Ms Mona Sharma

Ms Mona Sharma

Consultant Gynaecologist


"Spire hospitals are very organised and patient friendly. The staff are very supportive and efficient. Patient safety is their utmost priority. That is the reason I love working at Spire."

Specialises in

  • Endometrial ablation surgery
  • Colposcopy and Hysterectomy
  • Recurrent miscarriages
  • Ovarian cyst removal
  • Vulval disorder

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I am Consultant Gynaecologist working at Queen's Hospital with more than 20 years of experience working in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. After working in challenging conditions in India and Nepal I came to the UK and trained in sought after London deaneries.

My area of expertise is acute gynaecology and early pregnancy, recurrent miscarriages, gynae scanning, hysteroscopic surgery.

I run a dedicated specialised vulvar clinic where I assess and treat a wide range of vulval conditions. I treat period problems, fibroids, polycystic ovaries, post menopausal symptoms, prolapse and patients having difficulty in getting pregnant. I have a busy NHS practice at Queen's Hospital. My motto is patients first and I keep the patient in the centre of everything that I do so my treatment is tailor-made for all individual patients.

I offer outpatient management of miscarriage with MVA. My special interest is managing cases with recurrent miscarriage and help them achieve normal pregnancies and take the baby home. I offer 2D as well as 3D vaginal scanning. I do laparoscopic surgery for treatment of ovarian cyst, mild to moderate endometriosis, polycystic ovary, chronic pelvic pain, sterilisation and salpingectomy. I do all hysteroscopic surgery outpatient as well as inpatient including TCRF, resection of septum, polypectomy, myosure, endometrial ablation. I do smear tests, colposcopy, LLETZ procedure and vulvoscopy and vulval biopsies. I do hysterectomy, myomectomy, cervical cerclage and labioplasty in cases where indicated. I try to offer a practical and sensible approach to gynaecological problems and issues, and I do not like to offer unnecessary investigations or procedures.

To date I have performed around 1,000 hysteroscopies, more than 500 hysterectomies, more than 500 laparoscopies, around 500 colposcopies and more than 1,000 transvaginal scans.


General Medical Council Number: C6140082

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Additional information

Gynaecology and/or obstetrics
Laparoscopic surgery
Menstrual disorders
Post menopausal problems

MBBS, MD / Pune University, India / 1992
Bachelor of Medicine,Bachelor of Surgery, Doctor of Medicine

Professional memberships

Membership of Royal College of Obstetrician and Gynaecologist (MRCOG)

British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (BSCCP)

British Society for study of Vulval Disease (BSSVD)

International society of ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ISUOG)

I take part in the local research activities going on in the department as principal investigators eg GEM3.

Sharma M, Uprety D, Pokhrel M. Maternal mortality at B.P.Koirala Institute of Health Sciences Nepal: review of six years. Tropical Doctor 2005; 35: 25-26.Sharma M,

Uprety D, Jha M. Complications following arrest of the after coming head in breech. Tropical Doctor 2003; 33: 104-105.

Sharma M, Gupta S. Menstrual pattern and abnormalities in the high school girls of Dharan : A cross sectional study in two boarding School. Nepal Medical College Journal 2003; 5: 34-36.

Sharma M, Gupta S. Awareness of contraception in the High School Girls of Dharan. Postgraduate Medical Journal of Nepal 2002; 3: 18-21.

Sharma M, Koirala R, Sharma U. Magnesium Sulphate versus Phenytoin for Eclampsia: One Year prospective Study. Journal Of Nepal Medical Association 2002; 41: 247-252.

S Pande, M Sharma Comprehensive Abortion care service at Kathmandu Medical College :An experience: Kathmandu University Medical Journal 2005 Vol3 No 3 Issue 11225-229

Sharma M, Manual Vacuum Aspiration: Alternative for outpatient management of miscarriage: The Obstetrician and Gynecologist 2015;17:157-61

Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospital.