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7 signs that need to consult your private gynaecologist

7 Signs that Need you to Consult your Private Gynaecologist

There are certain moments when you might feel discomfort during intercourse. With so many over the counter medicines that promise to cure nearly every vaginal infection out there, it’s tempting to skip making an appointment with your private gynaecologist. With many regular bodily changes, how can you tell when it’s just a routine variation or a sign that you should call your gynaecologist? There are sure signs to look for that could indicate a need to put a call into your doc.

Top 7 Signs that you Need to Consult your Private Gynaecologist

  • Having itching in vaginal

               Discharge changes or itching can be signs of an infection such as yeast infection namely Torres, while you can get treat yeast infections over the counter. If you have any worries, it would be better to have a look at your doctor.

  • Menstrual cycle changes

               Plenty of reasons may cause a change in your menstrual cycle, which are mostly related to hormones. If it is found that your periods are too frequent, it would be advisable to visit your private gynaecologist. Heavy bleeding with substantial blood clots at the size of a grape or apricot which could be an abnormal amount of blood flow.

  • Notice a lump in your breast

               If you find a lump or mass on your breast, stop examine at home. It’s better to visit your consultant gynaecologist who suggests you in a better way.

  • Burn when you pee

               Burning when you pee it could be a sign of urinary tract infection or an STI. Have an appointment with your doctor if you notice painful urination, especially if it leads to change in color or smell of discharge or pain with intercourse.  

  • Sharp pelvic pain

               If you experience pain in your pelvic region that comes suddenly and consists of sharp, striking pains that will worse with movement or straightening your legs, Bitner which is a sign of an acute process such as appendicitis, ruptured ovarian cyst, or a twisted ovary, it would be good to visit your private consultant gynaecologist immediately.

  • Lost Tampon

               It would happen far more often than you think when women realize that she put a tampon in a few days ago and forgot to take it out and she couldn’t find it which is known as a lost tampon. If you notice persistent vaginal discharge, itching, pelvic pain, rash, and fever all these are the symptoms of signal shock syndrome, a rare complication of having a staph bacterial infection caused by Lost Tampon. See your gynae health care provider immediately for treatment.

  • Be proactive

               If anything doesn’t right, we grant it to be scary and even no love to put their feet in stirrups. The longer you make things worse, the consequences can be that most badly. It is advisable to be proactive and make an appointment with your consultant gynaecologist as soon as you notice a problem.


If the diagnosis is severe and early intervention and treatment will give you the best chance at recovery and continuing a happy life. Love your body and do everything you can to take care of it!

Mrs. Sarah Hussain the one best private gynaecologist in London, the UK who provides the world-class gynic services to her clients. Make an appointment or schedule a meet today for more details.

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Vaginal issues you should ignore

Tips for Vaginal Health For Celebrities – You Should Ignore

Everyone always tries to pint celebrities for everything in their life like their style, beauty products, the way of living everything that appears to general people. But no one knows that even celebrities have some health issues mainly regarding their vaginal health. For everyone maintaining good health is a good thing to hear, yet this applies to celebrities. The fact is that celebrities try to stay away from advice from private gynaecologists. To win the controversy over some of their fans, celebrities avoid maintaining vaginal health. Some times the vaginal tips are just myths, which may mislead and cause more harm than good.

Best Vagina Advice

The vagina is an incredible organ, and there are few things that you should ever enter a vagina. A vagina is an internal organ that exposes to outside dirt, but it has a brilliant ecosystem that ensures it self-cleans and also protect itself from harm. The vagina is lined with a mucous membrane and has a crowd of mixed healthy bacteria to protect itself against bacteria or infection. Applying oil, coating it in sugar, douching, or streaming all this may cause harm to the vagina. A healthy vagina is the one that must be left alone. 

Many of the women report their concerns about the smell of their vagina – particularly when menstruating, private gynaecologist says that getting odor is a normal thing as it changes at different stages of your menstrual cycle. It may be taken into concern when you get unusual smells then you should visit your private gynaecologist. 

Never cover your vagina with a whiffy scent with perfume as it won’t solve your issue. It may cause some trouble to your vagina’s delicate flora. 

Vagina tips that I should ignore


  • Douching: This is the worst thought ever; the vagina is a PH balanced to perfection, applying anything there may imbalance this perfection. To stave off vagina issues, there is no need to use scented soaps, glitter bombs or mugwort steam, etc. 
  • Decoration: It’s a bad idea to have a decoration for your vagina. Decorating vagina means cause dangerous bacteria to your vagina. 
  • Moisturizing: Applying moisturizer to your vagina is not that much necessary thing to do as you age and approach menopause that areas can be more prone to dryness. So, it is not required to have moisture, or you can use a paraben-free of vitamin E moisturizer on your skin.
  • Getting wax: It’s not a good idea to have wax down there, as it is preferable to have something there. The pubic hair keeps the area moisturized and protects from harmful bacteria and viruses.


So if you want an excellent vaginal wash it just with water or a paraben-free PH balanced body wash and leave the extreme vagina grooming well alone.

