Adenomyosis is a condition where the endometrium (lining of the womb) is found deep in the myometrium (muscle of the uterus).
Bartholin’s glands are two pea size glands that are located next to the vaginal entrance (one on the right and one on the left) and they cannot normally be seen or felt.
Vulval soreness, pain, dryness and irritation are very common conditions.
An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that develops outside the cavity of the womb.
A hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus (womb) and usually the cervix (neck of the womb).
The IUS is a plastic “T” shaped frame about the size of a matchstick, which contains hormones and sits inside the womb.
Laparoscopic excision of endometriosis is a keyhole operation that is offered to you if you have had confirmation of endometriosis in a previous keyhole operation and have symptoms that are not responding to other non-surgical treatments.
A laparoscopic sterilisation, also known as ‘tubal ligation’ is an operation to put clips on your fallopian tubes through small cuts made in your abdomen.
Lichen Sclerosus (LS) is an itchy skin condition usually affecting genital skin, but it can occur elsewhere.
Everybody deals with miscarriage differently, and there is no ‘right way’ to be.
Myomectomy is the term for the surgical removal of fibroids. Fibroids are non-cancerous bundles of muscle that grow in the muscle layer of the uterus (womb).
We hope that this information will help you to understand what is happening at the moment in your pregnancy.
This information answers queries about issues that may arise in early pregnancy.
A miscarriage is the early loss of a pregnancy. Recurrent miscarriage is when this happens three or more times.
Medical treatment of ectopic pregnancies is widely used and avoids the need for surgery, but it has specific guidance for use, and is not always the correct treatment.