The most common women's health questions asked of a gynaecologist are:-
When should I seek professional advice?
What are reproductive hormones and how is the menstrual cycle controlled?
How can I tell which will be the best treatment for me?
Women's health problems and related questions are extremely common.
There are seldom simple answers to these questions.
These are all very personal and intimate matters that are rarely
discussed with others.
Information for Patients
Developments in Women's health issues:
Mankind doubles its knowledge every ten years. There have been astonishing developments in women's health since I qualified nearly forty years ago. I plan to discuss some of these developments in my forthcoming newsletters.
To give one example, during my first training post in gynaecology, we had to remove the remaining Fallopian tube of a woman as she was having her second ectopic pregnancy. In those days it was standard practice to remove the tube and we celebrated the fact that it was a sucessful life saving opertion. The operation sadly sterilized the woman who was desparate for a child. The couple wanted to know how they could have a child but sadly their only option at that time their only option was adoption. Ten years later, in vitro fertilization - IVF was developed to overcome tubal infertility. The first IVF baby is now in her thirties.
There has been a revolution in information technology. This has benefited the medical profession who have ready access to details of the latest research. Patients similarly have open access to this information and seek greater involvement in discussions about their investigations and treatment options. We shall be discussing developments in:-
We all know the main bad things that affect women's health. The main three obvious ones are to stop smoking, improve diet and increase exercise.
|SEO Courses - London
Please BookMark this website so that others may find us.
If you have found useful information on this website, please assist us to bring it to the attention of others by bookmarking it on your favourite bookmarking program:
This is the personal website of David A Viniker MD FRCOG, retired Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist - Specialist Interests - Reproductive Medicine including Infertility, PCOS, PMS, Menopause and HRT.
David Viniker qualified from University College Hospital London. with M.B., B.S. He became a Fellow of the RCOG, London and received his doctorate (MD) from the University of London
His training included posts at UCH, London: The London Hospital (Now the Royal London Hospital, The Hammersmith Hospital, London; The Leicester Royal Infirmary.
The aim of this web site is to provide a general guide and it is not intended as a substitute for a consultation with an appropriate specialist in respect of individual care and treatment.
David Viniker retired from active clinical practice in 2012.
David Viniker retired from clinical medicine in 2012. He now researches website promotion with search engine optimisation. He has developed a program that shows you the keywords your website should be targeting. If you would like to promote your webpages visit his website to be 1 on Google. His latest websites include - alphaseo, behavioraladvice, bestbroadwaylive, design-about, evidence-based-seo, freewebhosting4u, gineducation, gomechina, googleadsensesite, internet and computers, londonhistorynetwork, optimediacc, understandingdyslexia, androidgator, hear-tlc, page1 on Google, gladiator-footwear, innova-media.co. london-home-counties my-hobbies
Book by Author of www.2womenshealth.com
Major Development Contributing to Better Obstetric and Gynaecological Outcomes
Famous Contributors to Obstetrics and Gynaecology
William Blair-Bell (1861- 1936)
William Frances Victor Bonney (Victor Bonney) (1872 - 1953)
Ian Donald (1910-1987)
Robert Edwards (1925-)
William Harvey (1578 - 1657)
- Birth Control
- Bladder symptoms
- Cancer in Women
- Children and Teenagers
- Diet / Weight Loss
- Medication Drugs
- Painful Sex
- Pap Smear Test
- Pelvic Pain
- Self Esteem
- Sexual Problems
- Vaginal Discharge
- Vaginal Prolapse
- Vulval symptoms