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Women’s Health

Mr Daniel Leff, Consultant in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery at King Edward VII's Hospital, takes us through all the things you always wanted to know about breast cancer - but were too scared to ask. read more about All the things you wanted to know about breast cancer – but never dared ask
Endometriosis is often described as a silent disease. But for the 10% of British women of reproductive age who suffer with it, this chronic condition is far from silent. We spoke to Holly Patel, a patient who underwent extensive surgery at King Edward VII’s Hospital to help combat her debilitating symptoms and get her life back. read more about Patient stories: living with endometriosis
Endometriosis is a long term gynaecological condition that can cause a range of symptoms, including pelvic pain, especially around the time of a woman’s period. read more about Endometriosis: what is it and how is it treated?
This different and difficult time is bringing a lot of concern to many generations.  Talking about fertility, trying to get pregnant and pregnancy can be particularly stressful.  It can bring along worry, anxiety and loneliness.  We are going into unchartered waters and this, in its own right, brings fear. read more about Pregnancy and early motherhood during Covid-19
Maintaining your overall health and seeking treatment for any health problems that might affect your fertility, may help to increase your chances of conceiving. read more about Help with conceiving: tips for boosting fertility
Going through the menopause can be a testing time and can cause long lasting, unpleasant side effects. For this reason, many women decide to try hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to help manage their menopausal symptoms. read more about HRT and the risk of breast cancer: everything you need to know
Urinary incontinence can be triggered by many different factors such as coughing, sneezing, laughing or moving suddenly as well as being related to an urge or sudden desire to go to the toilet. It can also be caused by certain medical conditions or from damage to the bladder. read more about Urinary incontinence: 5 ways you may be making your symptoms worse
Urinary incontinence can affect both men and women and there are various different types of the condition. read more about Types of urinary incontinence and how to treat them
Endometriosis and adenomyosis both affect the female pelvis but are separate gynaecological conditions with some differing symptoms. read more about Endometriosis or adenomyosis — what’s the difference?
Endometriosis is a common gynaecological condition thought to affect around 1 in 10 women in the UK. read more about How does endometriosis affect fertility?