London based gynaecologist, Mr Arvind Vashisht follows on from his previous article about surgical options and alternative treatments to explain how the operation for vaginal prolapse is carried out and what to expect during the recovery period.
If you have been diagnosed with vaginal prolapse, you may need to decide whether surgery is the right option for you, or whether an alternative form of treatment is better. One of our top gynaecologists Mr Arvind Vashisht explains everything you need to know about the risks, benefits and complications of surgery and what alternative treatments there are.
Type “menopause treatment” into Google and you’ll get over 50 million results – so how do you know what works? Consultant Gynaecologist Mr Arvind Vashisht completed his doctoral thesis in hormonal replacements therapies, and is here to explain the main treatments on offer.
Why does the menopause happen, and why does it seem to affect people differently? We spoke to Mr Arvind Vashisht, a leading consultant gynaecologist based in London.
Vaginal prolapse is a fairly common condition that not only affects older women, but can affect young women too, and many women will experience some degree of vaginal prolapse during their lifetime. Here, leading consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, Mr Arvind Vashisht explains the symptoms, causes, and treatment options.
Many women suffer from endometriosis, where the tissue that normally lines the inside of the womb is found in other parts of the body. Our expert obstetrician and gynaecologist Mr Arvind Vashisht discusses just who it can affect and the treatment options available.
Endometriosis is a common condition affecting women, and often goes undiagnosed. Mr Arvind Vashisht explains how to recognise the symptoms and how the condition can be treated.