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News and educational information about obstetrics and gynaecology.

 

Rapid Access Gynaecology has been a leader in providing quality, personalised OBGYN healthcare to generations of women. its our mission to keep you up-to-date with all the latest happenings.

 

 

Polycystic Ovaries & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

There is a lot of information available out there about polycystic ovaries, and one important thing that I need to point out here is that an ultrasound finding of polycystic ovaries is not the same thing as having the metabolic disease called Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. This is why if you have an ultrasound finding of

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Outpatient Services

You may already have visited my website via the search engines (this Blog is part of that website although not linked via the menu) because you are searching for information about gynaecological services or obstetrics. You will see that I do list many of the main services on there with some detailed information. There are

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New Rapid Treatment For Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

As any woman who has suffered / is suffering from heavy menstrual bleeding (menorrhagia) knows, as well as being very unpleasant and disruptive, it can also bring the worry and the real possibility of suffering iron-deficient anemia. In some cases where the bleeding has been very heavy and prolonged it can lead to other worrying

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Thinking About The Benefits of HRT

HRT is always a subject that attracts a lot of interest in the press and this is often because of new studies showing the different effects on health. The result of this over time has been that many women have simply avoided the treatment because they fear the side effects more than they fear the

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The Importance of Great Antenatal Care

What happens at the very beginning of life is incredibly important because the health differences in our children start before birth. The quality of the antenatal care you receive can therefore be an important factor in shaping your child’s future, and making sure that it is more likely to be a healthy one. Birth rates

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Harmony Down’s Syndrome Test?

Down’s syndrome affects 1 in 1000 babies and is something that happens at the conception stage when the genetic material from the egg and sperm first join together. Screening in pregnancy is therefore commonplace but despite providing some idea of the likelihood of your baby having Down’s syndrome, screening doesn’t provide a definite answer. That

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