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Prolapse & Pelvic Floor Problems Symptoms and Causes

Prolapse & Pelvic Floor Problems Symptoms and Causes

Pelvic organ Prolapse has become a common problem woman which effects their childbirth and menopause. It also causes discomfort and makes them lose their self-esteem. Another major problem with this is that Prolapse affects sexual function in women and araises urinary dysfunctioning. There are several symptoms to identify

Symptoms of Pelvic organ prolapse

  • Dragging Sensation
  • Slow urinary flow
  • Feeling of Obstruction during sexual intercourse
  • Needing to Urinate frequently or urgently
  • The feeling of a lump in the vagina
  • Vaginal laxity during sexual intercourse
  • Bowels not emptying properly

Causes of Prolapse

The main reason for Pelvic Organ Prolapse is because of the weakening of tissues that support the pelvic organs. Pelvic Organ Prolapse occurs due to multiple factors like ageing, Childbirth, Unhealthy lifestyle, heavy smoking, overweight etc.

  • Childbirth can be one of the major reasons for the cause of prolapse when the labour is long or if the baby is large.
  • Ageing can also lead to the cause of prolapse and it becomes common as it leads to menopause when a woman gets older.
  • Activities such as heavy lifting or work that is strenuous may also contribute to the chance of having pelvic prolapse.

These are the causes of prolapse if you have any queries regarding this you can consult Dr.Sarah Hussain, a London gynaecologist with good experience in dealing with various kinds of gynaecological problems.

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Know more about diagnosis and treatment for heavy periods

Diagnosis & Treatment for heavy periods

The menstrual cycle is peculiar to every woman – what is typical for one may not be ideal for another. Anyhow, recurrent period problems can disturb a woman’s lifestyle and cause severe anxiety.

 When you have a substantial period of bleeding you should go for your private female gynaecologist. Your gynaecologist will most likely ask about your medical history and menstrual cycles. To get a diagnosis for heavy periods, you may be asked to maintain a diary of heavy period bleeding and non-bleeding days, and also including notes on how massive your flow was and how much sanitary safeguard you required to control it.

Diagnosis for heavy periods

Diagnosis for heavy periods will be done and observe the reasons for heavy periods. The gynaecologist will do a physical exam and may suggest one or more tests or procedures such as:

Blood Tests: Blood test will be done to evaluate for iron deficiency and other conditions, such as thyroid disorders or blood-clotting abnormalities.

PAP Test: In this, cells from your cervix are gathered and examined for infection, inflammation or differences that may be cancerous or may direct to cancer.

Endometrial biopsy: Your local gynaecologist may take a sample of the tissue from the inside of your uterus to be tested by a pathologist.

Ultrasound: In this method sound waves to produce images of your uterus, ovaries and pelvis.

Based on the effects of the first tests, your private gynaecologist may suggest further testing that includes:

Sonohysterography: In this test, a fluid is injected through a tube into your uterus by way of your vagina and cervix. Your female gynaecologist then uses ultrasound to look for problems in your uterus.

Hysteroscopy: This includes injecting a thin, lighted instrument through your vagina and cervix into your uterus which enables your consultant private gynaecologist to see the lining of your uterus.

Your private consultant gynaecologist can be sure of a diagnosis of menorrhagia only after conducting out other menstrual disorders, medical infirmities or medications as possible reasons for heavy period bleeding.


Specific heavy menstrual bleeding treatment is based on several factors that include:

  • Your overall wellness and medical records
  • The reason and severity of the condition
  • Your sensitivity to particular medications, methods or therapies
  • The possibility that your periods will become less heavy soon
  • Your future pregnancy plans
  • Results of the situation on your lifestyle
  • Your opinion or personal preference

If you are looking for the diagnosis and treatment for the heavy period bleeding then visit our private female gynaecologist in London. Please schedule the appointment now or contact us today.

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Exercises that will aid your Recovery

Exercises that will aid your Recovery

It is not always possible to visit a doctor so why not know some basic exercises that will help you recover from the gynaecological problem? Let us know some practices that will help you be fit and avoid gynaecological problems

1)Mobility Exercise: Walk frequently, give your body as much as exercise, walk at least 1 km a day. This boosts your hormones and helps you recover quickly from any gynaecological issues.

2)Leg Exercises: These helps in increasing your blood circulation, stretch your feet in opposite directions for half an hour a day, Try doing squats that will help you stay fit to avoid the problem related to gynaecology

3)Breathing exercise: Breath deeply for at least one hour a day inhale and exhale deeply which helps in clearing your lungs and chest.

4)Pelvic Floor Exercise: These exercises help in muscle contraction which helps in avoiding urinary problems. Also, they are used to prevent the occurrence of pelvic organ prolapse.

5)Quad stretch Exercise: Put as much pressure as possible on your abdomen to increase the functioning of the body and to reduce unnecessary fat that can cause gynaecological problems

The above mentioned are some of the primary and simple exercises you need to follow to avoid the gynaecological issues. You can also maintain a proper diet along with these to have the best results and recovery quick.

