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"During the current COVID-19 crisis North West Gynaecology consultants are supporting the NHS and have had to reduce their private work due to NHS commitments. We are still able to offer consultations for existing patients if required, and depending on the degree of urgency, some new consultations, although this may need to be by telephone or video. Please contact our administration team to enquire about this"

Medical Conditions

Conditions

Below is a list of the Medical Conditions which the Consultants at North West Gynaecology will be able to help you with:

Impotence

What is it? Impotence means the inability to achieve erection of the penis. It can occur as an isolated problem in any relationship or it may be a symptom of an unhappy relationship. It could occur all the time (total or primary) or under certain situations only (selective or secondary).

In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)

What is it? In vitro fertilisation (IVF) simply means the fertilisation of an egg by sperm outside the body. The first IVF baby (Louise Brown) was born in Oldham (England) in 1978 following the pioneering work of a gynaecologist (Patrick Steptoe) and a scientist (Robert Edwards).

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection

What is it? Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)  is a form of in vitro fertilisation (IVF) in which a single sperm is injected directly into an egg. It was developed to provide treatment for couples with infertility due to problems in the man following the realisation that conventional IVF did not help in these situations.

Menopause

What is it? The menopause or ‘change of life’ denotes the last menstrual period in a woman. It represents the end of reproductive function in women and is the culmination of a complex and often lengthy process of ovarian decline. The age at which it occurs varies with geographic location and does not appear to

Miscarriage

What is it? Miscarriage refers to the loss of a pregnancy before the baby is mature enough to survive on its own outside the womb. It is also referred to as spontaneous abortion to distinguish it from termination of pregnancy (induced abortion). How common is it? It is a common complication of pregnancy.

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