Women's Health Video Library
Breast Cancer Screening
Most experts agree that regular breast screening is beneficial in identifying breast cancer early.
The earlier the condition is found, the better the chances of surviving it.
Women's Health Concern
Pelvic Floor Exercises
Pelvic floor exercises strengthen the muscles around your bladder, sex organs, and back passage.
Further information: www.nhs.uk/what-are-pelvic-floor-exercises
Overactive Bladder Syndrome
Overactive bladder syndrome is very common with symptoms including an urgent feeling that you need to go to the toilet.
Menopause Matters is an award winning, independent website providing up-to-date, accurate information about the menopause, menopausal symptoms and treatment options.
The Balance App
The Balance App has been designed by menopause specialists to help you become more informed and more prepared for the perimenopause and the menopause by allowing you to take control of your health and body.
Eat Real Food
Womens Health is a huge area and can be pretty complex. We should probably start with defining what we mean by Women’s Health. Traditionally in General Practice, Women’s Health has included areas like contraception, fertility, pregnancy, period problems, menopausal symptoms, breast and cervical cancer screening and osteoporosis management. All the above areas are extremely important but once again, the focus is mostly on disease or screening for disease.
Bladder and Bowel Community
For help and information leaflets to download visit Bladder and Bowel Community.
If you would like to discuss having a ring pessary fitted for a prolapse for the first time please make an appointment with: Dr Kuok, Dr Meade, Dr Quentin, Dr Sarkar or Dr Wilson.
If you simply wish to have your ring pessary replaced (this should be done every six months) please order your replacement and book an appointment with Dr Holdcroft, Dr Kanan, Dr Kempfen, Dr Kuok, Dr Meade, Dr Sarkar, Dr Quentin, Dr Wilson or ANP Sarah Ron.
So what is a vulva anyway?
This booklet is here to help you to understand your vulva and how puberty can change it. You might be worried about how you look or feel and it can be difficult to know where to turn for advice. Everyone’s vulva is unique and will change throughout your life.