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23rd January 2019

Exercise and Pregnancy

There are several things you should consider when exercising while pregnant. Our fitness ambassador, Ellie Baker, outlines the beneficial impact of keeping fit during pregnancy,...

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How long should you wait between pregnancies?
23rd January 2019

How long should you wait between pregnancies?

According to a new study, mothers should wait at least a year after giving birth before falling pregnant with another baby. Yet current guidelines from...

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Consultant Gynaecologist Miss Heather Evans Joins the London Gynaecology Team
16th January 2019

Consultant Gynaecologist Miss Heather Evans Joins the London Gynaecology Team

We are delighted to announce that Miss Heather Evans is joining the London Gynaecology team.  An experienced consultant gynaecologist, Miss Evans qualified in 2002 at...

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10th December 2018

The Six Key Pregnancy Hormones

In this article, Consultant Gynaecologist Pradnya Pisal provides information on each of the six key pregnancy hormones. These hormones contribute to the emotional and physiological...

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The Second Trimester
5th December 2018

The Second Trimester

Meghan Markle had to skip a few days of engagements after her pregnancy took its toll during her Australian tour. However, she attended more events in...

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Travelling and Early Pregnancy
7th November 2018

Travelling and Early Pregnancy

Travelling during early pregnancy is safe, but there are some key things to consider and monitor closely. Consultant Gynaecologist Mrs Pisal talks about knowing your...

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The health risks of a ‘geriatric pregnancy’
31st October 2018

The health risks of a ‘geriatric pregnancy’

Having celebrated her 37th birthday in August, The Duchess of Sussex’s pregnancy announcement means she will technically be classified as an ‘older mum’. It may sound...

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18th September 2018

Getting the Right Birthing Plan?

For an expectant mum, creating the right birthing plan is an important part of having a baby, but despite NICE guidelines, it’s not always possible to request a caesarean section unless the doctor has deemed it medically necessary.  Mrs Pisal talks to SheerLuxe about the reasons why some women might decide a caesarean is more suitable delivery method.  Click here to read the article.

 

14th September 2018

Worried about Fibroids?

Fibroids are extremely common with approximately 50% of women having fibroids in their lifetime. Fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) growths within the uterine muscle and most...

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