speciality like Physiotherapy.
In other cases, you may be referred for further investigations, which could include:
Once the results of any investigations are back, you will meet with you consultant to discuss them and to explore treatment options.
If surgery is needed, this will be arranged by your consultant. Should the surgery you require be out of their field of expertise, they will refer you to a colleague who specialises in that area.
We treat private medically insured and self-pay patients. While many of them are from Nottingham itself, excellent travel links also make it easy to visit us from Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire.
You can self-refer, and we also receive many referrals from GPs and other specialists like gastroenterologists and urologists.
We believe that you will not find a better place to come for comprehensive investigation, diagnosis, treatment and ongoing support than The Park Hospital. Here’s why:
Whatever symptoms or condition you are struggling with, our experienced Consultant Gynaecologists will make sure you receive the most effective, evidence-based treatment for your specific condition. We very much look forward to welcoming you to The Park Hospital soon.
Book an appointment online today.