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13th February 2019

It’s never straightforward discovering that assisted conception is required, in order to have a family. The information available can be overwhelming and daunting and, at times, it’s difficult to even know where to begin. Infertility most certainly has a language of its own. There’s also an element of hopelessness and despair, when realising that future dreams  … Continue reading

Cancer Awareness and Colposcopy Open Evening

24th October 2018

To register for one of our free open evenings please email [email protected] or complete the form below.

Mr Jay Chatterjee

Welcome to Mr Jay Chatterjee

15th May 2018

As part of the development of the Surrey Park Clinic we are introducing more skilled consultants to offer our clients the very best in gynaecological and fertility care in Surrey, Hampshire and the surrounding areas. Mr Jay Chatterjee is a senior Consultant Gynaecologist and a Specialist in Gynaecological and Gynaecological-oncological care and surgeon operating at  … Continue reading

Period pain: It really can make women perform worse in their jobs

7th November 2017

Period pains can reduce women’s attention spans and make them “slightly slower or slightly less accurate”, according to psychologists. Women who are experiencing menstrual pains will also be less able to switch between multiple tasks, the University of Bath’s Department of Psychology found. The study, which claims to be the first of its kind to  … Continue reading

House prices and 9 other surprising things that can affect your fertility

7th October 2017

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development found that for every 10 per cent rise in house prices, the birth rate drops by 1.3 per cent. With one in seven couples (approximately 3.5 million people) experiencing fertility problems in the UK, and more and more women delaying pregnancy for work or financial reasons, the question  … Continue reading

New alternative to HRT for menopausal women cuts hot flushes by 75%

7th September 2017

A breakthrough drug could transform the lives of millions of women undergoing the menopause, cutting hot flushes and night sweats by nearly three quarters. The results, unveiled yesterday by British scientists, suggest the new drug could become an alternative treatment for the menopause. The Imperial College London team say the daily pills provide hope for  … Continue reading

Physically Demanding Jobs And Night Shifts ‘Linked To Poor Fertility In Women’

7th August 2017

Research found that a physically demanding job or work schedules outside of normal office hours may lower a woman’s ability to conceive. It is the first study of its kind to measure whether workplace factors might affect a woman’s biological capacity to have a baby. For the study, published in the journal ‘Occupational and Environmental  … Continue reading

Carol Vorderman opens up about the menopause and depression

7th June 2017

The 56-year-old credits her two children as being the only reason she managed to come out the other side, after feeling suicidal with her symptoms. The much-loved veteran presenter opened up about her battle with depression in a frank and tearful interview with Lorraine Kelly. Speaking about her six-month battle in 2015, she revealed it  … Continue reading

Testosterone on NHS ‘could help boost women’s libido’

7th September 2016

Nick Panay, from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, told a GPs’ conference that it could also improve women’s energy and mood. But he said there were no licensed testosterone products for women, who need much lower doses then men. Around one in three women is affected by the condition at some stage in  … Continue reading

Cervical screening ‘could save hundreds more lives’

7th February 2016

The lives of hundreds more cervical cancer patients could be saved if all those eligible went for screening, says a study published in the British Journal of Cancer. Nearly 2,000 women’s lives are saved as a result of cervical cancer screening in England each year, the report found. Researchers from Queen Mary University of London said  … Continue reading