In most cases, ovarian cysts are benign and can clear up on their own without treatment. We've asked one of our consultant gynaecologists Mr Sandeep Sharma for his expert opinion as to why an ovarian cyst may occur in the first place, how it is detected and how it can be treated.
Diplopia is what eye specialists call double vision, a condition that can affect both eyes or just one and causes a person to see two images of a single object. Miss Stephanie West, an ophthalmologist who specialises in treating this condition, outlines what diplopia is and how it can affect people's daily lives.
Endometriosis is when a specific tissue (endometrium) grows outside your uterus, rather than inside it. This challenging condition can pose risks to your fertility if left undetected and untreated. Mr Borase explains in this article why it's so difficult to detect and what treatment is available for those affected.
Here one of our top dentists Dr Amit Mohindra shares the latest in dental implant technologies and also explains whether infection can occur around the implant and what you can do to avoid gum disease.
As a parent it’s natural to worry if your child isn’t growing as fast as you would expect, or is falling behind their friends at school. While in many cases short stature is due to short parental heights, some children can be affected by conditions that interfere with their normal growth. In this article leading endocrinologist Dr Helen Spoudeas explains what these conditions are, and whether undernutrition plays a role.
As a parent, it can be daunting to hear your little one wheezing or making different breathing noises. We've asked one of our top respiratory physicians Dr Chinedu Nwokoro for his specialist opinion on the possible causes of wheezing babies and when it's time to see a doctor.
If you're living with mild to moderate glaucoma, it may be worth talking to your eye specialist to see if you're a suitable candidate to have the iStent implant, which is used to help lower eye pressure. Here, one of our top ophthalmologists Mr Shabbir Mohamed explains everything that you can expect from the procedure.
Patients with Addison's disease need to take hormone replacement medication for life, or they risk their symptoms getting progressively worse and even suffering a life-threatening condition known as an Addisonian crisis. Dr Rasha Mukhtar gives us an overview of this rare disease and what an Addisonian crisis might look like.
Hip replacement surgery is on the rise. More and more people are going under the knife to replace a damaged hip to improve their range of motion and overall quality of life. But why do people get hip replacements and can more conservative treatments be an alternative? Mr Pramod Achan explains.