Monday, 26 September 2016

Vaginal Repair Surgery Harpenden

Are you suffering from vaginal prolapse where your bladder or urethra has slipped down into your vagina? Then you may require anterior vaginal wall repair – a surgical procedure which is intended to tighten the front wall of the vagina, helping the bladder or urethra to stay in its proper place. You're more likely to suffer from vaginal prolapse if you have a high BMI or are pregnant; have had a vaginal delivery; strain during bowel movements; or do heavy lifting. If you're seeking vaginal repair surgery in Harpenden or the surrounding areas, look no further than Mr Abdalla Fayyad. As a highly experienced Consultant Gynaecological Surgeon, he has performed this surgery many times before, helping countless women to overcome this condition. Mr Fayyad is a Consultant in Gynaecology and Urogynaecology at Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and also sees private patients at his clinics in Hertfordshire and London.

The Symptoms of Vaginal Prolapse

Many cases of vaginal prolapse of symptomless, however, some women experience pain during sexual intercourse; fullness or discomfort in the vagina; a pulling feeling in the pelvic area; lower backache; frequent urination; and stress incontinence. If have any of these symptoms, you may require vaginal repair surgery. Browse the website to find out more.

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Anterior Repair London

Have you noticed symptoms such as pain during sexual intercourse, discomfort in your vagina, pulling or heaviness in your pelvic region, lower backache, frequent urination or stress incontinence? Then it's possible that you have vaginal prolapse. This occurs when your bladder or urethra slips down into your vagina. A surgical procedure called anterior repair may be required in order to tighten the front wall of your vagina. Tightening these muscles and soft tissues helps your bladder or urethra stay in the correct position. If you're seeking the services of a Consultant Gynaecological Surgeon who has carried out this surgery successfully many times before, look no further than Mr Abdalla Fayyad. He provides anterior repair in London and has forged an excellent reputation in the field.

What are the Causes of Prolapse?

If you've been told you have vaginal prolapse, you may be wondering what has caused this. A number of factors can contribute to this condition, including pregnancy, delivering a baby vaginally, being overweight, straining during bowel movements, participating in heavy lifting and having a chronic cough. Fortunately, thanks to anterior repair surgery, vaginal prolapse is easier than ever to rectify. Take a look around the website to find out more.

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Faecal Incontinence London

Faecal incontinence is an inability to control bowel movements, leading to involuntary soiling. For some people, this occurs on a daily basis, whilst for others it may only happen from time to time. It is a common condition, and it's thought that as many as one in 10 people will be affected by it at some point in their life. Faecal incontinence can be upsetting and difficult to cope with, however, there are a wide range of treatments available that have proven to be very effective. Whilst some cases do respond well to lifestyle and dietary changes; exercise programmes ;and medication, others require surgery, of which there are number of different options. If you're seeking a surgeon who specialises in faecal incontinence in London, look no further than Mr Abdalla Fayyad. He has helped countless people to overcome this distressing condition.

A Friendly and Professional Service

More and more people are choosing Mr Abdalla Fayyad when they require surgery for faecal incontinence. This is due to his excellent reputation for providing patients with a compassionate, friendly and highly professional service. Take a look around the website to find out more about Mr Abdalla Fayyad and his clinical services.