Gynaecology Blog

Welcome to Dr Penman’s Gynaecology Blog. Here, you’ll find a number of articles relating to cervical smears, infertility and issues affecting periods.

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Why Choose Private Healthcare With Dr Penman?
There are many benefits to private fetal and gynaecological healthcare. In this article, you will find a number of reasons ...
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Cervical Screening
What Is Cervical Screening? Cervical screening (or a cervical/pap smear) is a method of finding abnormal cells on the cervix ...
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Hysterosalpingogram
What Is A Hysterosalpingogram? A hysterosalpingogram is a test for infertility that studies the fallopian tubes and is used to ...
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Gynaecology Blog
Welcome to Dr Penman's Gynaecology Blog. Here, you'll find a number of articles relating to cervical smears, infertility and issues affecting ...
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Do I Have Endometriosis?
Endometriosis is a painful condition that can completely disrupt a woman's daily life. Read on to find out more about ...
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Uterine Polyps
Uterine polyps are an overgrowth of cells in the uterine lining (endometrium). They frequently cause no symptoms, but can cause irregular ...
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Heavy Periods
Heavy periods can be debilitating and cause total disruption to a woman's daily life. Read on to find out more ...
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Polycystic Ovary Disease
Polycystic ovary disease (also known as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)) is a condition whereby many small cysts form on the ...
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Pelvic Pain
The causes for pelvic pain in women are widespread, that can affect all structures, not just the reproductive organs.  This ...
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NovaSure Endometrial Ablation
Who Is This Procedure For? You can consider NovaSure Endometrial Ablation as a form of treatment for your heavy periods ...
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Myosure and Hysteroscopy
There was a time when if  pedunculated intracavity fibroid or a polyp was causing heavy menstrual bleeding, the treatment would ...
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Irregular Periods
Periods vary widely from woman to woman.  Many may be punctual every 28 days, a textbook period occurs every 24-29 ...
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