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If you’ve been suffering with symptoms such as mild discomfort, persistent pelvic pain or you have been diagnosed with endometriosis, this clinic is for you.
Women suffering with pelvic pain or endometriosis can often find it affects all areas of their life. Endometriosis can make it difficult for a woman to get pregnant. This chronic condition often goes undiagnosed for many years leaving women not only in pain, but also feeling frustrated at the lack of understanding of their disease.
You’ll have a consultation with consultant gynaecologist Mr Mohan Kumar for a detailed clinical assessment including your concerns and medical history. You’ll then have an examination and any diagnostics you might need followed by a treatment plan.
In some cases, we can provide a multidisciplinary team which will provide high quality, evidence-based care to assess and treat women with all grades of endometriosis ranging from mild disease to the most severe form involving the bladder and bowel.
A referral letter is not required for the Pelvic and Endometriosis Clinic, however, it would be beneficial if you can retrieve one.
Referrals can be made by your GP or any other medical practitioner.
You’ll be seen by consultant surgeon Mr Mohan Kumar who is recognised as the lead for advanced laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery and endometriosis within the NHS. Mr Kumar will be supported by an experienced nurse’s specialist and a multidisciplinary team who will provide the ultimate care for you, in our spotlessly clean and comfortable private hospital.
Appointments are available on a Friday from 9am.
To find out more or to arrange an appointment, please call our friendly treatment advisors on 0121 580 7119.or send an enquiry