Why should I have treatment for menstrual disorders at Spire Leeds Hospital?
At Spire Leeds Hospital, patients with menstrual disorders can access our team of specialist consultant gynaecologists.
You will be seen by a consultant gynaecologist who specialises in menstrual disorders
Initially, you will be seen in an out-patient setting by a highly skilled consultant gynaecologist who specialises in the diagnosis and management/treatment of menstrual disorders.
Who is affected by menstrual disorders?
Every woman’s menstrual cycle is unique and varies in length from individual to individual. For some, a cycle is as short as 21 days or as long as 35 days. Either way, your menstrual cycle involves a series of changes that affect your ovaries, uterus, vagina and breasts. Some women have little or no concerns when it comes to their menstrual cycle. However others can experience a range of emotional and physical symptoms including:
- Irregular periods
- Heavy periods
- Painful periods
- Spotting between periods
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Pelvic pain
What happens at the initial consultation?
If you suffer from any of these problems, your GP can refer you to see one of our specialist gynaecologists.
During your first appointment, your doctor will review your medical history and after a thorough assessment will suggest one or more ways of investigating the problem. The results of which will then be discussed with you and treatment options offered.
Do I need a GP referral?
You will need a referral from your GP.
Will you send a report to my GP?
Yes, with your consent, a full report will be sent to your GP.
Smears and colposcopy
Surgical treatments available
Laparoscopic sub-total/total hysterectomy
How do I find out more about Spire Leeds Hospital's menstrual disorders clinic?
For further information on Spire Leeds Hospital's menstrual disorders clinic, call us on 0113 218 5967/77 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you within 24 hours.