For more details regarding the exercise, you can regularly follow during your recovery time, and you can consult an experienced consultant gynaecologist at Mygynae . Mrs Sarah Hussain will guide you in the best way. Schedule the appointment or contact us today.

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Know more about hormones and the menstrual cycle

Know More about Hormones and the Menstrual Cycle

Hormones and The mensuration Cycle

Menstruation cycle lasts for 28 days in general. But due to hormones issue, it is common that the menstruation cycle continues for 21-40 days. Mensuration cycle is the time between the first day of the period and the first day of the next period. Let us know the various hormone changes during the period of mensuration cycle.

Menstrual phase:

This is during the 1-5 days of the menstruation cycle. You experience symptoms like period-related pain and bleeding. During this phase, the hormones are at a low level, and the support to the uterine lining is eliminated which leads to period.

Follicular Phase:

This is during the 6-14 days of the mensuration is a time of period where you can feel good. During this phase the Oestrogen levels increase, developing the ovarian follicle.

Ovulation :

During the day 14, The Oestrogen levels are too high which leads to the rise in Luteinising hormone resulting in the releasing a mature egg. You can sometimes experience a clear discharge during this phase.

Luteal phase:

This is during the 14-28 days of the menstruation period. Here you can experience symptoms like breast tenderness, headaches, bloating depression with mood swings, anxiety, psychological issues etc. During this phase progesterone levels starts increasing after the ovulation and it starts reducing and the period will continue after the support is withdrawn, But if there is pregnancy, then the Progesterone level continues to stay high.

These are the symptoms you will observe during the different phases of your maturation cycle. You can also consider doing exercise and following diet balance to control the hormone changes that occur during the Mensuration cycle.

 From this information, you can understand how important MyGynae is to maintain proper hormone control. We are here to help regarding any queries or issues related to your menstrual cycle or  you can schedule the appointment or contact us for more details. 

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Consult London Gynaecologist for your gynaecology treatments

Consult London Gynaecologist for your gynaecology treatments

Mrs Sarah Hussain has been practising as a leading private London gynaecological and urogynaecological consultant. she has been for 32 years and was appointed consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrician at  Whipps Cross University Hospital. She operates at key London locations. She is highly experienced in dealing with female health concerns, including prolapse, pelvic floor problems, ovarian cysts and endometriosis.

She performs patient-centred care underpinned by our principles of teamwork, clinical excellence, being available when you need and employ state of art diagnostic techniques besides minimally invasive approaches to provide the highest quality of attention to our patients. Her aim is to provide personalised, accessible and efficient service from top female gynaecologist London.

What to expect from Private Gynaecologist London

  • When you visit our Mrs Sarah Hussain for any Consultant Gynaecologist London, you will receive the best treatment and care.
  • Flexible, same day appointments that fit throughout your busy schedule.
  • Our private Gynaecologists London will listen to your problems with compassion and without judgement.
  • Your comfort and understanding is always a priority of Mrs Sarah Hussain.
  • Your female gynaecologist London will inform about the best treatment plan for you, entire medical cost and discuss payment methods, during your consultation.
  • She understands your time is precious – so she honours our appointments and always keep delays to a minimum.

Sarah Hussain can help you with:

  1. Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  2. Pelvic or abdominal pain
  3. Endometriosis
  4. Polycystic Ovaries
  5. Unusual discharge
  6. Post-coital bleeding
  7. Abnormal cervical smear results

Your female gynaecologist London has extensive expertise and experience in diagnosing and treating all gynaecological problems. Whatever your purpose for visiting her, she will address your concerns with sensitivity and respect. Her foremost motto is to give you very best in preventive care and effective treatment.

Gynaecological and Urogynaecological Treatment Conditions

Mrs Sarah Hussain offers complete management of common gynaecological and urogynaecological queries delivered by specialists with advanced training in these fields. She in cutting edge minimally invasive methods for the practice of endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts and heavy menstrual bleeding. She also grants expert management of pelvic floor difficulties, urinary incontinence. She is expertise in gynaecology enables the treatment on a wide variety of gynaecological conditions in an outpatient setting.

Developing your Health together

Mrs Sarah Hussain give you the best possible care and to assist you fully, it’s important that you bring your questions and concerns to your attention, as well as informing her of any and all symptoms you’re experiencing. She also inspires you to play a proactive role in managing your health outside of your consultations with us. This means maintaining a healthy lifestyle, which includes a balanced diet, regular exercise and physical self-examinations.

If you would like to schedule a discussion with an experienced consultant gynaecologist at Mygynae, or if you have any queries, reach us today.

Mrs Sarah Hussain is a female gynaecologist London who regulates and registered in Bupa recognised healthcare Consultant and facilitator in the United Kingdom with care quality to provide healthcare services.

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