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Menopause Isn’t Just A Woman’s Problem: Let’s Talk About LGBTQ+ Health

17th June 2022

Menopause poses multiple problems and concerns for billions of people over the world. It is important that we talk about LGBTQ+ health in relation to menopause and other issues. Being Pride Month, we couldn’t think of a better time to re-spark a true, open conversation.  Our experts have been discussing the struggles that transgender men  … Continue reading


The Surrey Park Clinic Donating To Sands – Helping Grieving Families

15th June 2022

This June, The Surrey Park Clinic is donating 5% of all revenue from pregnancy scans booked at the clinic to Sands, a charity that helps grieving families following the death of a baby. This is part of our ongoing commitment to support local communities and families on their journey to parenthood. Sands provides vital support  … Continue reading

Counselling and therapy

Why We Need To Break The Stigma Around Counselling & Therapy

6th June 2022

Mental health has often been viewed as a taboo topic, and many people feel uncomfortable discussing it. This is especially true when it comes to counselling and therapy. There are many misconceptions about these services, and people often think that they are only for “crazy” people. This could not be further from the truth! In  … Continue reading

pelvic floor

Why Is The Pelvic Floor So Important?

3rd May 2022

I’m sure you’ve heard of the pelvic floor. If you’ve had children, you were probably told, in passing, to ‘do your pelvic floor exercises’, maybe without any other instruction or explanation. It’s not just after babies that the pelvic floor is important, however.  Women, and men, can experience pelvic floor issues at any stage in  … Continue reading

women's health physiotherapy

Women’s Health Physiotherapy: Why We’re Launching Our New Service

15th March 2022

The team at The Surrey Park Clinic are really excited to announce that we will be launching a brand new service from March 31st 2022. Following a host of feedback from patients, we are going to be offering Women’s Health Physiotherapy.  To celebrate, we are also offering a FREE 15-minute drop-in session for you to  … Continue reading

Why You Should Be Celebrating International Women’s Day 2022

8th March 2022

Tuesday 8th March is set this year for International Women’s Day 2022. It is a worldwide event that celebrates the achievements of women. Since the early 1900s, we have been recognising the political, economic and social accolades of women all over and using this as a time to strive for gender equality.  As specialists in  … Continue reading

Can I have more than one embryo put back during embryo transfer?

28th February 2022

We promoted the ‘One at a Time’ in 2007 to tackle the high multiple birth rate following IVF treatment. We aim for a single embryo transfer with our patients to reduce the risk of multiple pregnancies as this can come with increased risks to mother and baby. We discuss the single embryo transfer policy where  … Continue reading

Harmony screening / NIPT

24th February 2022

Harmony screening is a non-invasive screening test for certain Chromosomal abnormalities (Downs syndrome, Edwards syndrome and Patau’s syndrome) and can be performed as early as 10 weeks gestation and up to 21 weeks 6 days. It has a high sensitivity of detecting an anomaly (98-99%) and therefore many ladies opt to have it performed for  … Continue reading

Pregnancy Scan – Full Bladder or Not?

23rd February 2022

Many patients coming for pregnancy scans wonder about preparation. From 6- 8 weeks gestation we would normally recommend having a transvaginal (internal) scan to see the baby clearly. For this type of examination, the patient is asked to empty their bladder. For scans 9+ weeks we can often do the scan abdominally (across the tummy)  … Continue reading

HCG Pregnancy Blood Test: Do I need one?

9th February 2022

What is an HCG Blood Test? By H Boys (Registered Nurse)   Firstly, if you have just found out you are pregnant CONGRATULATIONS!!! An HCG blood test can identify the presence and level of the pregnancy hormone Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin in a woman’s own blood sample. This is the same hormone that is picked up  … Continue reading