Women's Health in Oxford



How we can help navigate your gynaecological health journey

Between the range of expertise of our consultants and dedication to creating a positive and empowering patient experience, Gynaecology Care Oxford stands out as one of the preeminent centres for women's health in Oxford.

Here you can find out more about the types of conditions our private gynaecologists in Oxford can treat, and the outpatient treatments used to investigate and address them.

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Endometriosis is a painful but unfortunately common condition that affects millions of women worldwide, manifesting in pelvic pain, severe menstrual cramps, painful sexual intercourse and difficulties in getting pregnant.

Gynaecology Care Oxford understands the debilitating effect this can have on your life, and offers a comprehensive approach to managing your condition. This may include holistic options to manage pain, medical/hormonal therapies and minimally-invasive surgical interventions.





Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous growth that develop within the walls of the womb. While it can be asymptomatic for some women, others experience pelvic pain, heavy bleeding, abdominal swelling and pressure symptoms affecting the bowel and bladder.

We offer a personalised approach to treating fibroids, taking into account your individual needs, the extent of your condition and your medical history. This can include medical therapies or surgery by a hysteroscopic, keyhole or open approach.




Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs that can develop on one or both ovaries. While many cysts cause no problems and can disappear on their own, others can lead to uncomfortable symptoms like bloating, swelling of the lower belly and pelvic pain.

Gynaecology Care Oxford offers a personalised approach to ovarian cyst management, working closely with you to diagnose the cyst, provide symptom management strategies and develop a treatment plan.

Ovarian Cysts



Gynaecological Cancer Services

Gynaecological cancer can be an overwhelming subject, whether you have been recently diagnosed or have specific concerns you would like to discuss.

Our experienced gynaecologists in Oxford offer both a screening service, using a variety of tests to identify potential concerns at the earliest stage (if possible), and personalised treatment plans.

Gynaecological Cancer



Vulval Problems

Vulval problems are far from uncommon, given that they have a wide range of potential causes, and can significantly impact your daily life and wellbeing.

We understand how frustrating and concerning these symptoms can be, and can develop a personalised treatment plan that addresses your specific needs. This can include medical or topical treatments, recommended lifestyle modifications and, in some cases, minimally invasive surgeries.

Vulval Problems



Abnormal Smears

An abnormal smear can be unsettling, and it's perfectly normal to feel anxious or worried. We understand the importance of clear communication and support throughout the follow-up process.

We're here to guide you through the following steps by explaining the results, providing emotional support and outlining the next steps which may include a  ccolposcopy and treatment to the cervix.

Abnormal Smears



Menstrual Problems

Heavy periods, painful periods and irregular bleeding are both disruptive to our lives and tend to play on our mind.

Our gynaecological specialists understand the impact that menstrual problems can have, and are dedicated to both finding the cause of the symptoms and getting your life back on track via personalised medical and sometimes surgical procedures.

Menstrual Problems



Gynaecology Care Oxford's Outpatient services

We are experienced, trained and equipped to prescribe and provide a range of treatments to investigate and treat your gynaecological problems.

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This minimally invasive procedure allows us to closely examine your cervix, vagina, and vulva for abnormalities. It can be used to diagnose conditions like HPV or precancerous changes. It is typically required after you have had an abnormal smear test.


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With a hysteroscopy, we use a thin, lighted telescope to view the inside of your womb. This helps diagnose conditions like fibroids, polyps, or abnormalities of the womb lining which are contributing to abnormal uterine bleeding.

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Vulval Biopsy

In some cases, a small tissue sample may be needed from the vulva (external genitalia) to diagnose skin conditions or unusual lesions.


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Intrauterine Device (IUD) Insertion

IUDs are a long-acting, reversible form of birth control. We offer IUD insertion in a comfortable and efficient setting utilising local anaesthesia. This could be a hormonal or copper device, depending on your preferences.

*More information for the above will be provided by your gynaecologist following a consultation.