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Please note: waiting times displayed are indicative and can change on a daily basis.
At Emersons Green treatment centre we offer free NHS treatments to all patients. You are not required to pay if you are an NHS patient and have been referred for treatment by your GP.
A narrow tube with a telescope at the end is inserted into the uterus under local or general anaesthetic, sending images to a computer to give a close-up of the womb. This helps with diagnosis of a range of issues, including irregular bleed, heavy period, inter-menstrual and post coital bleed. During hysteroscopy: endometrial biopsy (biopsy of womb lining), cervical and endometrial polypectomy (removing cervical and womb polyp) and replacement of displaced Coil could be performed. It also helps to assess womb cavity for further management.
This is a surgical treatment for women who have heavy periods whereby most of the womb lining is removed using radiofrequency waves.
Over night stay procedure to treat stress urinary incontinence which does not involve using mesh. It can be through small bikini incision or through key hole surgery. It entails insertion of stitches to lift up bladder neck to treat urinary stress incontinence
This is a surgical procedure to remove the womb, and is used to treat conditions such as fibroids, intractable heavy period not responding to medical treatment or Mirena Coil, or endometrial ablation.
Keyhole surgery to investigate pelvic and abdominal pain, heavy and painful periods.
Keyhole surgery to help treat endometriosis and to divide scarring to relieve abdominal and pelvic pain.
Keyhole surgery to remove ovarian cysts.
Keyhole surgery to remove the whole ovary with abnormality.
Keyhole surgery to apply clips to fallopian tubes for contraception.
Procedure to remove the womb through the vagina for heavy periods or prolapse.
Vaginal procedure to correct front vaginal wall prolapse and back vaginal wall prolapse.
Procedure to correct vault prolapsed vaginally when the uterus (womb) is not present.
Procedure to correct uterine (womb) prolapsed vaginally if the patient desires to keep her uterus.
This procedure studies how the bladder and urethra are doing their job of storing and releasing urine. Tests can help explain any problems with incontinence, painful urination and many other bladder issues and diagnose type of incontinence.
Day case vaginal procedure to insert a tape at mid-urethra. The tape will act as a sling, kinking the urethra, to prevent leakage of urine when coughing, sneezing and exercising (to treat stress urinary incontinence)
Procedure to telescope bladder wall and cavity to investigate recurrent bladder infection and other bladder symptoms.
Abdominal procedure to remove large uterine fibroids where the patient would like to retain her uterus and keep her fertility.
Procedures to remove vulval and vaginal cysts, skin tags/polyps and take biopsy.
A vaginal ring pessary is a device inserted into the vagina to hold a prolapse back. It works by holding the vaginal walls in place.
An endometrial polyp or uterine polyp is a mass in the inner lining of the uterus
Surgical procedure to alter the folds of skin surrounding the external female genitalia when required.
Removal of displaced coils with missed threads under hysteroscopic guidance
Ongoing road works on the Bromley Heath Viaduct may cause delays when travelling to the treatment centre – please leave adequate time to get to your appointment.