Take a moment to look after yourself. After all, your health is your most essential asset.
And it's important that you start now.
From puberty onward, you may be susceptible to certain conditions and experience symptoms which can affect your quality of life.
Are you among the 62% of women who say they don't have time to find out about being healthy?([FOOTNOTE=http://www.adweek.com/brand-marketing/why/healthcare-advertisers-should-really-consider-womens-perspectives-campaigns-170987/],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=http://www.adweek.com/brand-marketing/why/healthcare-advertisers-should-really-consider-womens-perspectives-campaigns-170987/])
Up to 90% of household healthcare decisions are made or influenced by women, who usually shoulder responsibility for the whole family.([FOOTNOTE=https://www.medicalwebexperts.com/blog/engaging-women-in-healthcare-marketing/],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=https://www.medicalwebexperts.com/blog/engaging-women-in-healthcare-marketing/])
In a busy life that may involve juggling multiple roles, looking after your own health can go often to the bottom of the list.
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding affects 14-25% of women of reproductive age([FOOTNOTE=L.Whataker et. Al. Abnormal uterine bleeding. Best Practice & Research Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology Volume 34. July 2016. Pages 54-65],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]).
In the UK, over 800.000 women seek advice for AUB annually3.
Learn more about Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
Endometriosis affects an estimated 10% of women of reproductive age([FOOTNOTE=Rogers PAW et al. Priorities for Endometriosis Research: Recommendations. From an International Consensus Workshop. Reprod Sci 2009; 16:335-346. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1933719108330568],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])
Learn more about Endometriosis
We believe that all women deserve to be fully informed and know when to seek advice.
After all, it's your body.
Your health. Your priority.
|City||Hospital Name||Chief of the GYN Departments|
|Birmingham||Birmingham Heartlands Hospital||Dr Pratima Gupta|
|Birmingham||Birmingham Womens||Mr Yousri Afifi|
|Cambridge||Addenbrookes Hospital||Mr Saikat Banerjee|
|Cardiff||Cardiff and Vale University Hospital||Mr Anthony Griffiths|
|Derby||Royal Derby Hospital||Mr Anish Bali|
|Devon||Royal Devon Hospital||Mr Mike Hanneman or Miss Lisa Joels|
|Edinburgh||Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh||Dr Stuart Jack|
|Glasgow||Greater Glasgow and Clyde Hospital||Dr Alan Mathers|
|Hull||Hull Royal Hospital||Mrs Jane Allen|
|Kent||East Kent University Hospital||Mr Andy Nordin|
|Leeds||Leeds University Hospital||Miss Tracy Jackson|
|Lincoln||Lincoln County Hospital||Mr Odiri Oteri|
|London||Chelsea and Westminster Hospital||Ms Claudine Domoney|
|London||Imperial College London||Ms Deborah Gould|
|London||University College London Hospital||Mr Tim Mould|
|Manchester||Central Manchester University Hospital||Dr Gail Busby|
|Newcastle||Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospital||Mr Tony Chalhoub|
|Norwich||Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital||Mr Nikolaos Burbos|
|Nottingham||University of Nottingham Hospital||Miss Andree Ellis|
|Poole||Poole Hospital||Mr Tim Hillard|
|Stoke on Trent||University Hospital of North Midlands||Mr Charles Redman|
|Swindon||Great Western Hospital||Mr John Cullimore|