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Gynaecology Ultrasound Clinic, Harley Street

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Gynaecological ultrasound is a medical imaging technique used to visualise the female reproductive system. 

At the Rylon Clinic In Harley Street, London, gynaecological ultrasound is performed by private gynaecologist Mr Naji, a trained and experienced gynaecological consultant using state-of-the-art equipment. 

The procedure is non-invasive and painless, and can provide valuable information about the uterus, ovaries, and other reproductive organs. Gynaecological ultrasound is often used to diagnose conditions such as fibroids, ovarian cysts and endometriosis, as well as to monitor the development of the embryo during early phases of pregnancy.

Gynaecology ultrasound for pelvic pain

Ultrasound is commonly used for the evaluation and management of pelvic pain, which is pain that is felt in the lower abdomen, pelvis, and lower back. It is a non-invasive diagnostic tool that can help detect and diagnose various pelvic organ pathologies that may be contributing to pelvic pain. 

 

During a pelvic ultrasound, high-frequency sound waves are used to create images of the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder, intestines, and other pelvic structures. The test can detect a wide range of conditions that can cause pelvic pain, including:

  • Ovarian cysts

  • Uterine fibroids

  • Endometriosis

  • Adhesions

  • Ectopic pregnancy

  • Pelvic inflammatory disease

  • Ovarian torsion

  • Bladder problems

 

Additionally, a pelvic ultrasound can also provide important information about the size, shape, and appearance of the pelvic organs, which can help to diagnose certain conditions and determine the best course of treatment. With ultrasound, we can also monitor the progression of these conditions and plan the appropriate treatment. 

 

It's important to note that a pelvic ultrasound is not always able to identify the exact cause of pelvic pain and that additional tests may be necessary.

Gynaecological Ultrasound for Endometriosis
 

Ultrasound is a valuable tool for the diagnosis of endometriosis, a condition in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus. 

 

One of the benefits of ultrasound in the diagnosis of endometriosis is that it can identify small lesions and cysts that may not be palpable during a physical examination. Additionally, ultrasound can also help assess the extent of the disease and the involvement of the surrounding organs. 

 

It is also useful in monitoring the response to treatment and detecting recurrence. Additionally, transvaginal ultrasound is especially beneficial as it provides better visualisation of the endometrial implants, especially those located in the deeper endometrial layers and also in small lesions.

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Ultrasound is a highly effective tool for the diagnosis of heavy or irregular periods, a condition known as menorrhagia or Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (AUB)

 

Gynaecological ultrasound for menorrhagia can identify structural abnormalities such as fibroids or polyps, which may be causing the heavy bleeding. Additionally, ultrasound can also help assess the thickness of the endometrium and detect any abnormalities in the uterus such as adhesions or malformations.

Ultrasound can also be helpful in identifying the cause of heavy periods in cases of hormonal imbalances or bleeding disorders, as it can assess the ovaries, uterus and cervix to detect any causes of heavy periods. Transvaginal ultrasound is especially beneficial as it provides better visualisation of the uterus and ovaries, and can detect small fibroids or polyps that may be contributing to the heavy menstrual bleeding.

In cases AUB is experienced in the postmenopausal period, this is classified as a warning sign for genital tract malignancy and therefore, urgent pelvic ultrasound is warranted to ensure the pelvic organs and the lining of the uterine cavity in particular, are assessed adequately. For more information see our page Private Uterine Cancer Treatment, London UK

Gynaecology Ultrasound for Heavy Periods
 

Gynaecology ultrasound for Ovarian Cysts and Cancers

In the case of ovarian cysts and cancer, a gynaecological ultrasound can provide valuable information about the size, shape, and location of any cysts on the ovaries, as well as any abnormalities or signs of cancer. 

For more information see our page Private Ovarian Cancer Screening UK.

 

Gynaecology ultrasound for Fertility
 

In the case of fertility, a gynaecological ultrasound can provide valuable information about the uterus, ovaries, and other reproductive organs, which can help to determine if there are any issues that may be impacting a woman's ability to conceive. For more information see our page private fertility clinics London.


Reasons to Choose The Rylon Clinic
 

Mr Naji has been successfully helping couples have children since 2015

As a result he understands how distressing the journey can be for women and their partners

Coupling this care with a wide-ranging experience of investigating and treating infertility he can provide the appropriate advice, medical treatment, or where necessary, surgery. 

 

A "One Stop Gynaecology Clinic"

Here at the Rylon clinic we offer a one-stop gynaecology clinic with advanced gynaecology scanning.

 

This is essential when conducting any gynaecology consultation. Once you have an accurate gynaecological scan, it becomes much easier to assess and treat any underlying fertility issues that may be preventing pregnancy.

For patients requiring assisted (IVF) conception without gynaecological treatment, the Rylon Clinic can arrange treatment at one of the recommended best fertility clinics in the UK, equipped with state-of-the-art clinical facilities and the most advanced laboratory technologies. 

 

Mr Naji is bilingual in both English and fluent in Arabic and is therefore the ideal consultant for international patients. 

Mr Naji has an excellent reputation and several hospitals including the world renowned Guy's and St Thomas'.

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Ready To Start Getting Help and Answers?

We’re always happy to discuss your needs and questions. To do so simply contact the Rylon Clinic team. 

 

Call: +44 (0) 20 3128 7079,

email contact@rylonclinic.com

or complete the contact form above

To book an appointment, simply choose a suitable time using the calendar below and complete your details*You have the choice of either a video or a face-to-face consultation. Once your appointment is booked, you will be sent an email confirmation and text message detailing your appointment. 

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Gynaecology Ultrasound Centre in Harley Street London, UK
 

Mr Naji runs his clinic from several different locations in London these include:

 

The Harley Street Clinic, 

Devonshire Diagnostic Centre

16 Devonshire Street

London< UK W1G 7AF

 

Royal Brompton &

Harefield Hospitals

77 Wimpole Street

Marylebone 

London, UK W1G 9RU

 

The Princess Grace Hospital

42-52 Nottingham Place

London, UK W1U 5NY

The Lister Hospital

Chelsea Bridge Rd,

London, UK SW1W 8RH

Author: Mr Naji
 

Mr Naji offers a “one-stop” gynaecology clinic for instant detection of various gynaecological cancers as well as providing all the diagnostic and treatment services needed under one roof.

 

Mr Naji provides advanced gynaecology scanning which is essential when conducting any gynaecology consultation, he is bilingual in English and Arabic and has an NHS base at the highly reputable Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital London.

He is passionate about raising awareness of various subtle signs and symptoms of gynaecological cancers that are often overlooked by patients.

You can read more about Mr Naji on his about page here.

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Mr Naji is approved by all major medical insurers

Aetna Private Medical Health Insurance
Allianz Private Medical Health Insurance
Rylon Clinic Private Health Insurance
AXA Health Private Health Insurance at Rylon Clinic
BUPA Private Medical Health Insurance
Cigna Private Medical Health Insurance
Aetna Private Medical Health Insurance
healix Private Medical Health Insurance
Vitality Private Medical Health Insurance

Professional Affiliations

The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust Logo
European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy Logo
British Fertility Society Logo
Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists Logo
British Menopause Society Logo
Miscarriage Association Logo
The European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology Logo
The British Society for Coloposcopy & Cervical Pathology Logo
British Gynaecological Cancer Society Logo
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