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Gynaecology Services London

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Gynaecology services

Mr Kunde provides advice and treatment for a range of gynaecological conditions. He is available to consult at the Shard three times a week but also sees patients for urgent consultations throughout the week. The gynaecology services Mr Kunde offers include well woman checks, treatments for fibroids and endometriosis, abnormal smear treatment and colposcopy, fertility assessments, recurrent miscarriage testing and treatment, treatments for ovarian cysts and polycystic ovaries, laparoscopic surgery including hysterectomy.

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Well woman check

Mr Kunde provides comprehensive advice about sexual and reproductive health including advice about contraception. The well woman check includes general and pelvic examination and tests such as cervical smear test and pelvic ultrasound scan when indicated.

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Fibroids are benign swellings in the womb that can pause painful and heavy periods and reduce the chances of falling pregnant. The symptoms of fibroids may be able to be treated using medicines but the only way to remove fibroids is through surgery. Mr Kunde can advise the appropriate treatment for you and is an expert in myomectomy (the surgery that removes fibroids). 

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Endometriosis is a debilitating condition caused by growth of cells from the womb lining (endometrium) on structures outside the womb. These cells go through the same monthly changes as the womb lining itself, thus resulting in bleeding into the body cavity and inflammation which causes pain. Mr Kunde can advise on the appropriate treatment for you.

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Abnormal smear treatment and colposcopy

If you are between 25 and 65, regular cervical screening is essential to detect pre-cancerous cells in your cervix. Although most women get a normal result, if abnormal cells are found, this allows you to receive early treatment to prevent the development of cervical cancer. If you do receive an abnormal smear result, understanding the results of your test, the other investigations available and the treatment you may receive is helpful.

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Fertility assessment

Although achieving a healthy weight, eating a balanced diet, cutting out alcohol and cigarettes, and taking regular exercise can all enhance your fertility, if you are still struggling to conceive despite following this advice, there could be an underlying reason why you are finding it difficult to get pregnant. If you are unable to conceive after a year, Mr Kunde can help you to identify the cause of your difficulties conceiving and advise on the most suitable treatment.

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Recurrent miscarriage treatment

Unfortunately, around 15-20% of detected pregnancies end in a miscarriage and around 1% of couples suffer recurrent miscarriages. Although you may experience spotting, bleeding or abdominal pain when miscarrying, some women have no symptoms, and they only discover their pregnancy ended during a routine ultrasound. Even though a miscarriage is an upsetting and frightening experience, understanding more about pregnancy loss can help you during this difficult time and it is reassuring to know that the majority of couples go on to have a healthy pregnancy following their loss.

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Ovarian cyst

Ovarian cysts usually don’t produce symptoms and don’t last long, so treatment isn’t necessary in most cases. However, a cyst on your ovary may also develop due to abnormal cell growth, though most of these are benign. If you have a large cyst, a cyst that ruptures or one that stops the flow of blood to your ovaries, symptoms are likely and you may require surgical intervention.

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Polycystic ovaries

An estimated 5 to 10% of women in the UK are thought to have polycystic ovaries. With this condition, you have multiple fluid-filled sacs on your ovaries. These cysts occur when the developing egg follicles don’t release an egg and instead form swollen chambers on your ovaries. Having polycystic ovaries can affect your menstrual cycle, fertility and your health, so it is important you get prompt diagnosis and treatment.

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Laparoscopic Surgery

You may have a laparoscopy for either diagnosis or treatment of a gynaecological problem. Having a laparoscopic procedure avoids making a sizable cut in your stomach, as instead you will have between two and four smaller cuts in your abdomen. As a result you will experience less pain, have a shorter hospital stay, a quicker recovery and have smaller scars. Mr Kunde is extremely experienced in laparoscopic surgery working as a trainer as well as a surgeon.
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Laparascopic hysterectomy

A laparoscopic hysterectomy is similar to an abdominal hysterectomy. However, the operation is performed through several small incisions (usually less than 1 cm) made to your abdomen instead of one larger incision. It is also known as ‘keyhole surgery’. This can help to speed up recovery times.

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Mr Kunde’s Gynaecology Services

Mr Kunde has 30 years experience in obstetrics and gynaecology services. He is a senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospital in London with significant experience in laparoscopic surgery. 

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To make an appointment to see Mr Kunde at London Bridge Hospital or the Westminster Maternity Suite contact Lesley Walker on 07856 813806 

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