Gynaecology & women’s health

Gynaecology is the care of the female reproductive system. Our Consultant Gynaecologists are leaders within their field and their expertise cover a wide range of services including advice on contraception, investigation and treatment of menstrual problems, infertility, problems relating to the menopause, and disorders such as endometriosis, abnormal smears, fibroids and ovarian cysts. It also covers early pregnancy problems such as recurrent miscarriage.

The Hospital provides specialist care for women with a choice of both male and female Consultant Gynaecologists. If, following your consultation, you need any tests, we can help with that too. We offer screening, investigations and surgical procedures, caring for you from diagnosis through to treatment.

Our experienced consultant gynaecologists can help with a range of health conditions including abnormal smears, ovarian cysts, fibroids and endometriosis.

Diagnostic Investigations

A wide range of diagnostic investigations (including colposcopy and hysteroscopy) are available at Parkside Hospital.


If you are finding it difficult to have a baby or have recently suffered a miscarriage, the support of the specialist team based at Parkside Hospital may help you to decide whether to investigate the treatments that are available for infertility.


The average age that women reach the menopause in the UK is 52. Hormonal changes can make the menopause a difficult time for women, with night sweats, mood swings, loss of libido and memory loss being just some of the main symptoms. We can suggest the most suitable form of treatment such as hormone replacement therapy (HRT).


Urogynaecology is the specialty for the diagnosis and treatment of urinary tract infections (cystitis), female incontinence, prolapses and vaginal/perineal pain.

NHS Information on menopause

Gynaecology & women’s health Consultants

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