Mr. Mohamed A Siddig qualified from the University of Debrecen Medical School and completed his post graduate training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in different International and national UK hospitals. He received further specialized training in Urogynaecology and minimal access surgery at Deriford Urogynaecology unit. During his gynaecology training, he had the opportunity to work under the supervision of some great pioneers in the field of urogynaecology in the United Kingdom and abroad.
Mr Siddig established the Urogynaecology service at Dorset County Hospital and the department now offers a comprehensive multidisciplinary pelvic floor service. He treats a wide range of gynaecological conditions and has a special interest in advanced pelvic floor surgery. He works closely with physiotherapists and continence advisors for the conservative management of incontinence. He is proficient in the use of minimally invasive urogynaecological procedures (TOT) for surgical management of stress incontinence. He is a recognised expert in advanced pelvic floor surgery including mesh complications and vaginal oopherectomies. He is passionate about patient centred care and no one treatment suits all women.
He is a member of British Society of Urogynaecology, International Urogynaecology Association, International Continence Society and FIGO.
Mr Siddig is invited as a visiting surgeon in many countries in the Middle East and Africa. He is a devoted individual that helps train and supervise doctors in different countries across Africa.
My NHS practice is based at Dorset County Hospital Foundation Trust, a large district general hospital which offers a wide range of specialised health services across Dorset and the South West of England
Do make an appointment if you are suffering from any of these symptoms:
- Going to toilet to pass urine repeatedly - day or night
- Unable to hold urine and starts leaking before reaching to toilet
- Bed wetting at night - any age child or adult
- Leakage of urine with coughing, laughing ,sneezing or upon bending down
- Feeling of incomplete urination
- Difficulty in starting urination or not having good flow
- Feeling a lump in the vagina - even after having uterus removed