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Regent Street Clinic™ is delighted to now offer a full range of gynaecological services at our Nottingham clinic, with our in-house consultant gynaecologists offering the following services:


- Advice about the different contraceptive methods


- Emergency contraception ("morning after pill")


- Contraceptive Implant insertion and removal


- IUD insertion and removal including the MIRENA coil


- Management of heavy / iregular periods


- PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)


- Endometriosis


- Fertility services - investigation of both partners including ovarian follicle assessment using ultrasound scanning


- Recurrent miscarriage


- Post-menopausal bleeding


- Sexual health screening


- Sexual dysfunction (including low libido)


- Dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse)


- Unexplained pelvic / lower abdominal pain


- Prolapse and pelvic floor problems


- HRT (hormone replacement therapy)


- Mammography (breast screening)


- Breast problems





The contraceptive implant is a small, flexible plastic rod that is placed just under the skin in the upper arm.


It releases the hormone progestogen to control your fertility, a similar to the hormone progesterone that women produce naturally in their ovaries.

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Key facts:


The contraceptive implant is over 99% effective.


The contraceptive implant is about 4cm long (about the size of a matchstick or hair pin), and is put under the skin in your upper arm by a doctor or nurse.


It is a method of long-acting reversible contraception (or LARC) which don’t rely on you remembering to take them.


Once it is put in, it protects against pregnancy for three years, or until you have it taken out.


It doesn't protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) so you will still need to use protection against STIs.

Key facts:


It's more than 99% effective.


It can be taken out at any time by a specially trained doctor or nurse.


It can make your periods lighter, shorter or stop altogether, so it may help women who have heavy or painful periods.


Some women may experience side effects, such as mood swings, skin problems or breast tenderness.


The IUS can be fitted at any time during your monthly menstrual cycle, as long as you're not pregnant.


The IUS doesn't protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs).



An IUS is a small, T-shaped plastic device that's put into the womb (uterus) by a doctor or nurse.


It releases the hormone progestogen to stop you getting pregnant and lasts for 3 to 5 years.


We use the MIRENA coil.

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Gynaecology is the study of the female reproductive system, its functions, disorders and diseases. It is very common for ladies to experience some kind of gynaecological problem in their lifetime and our gynaecological experts are UK trained specialist who will be able to help.


We have both male and female consultant gynaecologists and you will be see in a discrete and professional setting.


Currently we are offering this service at our Nottingham branch of Regent Street Clinic™, with a view to making the service available nationwide.


Gynaecological problems can include complaints such as menstrual problems, fibroids, problems getting pregnant, ovarian cysts, Endometriosis, menopause treatment and cervical polyps.


Consultant gynaecologists can also provide advice on contraception and pregnancy.


Common gynaecological operations include hysterectomy, laparoscopy and colposcopy.


It might be that you already know what the problem is and just want to access private treatment to sort it out, but more and more ladies nowadays experience symptoms that remain undiagnosed and just want a little investigation to put their mind at rest or simply get some answers.


Come and talk to us - we're here to help.