Archive: Gynaecology Services

Gynaecology Patient Initiated Follow-Up appointments

What is a Patient-Initiated Follow-Up (PIFU) appointment? A patient initiated follow up (PIFU for short) allows you to arrange follow up appointments as and when you need them. This...

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Colposcopy Treatment (Loop Excision) Your Aftercare

What is Colposcopy? Colposcopy is a simple examination that allows the doctor to see the type and area of the abnormality on your cervix. It also lets the Colposcopist...

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Urodynamics Studies (UDS)

When is Urodynamic Study (UDS) necessary? • Before surgery for urinary incontinence with visible vaginal prolapse. • If medical and or conservative treatments fail. • If there has been...

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Vaginal Hysterectomy for Uterine Prolapse and Vaginal Repair

About this leaflet We advise you to take your time to read this leaflet, any questions you have please write them down on the sheet provided (towards the back)...

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Urinary Incontinence

What is it? Urinary incontinence is a common problem, which can cause embarrassment and distress, and is often easily treatable. It can occur at any age, but incidence increases...

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Surgical Management of Miscarriage Under Local Anaesthetic (MVA)

Improving options in miscarriage treatment We are so sorry to hear about your sad loss and offer our condolences at this sad time. To help you through this difficult...

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Surgical Management of Miscarriage (SMOM)

This leaflet is intended to provide some information at this sad time regarding the management of a miscarriage that is not complete. What is an SMOM? Surgical Management of...

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Sacrocolpopexy for Vault Prolapse

What is a vaginal vault prolapse? • Prolapse occurs when the pelvic floor muscles and the vaginal walls are weak. A vaginal vault prolapse is prolapse arising from the...

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Intermittent Self Catheterisation (ISC) Uro Gynaecology

Intermittent self-catheterisation (ISC) is a term used to describe the process of regular catheterisation which you carry out yourself to remove urine from the bladder. It is a safe...

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Post-operative follow up for patients diagnosed with early stage endometrial cancer

You have been recently diagnosed with an early staged endometrial cancer; Grade 1 Stage 1A. Your risk of developing a problem in the future (recurrence) relating to this cancer...

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