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In the press

As a leading gynaecology clinic we are often asked to comment on the news, and topical events. Below you will find a small selection of magazines and websites that the clinic, and our consultants, have been featured in.


DOSE – Dr Eskander answers 5 burning gynaecology questions

Can rough sex be too rough? Does my vagina look normal? What are you thinking if my vagina smells or looks unpleasant? Dr Eskander answers those burning questions you’ve been dying to ask.
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NetDoctor – The colour and consistency of your menstrual bleed, and what it means

Dr Eskander speaks to NetDoctor about period blood, and how different colours and textures can indicate a healthy period or vaginal health issues.
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NetDoctor – What are the symptoms of vulvodynia? And how is it treated?

Dr Eskander advises NetDoctor about chronic, unexplained pain in the vulva and discusses causes, symptoms and treatment.
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Cosmopolitan UK – Why learning how to finger well is important – and how to do it

As part of Cosmo’s self-love series, Dr Eskander talks about fingering from a gynaecological point of view.
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Cosmopolitan UK – Advice on self-pleasure and its benefits

The benefits of self-pleasure are plentiful. However, there are wrong and right ways when it comes to masturbation. Dr Eskander explains.
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NetDoctor – Toxic Shock Syndrome: the most common causes and treatments of TSS

Dr Eskander discusses important points about TSS and how its dangers should encourage you to stay vigilant when it comes to your vaginal health.
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Mummy Matters – What to do and what not to do during your first smear test appointment

Dr Eskander guest blogs for Mummy Matters about the dos and don’ts when going for a pap smear or HPV test.
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Cosmopolitan – 7 tips for reducing awkwardness during a cervical screening

Dr Eskander gives his tips to Cosmopolitan magazine about how to make a cervical screening feel less awkward and more comfortable.
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Evening Standard – Clearing up misconceptions about smear tests

Dr Eskander talks to the Evening Standard to clear up any misconceptions about smear tests, after it was revealed that women under 30 are avoiding screenings.
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Daily Mirror – Can you identify the location of the vagina?

After a survey revealed that a staggering amount of people cannot locate the exact position of the vagina, Dr Eskander explains the importance of body awareness.
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SheerLuxe – Answering common queries about intercourse

Got a burning question about sex? Dr Eskander speaks to SheerLuxe to answer the most common sexual queries typed into search engines, hopefully putting your mind at ease.
Read more – Normal and abnormal discharge, and what it means

Unusual vaginal discharge can be a sign that something is wrong. Dr Eskander explains to what problems are linked to abnormal discharge.
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HuffPost – The causes of missed or stopped periods

Dr Eskander discusses several reasons why you might have a missed period (not due to pregnancy), or if your periods stop altogether.
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NetDoctor – Disputing a dangerous viral video about a makeshift home pregnancy test method

Dr Eskander explains why this viral video should not be used as a way of finding out if you are pregnant.
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Daily Express – Why women should stop having babies after turning 44

While putting an age restriction on having children may be socially controversial in the 21st century, Dr Eskander comments on the physical risks associated with becoming an older mother.
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Independent – Why you shouldn’t use toothpaste to discover whether you are pregnant

Dr Eskander speaks to the Independent about how pregnancy tests work and states the facts about why a particular viral method, using toothpaste and urine, should not be used as a pregnancy test.
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The Telegraph – Weighing in on the age limit of becoming a new mother

Dr Eskander provides his commentary on how becoming a mother at an older age could pose a risk for both mother and baby.
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