Dyspareunia (pronounced dis-par-oo-nee-ar) is the medical term for difficult/painful sexual intercourse. This condition affects 10-20% women at some point in their lives. We asked our gynaecologist Mr Paul Carter about dyspareunia, how to tackle it and what causes it in the first place.
A colposcopy is commonly performed after a cervical smear has shown presence of abnormal cells, but what do the results of one actually mean? Expert colposcopist Mr Paul Carter explains how results are interpreted, and when treatment is indicated following a colposcopy examination.
Colposcopy is commonly performed after a cervical smear which has shown presence of abnormal cells. Before you go in for your colposcopy test, it's normal that you might experience some nerves or worry about the procedure. Here, expert Mr Paul Carter talks to Top Doctors about what it involves.