At BMI The Duchy Hospital, we’re home to some of the most experienced gynaecologists in the Yorkshire area.
If you have a condition or symptoms that you want to get checked out, we’re here to help. Our team diagnose, treat or manage a wide range of gynaecological issues.
Do I need to see a gynaecologist?
Gynaecology is the area of medicine concerning the female reproductive system. You might want to see a gynaecologist if you are experiencing symptoms such as:
- Vaginal dryness, itching and discomfort
- Cramping, bloating and pelvic pain
- Hot flushes and night sweats
- Urinary incontinence
- Heavy periods
Our consultant gynaecologists see patients of all ages and are able to treat most major gynaecological conditions.
What treatments do you offer?
At BMI The Duchy Hospital we offer a variety of surgical and non-surgical procedures. Some of the most common gynaecological treatments we offer include:
We also have a dedicated women’s health physiotherapy service, which can help manage a number of common problems.
What should I expect at my appointment?
If you request an appointment with BMI The Duchy Hospital, we’ll aim to book you in to see a consultant gynaecologist within 48 hours.
We hold clinics throughout the week where our gynaecologists offer fast and accurate diagnosis. Once we’ve identified the cause of your symptoms, you’ll be assigned a consultant who specialises in that particular area of gynaecology.
They will then work with you to create an individualised care plan for your treatment. We’ll take into account personal factors such as your symptoms, your age and whether you want to have children.
We pride ourselves on our personal care and will endeavour to keep you feeling informed and comfortable throughout any tests, scans or procedures you might need.
Do I need a GP referral?
Yes. Whether you are paying for treatment or using your private medical insurance, you’ll need a referral from your GP or consultant prior to booking an appointment.
If you are using insurance, make sure to check that the consultation and any treatment you need is covered by your insurer.