When it comes to looking after your vaginal health, Mrs. Sarah Hussain will help you out the issues. To book in for a consultation with a private consultant gynaecologist call on 0207 616 7693. Or visit our website.

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lower abdominal pain

Causes of Lower Abdominal Pain 

Abdominal pain is a frequent problem faced by every woman. Lower abdominal pain occurs due to many factors. It can be categorized as lower left abdominal pain and lower right abdominal pain. Let us understand the causes of lower abdominal pain.


By eating more than required or consuming gas-producing foods there are chances that you might face severe lower abdominal pain for a period of time. However, it is not a serious issue to worry about.


When the tissue that lines inside the uterus grows outside the uterus. It causes abdominal pains and often leas to infertility

Colon Bacteria

Disruption of bacteria in the colon can cause lower abdominal pain which needs to be treated by the doctor. By taking proper medication you can get rid of the bacteria in the colon.

Kidney Stones

Stones in the kidney are mostly due to a lack of drinking water and eating unhealthy foods. You need to consult a doctor to treat this issue

Menstrual Cramps

It is common in women to feel pain in the lower abdomen during the menstrual period. Usually menstrual. You need to consult the doctor if your cramps are severe.

Ovarian Cyst

A sac with fluid that is present on the surface of the ovary is called an ovarian cyst. Internal bleeding may occur with cyst ruptures.

If you are suffering occur from lower abdominal pain too often or if you would like to know more information about it consult Dr.Sarah Hussain, an experienced London gynecologist.


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Heavy bleeding

Treatment for Heavy Menstrual bleeding

Most of the women suffer from heavy bleeding during their periods. This might seem like a normal problem but it has a very significant impact on a women’s life. Their Iron level drops drastically with continuous bleeding and becomes weak with time. It is important to take proper treatment. Let us understand the treatment for heavy menstrual bleeding.

The treatment is based on many factors like 

  • Future plans of childbearing 
  • The lifestyle of the person
  • The severity of the condition
  • Overall health
  • Medical history
  • Tolerance of the person to the medication

Certain medication for menorrhagia(heavy bleeding)

  • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
  • Oral progesterone
  • Hormonal IUD
  • Tranexamic acid
  • Oral contraceptives

Procedures for treating menorrhagia

  • Uterine artery embolization
  • Myomectomy
  • Endometrial resection
  • Focused ultrasound surgery
  • Hysterectomy
  • Dilation and curettage
  • Endometrial ablation

In case you are one among people who suffer from heavy bleeding during periods visit Dr Sarah Hussain for a better consultation. She is one of the most experienced London gynaecologists and you can take an appointment to clarify any of your doubts regarding Gynecol issues.


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Heavy menstrual bleeding

Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Causes and Signs

Women with benign hefty menstrual bleeding have the option of plenty of medical treatment choices to lessen their blood loss and improve quality of life. The clinician role is to provide information to facilitate women in making an appropriate choice. Miserably, many options can be associated with hormonal side effects, prevention of fertility and lack of efficiency, leading to discontinuation and progression to surgical interventions. In some cases where the bleeding has been hefty and prolonged, it can lead to other worrying symptoms of massive volume blog loss such as shortness of breath, fatigue and palpitations.

Many menorrhagias sufferers are trying to manage and control their symptoms as the best they can with vitamin and iron supplements, or try one of the many different drug treatments that are available to reduce the bleeding. For example, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, oral contraceptives, progestin, GnRH agonist, a Mirena coil and Danazol. Some of the women may seek procedures like endometrial ablation or even more severe steps such as Hysterectomy.

Causes of Heavy bleeding

  • Uterine related problems: Many issues fall under this, such as:
      • Growths or tumours on the uterus called fibroids or polyps
      • Uterus cancer or cervix
      • Certain birth control types like an intrauterine device
      • Problems related to pregnancy
  • Hormone-related problems
  • Illnesses or disorders
    • Bleeding related disorders or platelet function disorder
    • Nonbleeding associated disorders such as liver, kidney, or thyroid disease, pelvic inflammatory disease and cancer.
  • In addition to the above specific drugs like aspirin will also cause heavy bleeding. Doctors were not able to identify the cause of the heavy bleeding in half of all women who have this issue. If your gynaecologist has not found the cause of heavy bleeding during your routine visit, then it will be useful to get tested for a bleeding disorder.  


If you are facing the problem of menorrhagia, then these are the signs that you need to check:

  • During the menstrual flow, the number of pads soaked in every hour or several hours in a row.
  • Required to double up on pads to regulate your menstrual flow.
  • Required to change pads or tampons during the night.
  • Menstrual periods are lasting more than seven days.
  • Blood clots during menstrual flow in the size of a quarter or more significant.
  • Oppressive menstrual flow that keeps you from doing the things you would typically do.
  • Continual pain in the lower stomach during your periods.
  • Are weak, energy lack, or breath short.


Heavy bleeding(Menorrhagia) is the most common issues women reporting to their doctors. It affects more than 10 million American women each year. 

Are you facing the menorrhagia? Consult our gynaecologist, Mrs Sarah Hussain one of the top leading consultant gynaecologist at London. Contact us for an appointment. 

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