Each woman experiences a period in a different way to other women, but what is true for all women is that their period is an excellent indicator of their general health. Your period can highlight any changes to your well being that you may not have been aware of. Regular periods are a great gage that you are in good health, whereas irregular flows, heavy periods or painful periods can indicate conditions that you should seek to look further into.

Periods and health go hand in hand so it is important that if you have any concerns regarding your period that you get in touch with MAS Gynaecology. We offer consultations, diagnosis and treatment at our relaxing, private gynaecology clinic in London.

Our expert team here at MAS, which includes both male and female gynaecologists, have put together a number of health issues and conditions that women may come to recognise through the level of regularity and consistency of their periods.

Thyroid Problems
If your periods are irregular then this change in your period could mean that there may be problems with your thyroid. Issues with the thyroid can lead to a number of other noticeable things such as weight gain, fatigue or depression.

Stress can also massively impact your periods, they can become irregular and even stop altogether. So, if that occurs it could be an indicator that you are stressed and may need to take the time to visit a doctor to discuss the options at your disposal, especially with it effecting your periods and general health.

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Weight Issues
Being at a healthy weight allows your hormones to remain balanced, which gives you the best chance of having regular, consistent periods. However, if you over or underweight, then your hormone balance can be impacted. This can also can cause irregular periods, while in extreme cases in which weight gain or loss is combined with overtraining then your periods can stop completely. If you have steady, uninterrupted periods then it is most likely you are at a healthy weight.

Reproductive System Problems
Changes in your period, particularly if they become heavy or painful can mean that there is possibly problems with your reproductive system. If there are any issues with your period it is always a good idea to arrange a visit to a private gynaecology clinic such as MAS. These changes to your period could be sign of endometriosis, adenomyosis, fibroids or polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) therefore it is always better to get a consultation from a health professional rather than suffering in silence.

Each woman who visits our discrete, calming clinic is different from the next, so our consultations are tailored to each individual patient to ensure they receive the highest level of care possible. Each woman receives a detailed diagnosis and treatment while at MAS Gynaecology.

To arrange a consultation regarding periods and health, please visit our contact page or call us on 0782 597 0530. Our expert team will be more than happy to address your concerns and to provide you with any information you require regarding visiting our private gynaecology clinic in London.

Are you looking to undergo a comprehensive sexual health screening, but you are unsure where to visit for your test? While there are NHS Clinics that provide these services, isome may prefer to visit a, private sexual health clinic in London such as MAS Gynaecology.

There are many differences between each type of clinic and although both can provide extensive screenings, there are many benefits to visiting a private sexual health clinic as opposed to a NHS surgery.

Our experienced, expert doctors can provide a variety of sexual health screenings which are all handled with exceptional levels of attentiveness, care, compassion and understanding. We offer complete confidentiality and an extremely discrete level of service. This is done to keep you as at ease as possible throughout your screening and throughout your treatment if you require it.

MAS Gynaecology was a fantastic choice for my private sexual health screen!

While at NHS Clinics you can receive a sexual health screen for a number of different potential STIs, at MAS you can choose between two quick and easy types of health screens which each cover several potential STIs in one screening.

Below see each one in more detail:

Mini Sexual Health Screen

Our smaller health screen is used to determine if you have Chlamydia, Gonorrhea or HIV. Designed to be discrete, provide fast results and also to give you peace of mind, this screening takes place at our private sexual health clinic in London.

Full Sexual Health Screen

If you choose the full sexual health screen test you will be screened for everything that is included in the mini screening as well as being tested for Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Syphilis. If you have any immediate, pressing concerns regarding your sexual health or any potential infections then the MAS team advises that you opt for the full screening option

We offer the choice between either a male or female doctor which again is part of our pledge to make your visit to our sexual health clinic as comfortable as possible.

As well as employing doctors of both genders we have staff who are fluent in both English and German and are also adequately capable when it comes to communicating with patients in either French or Spanish. Because of this we are able to welcome people of various nationalities to the MAS Gynaecology Private Sexual Health Clinic in London.

Once you have visited our clinic and had your sexual health screening test within 48 hours will receive your results along with a short consultancy note from the doctor you visited for your screening. If anything flags up in your results, then you will have to return to our clinic but if your results are all clear then you will not need to visit us again.

If you require more information about our private sexual health clinic and the differences between it and an NHS clinic then please do not hesitate to get in touch with MAS Gynaecology by visiting our contact page and filling in our contact form.