To find out more about this condition, we spoke with Mr Mahantesh Karoshi (who is a women's health expert) to talk about the different stages of endometriosis, their characteristics, severity and whether pregnancy can actually reduce symptoms of endometriosis. Endometriosis can range from small clumps of tissue to severe adhesions and a large number of cysts.
Uterine fibroids are a common concern in women of fertile age. They can cause multiple bleeding and pain-related symptoms as well as harm different aspects of a woman’s life. Mr Mahantesh Karoshi provides a guide to help you decide if the surgical removal of fibroids is right for you.
Distinguishing between a painful period and endometriosis can be tricky, we wanted some clarification on the symptoms so we got in contact with the highly experienced obstetrician and gynaecologist, Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, to discuss this condition. We discussed how bad the pain is and where the endometrial lesions are usually found.
In most cases, ovarian cysts can clear up on their own. However, often patients end up having ovarian torsion. We spoke to Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, a leading consultant gynaecologist, to discuss how ovarian cyst surgery can help. Discover the answers to some of the commonly asked questions regarding cyst surgery.
The use of Metformin and its side-effects can be confusing for women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) since there is a lot of misunderstanding circulating about it's contribution to weight loss and whether you should continue using it if you become pregnant. Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, a London-based women’s health expert and gynaecologist clears this all up for us.
Vaginal infections (vaginitis) occur in most women during their lifetime and can be extremely uncomfortable. We spoke with Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, a leading women's health expert and consultant gynaecologist to find out more information on how to maintain a healthy vagina.
A woman can be completely unaware that they have PCOS and then they start trying to conceive and realise that there is suddenly a problem in trying to get pregnant. We spoke to expert gynaecologist Mr Karoshi on the links between PCOS and how it affects fertility.
Vaginal atrophy often happens after the menopause. It can also happen to women who breastfeed, take breast cancer medications or have recurrence risk-reducing intervention such as the removal of both ovaries. Symptoms of vaginal atrophy include dryness and thinning of the vaginal skin Over the past ten years, a new treatment has been developed and is now used by leading consultant gynaecologists worldwide. Mr Mahantesh, a top consultant gynaecologist based in London, spoke with us and shared with us some ways it can be treated.
For some women who have heavy periods every month or who bleed in between their next cycle, it can be really frustrating but could also be signs of a uterine polyp. Leading gynaecologist Mr Mahantesh Karoshi explains more about the excessive growths found in the uterine lining and whether they need to be removed.