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21-11-2011, 21:20   #1
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Anyone had gynae treatment at the RHH? If so who was the consultant and would you recommend them?
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21-11-2011, 21:25   #2
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Dr Jah and she was brilliant
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21-11-2011, 21:25   #3
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depends what sort of treatment it is

they all specialise in different aspects of gynaecology
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21-11-2011, 21:36   #4
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Professor ledger and dr metwally at jessops about 6 years since.
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22-11-2011, 21:22   #5
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Who does laprascopic surgery- or has a particular interest in it.
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23-11-2011, 06:49   #6
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dr connor a female she operated on me in september she is brilliant explaines everything before op and visits you after to say how it went,cant fault her at all
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23-11-2011, 08:10   #7
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Yes, Mr Baxter for endometriosis and he's superb.
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23-11-2011, 08:45   #8
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Yep, I was treated by Mr Paterson as an inpatient at the RHH and couldn't fault his treatment or the care offered by the nurses, despite the fact that I wasn't a good patient and insisted on breaking all their rules.
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23-11-2011, 08:51   #9
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dr conner,a very painfull operation at the time,but was worth it in the end.
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23-11-2011, 10:55   #10
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Dr Jha absolutely brilliant but she is very popular so you may have a bit longer wait to see her.
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23-11-2011, 12:14   #11
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Mr gillespie is good i saw him privetly but i know he works there too
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25-11-2011, 08:49   #12
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I saw Dr. Jha at Claremont Hospital last week on 'NHS Choose and Book' on Tuesday pm (no waiting time). She was very reassuring and excellent. Many people do not know that we can see a consultant in a private hospital on NHS for free. I found her from this forum and looked at her website- swatijha.com
I hope this is helpful for others :-)

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25-11-2011, 12:34   #13
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I've had two laps at the RHH, one done by Professor Li and one by Dr Skull.

They were both really lovely to deal with and the nurses were amazing.

If you're going in for a lap, don't worry about it. Just take it steady for the first few days and you'll be fine.
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25-11-2011, 14:32   #14
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I think Dr. Jha also does laparoscopic surgery. You can make further inquiry via her website. Good luck.
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25-11-2011, 14:39   #15
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I've had two laps at the RHH, one done by Professor Li and one by Dr Skull.

They were both really lovely to deal with and the nurses were amazing.

If you're going in for a lap, don't worry about it. Just take it steady for the first few days and you'll be fine.
I used to see professor Li privetly also but got moved to mrs gillespie because he is a cancer specialist
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25-11-2011, 14:47   #16
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I've had two laps at the RHH, one done by Professor Li and one by Dr Skull.

They were both really lovely to deal with and the nurses were amazing.

If you're going in for a lap, don't worry about it. Just take it steady for the first few days and you'll be fine.
You'll want to be careful referring to laparoscopy as a lap, as the operation where they open you up is known as a laparotomy.
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25-11-2011, 15:20   #17
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Dr Jivraj who was also brilliant. Kept me well informed was sympathetic and went through everything thoroughly and actually listened in appointments and explained everything thoroughly. Had surgery from her too which I was pleased with. Incidentally I also found that when sorting out appointments, getting results etc the gynae admin team were really helpful and efficient.
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25-11-2011, 15:43   #18
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I'm having my lap done in December by Mr Lashan. He was absolutely wonderful throughout the consultation process (still a bit nervous though...) x
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25-11-2011, 15:47   #19
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I'm having my lap done in December by Mr Lashan. He was absolutely wonderful throughout the consultation process (still a bit nervous though...) x
It will be okay they thought they wouldn't find anything when they did mine and i ended up with 3 holes and quite a big op doing because i had very wide spread adhesions and endrometiosis . Had it 6 years but my stupid docs told me i had ibs even though i was really poorly all the time and in agony. It took me about 2 weeks to recover well that was till i was more mobile another week after that for the bloating to go down. Still recovering from it now and had it done in march but id have it done again if i needed to as i feel really well now. But you will be fine
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