Welcome to Wiltshire Gynaecology Services

We hope you find this website a useful source of information regarding any women’s health problems you may be concerned about, and how we can help you.

General gynaecology review

You may wish to have a general gynaecology review for the reassurance and peace of mind to enjoy your life. The consultation will allow you to address any women’s health issues you may have, including concerns for the future. This

Period problem

Heavy periods: As many as 1 in 20 women are estimated to suffer with heavy menstrual bleeding. This can have a major impact on your quality of life. This can cause anaemia (low blood count) resulting in tiredness or exhaustion.

Irregular bleeding

Irregular bleeding including bleeding with sex, bleeding in between periods etc could be due to hormonal problems, or due to other underlying problems such as infection, endometriosis, fibroids, uterine polyps, etc. We offer comprehensive investigations to diagnose the underlying cause,

Ovarian cyst problem

Cysts in the ovaries are fluid-filled sacs that often develop spontaneously. Sometimes ovarian cysts develop due to other conditions like endometriosis or polycystic ovarian syndrome. Most of the ovarian cysts that occur in the reproductive age are benign, and some

Vaginal prolapse

This is a condition whereby due to weakening of the pelvic muscles and ligaments, the pelvic organs such as the uterus, bladder and/or the rectum bulge into the vagina. Sometimes the bulge can be severe enough to protrude outside the

Menopausal problem

Menopause is the stage when a woman’s periods have stopped for 12 consecutive months. This happens when the ovaries stop producing eggs and the oestrogen hormone levels drop. In the UK, the age for natural menopause varies between 45 and

What our clients have to say

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Thank you very much for your support, advice and reassurance in removing my large ovarian cyst. You were very clear and reassuring when I came to see you, which was really appreciated. Thank you for getting me in so quickly for my operation – I felt in very safe hands. My partner also sends his sincere thanks. You were fantastic!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything you have done for me. You have given me hope of possibly still having children. I cannot thank you enough.

Vulval problem

If you have vulval irritation that persists, you should see a doctor. Sometimes a small biopsy is required to diagnose certain conditions like lichen sclerosis or Vulval Intraepithelial Neoplasia. These are benign conditions, but if not treated correctly, are associated

Contraception/Sterilisation

We believe that every woman has the right to decide when/whether to have children. We will assess your suitability for contraceptive choices that are available, and help you decide the best option for you. We are happy to carry out

Miscarriages/Fertility problem

Recurrent miscarriage regrettably affects upto 1% of couples who are trying to have a baby. While these may be unfortunate events without any obvious underlying cause, certain conditions/problems are known to cause recurrent miscarriages. These (but not limited to) are:

Bladder problem

Certain gynaecological conditions can present with bladder symptoms such as cystitis and recurrent water infections, pain on urination, frequency of urination, inability to hold urine and urgency etc. Conditions such as interstitial cystitis are often associated with endometriosis and can

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition whereby tissue that behaves like the lining of the womb is found outside the womb. It is a common problem particularly in women of reproductive years. The condition is estimated to affect approximately 2 million women

Fibroids

Fibroids are benign compact lumps, made of the muscle wall of the uterus. While they may not cause any symptoms or problems, some fibroids require treatment because of the following problems they may cause: Heavy periods Irregular periods, including bleeding

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a common condition, thought to affect up to 20% of women in the reproductive age group. It is a condition that can affect your fertility, periods, hormones and general appearance. While the cause is still