Mr Paul Curtis MBChB FRCOG
Call: 01483 451669
A miscarriage is the loss of a pregnancy during the first 23 weeks, however, most commonly occur within the first trimester (12 weeks).
Most miscarriages happen for no obvious reason and a lot of women will continue to have a healthy pregnancy in the future. However, some people will unfortunately experience several miscarriages and three in a row is classed as "recurrent miscarriage" and is usually investigated.
One in five women in the UK have polycystic ovaries which occurs when multiple small cysts develop within the ovaries.
The condition can have many unwelcome side effects such as irregular or absent periods, weight gain, acne, increased body hair and difficulties in conceiving.
Endometriosis affects as many as 1 in 10 women of child bearing age and 2 out of every 5 women struggling to conceive will be found to have the condition.
The condition occurs when fragments of the lining of the womb manage to travel to other parts of your body and then continue to bleed during your normal monthly cycle causing pain & discomfort.
As many as 60-70% of women will experience some degree of bladder incontinence at some point in their lives.
The condition can be very distressing and start to impact on your daily life but there are many treatment options available - both medical and surgical.
Below you will find a brief summary of a few of the areas that Mr Curtis specialises in. Please click through to the individual pages for more information on each condition. If your condition is not listed below please call and speak to someone directly on 01483 451669 or visit our contact us page.
Most women will have a period approximately every 28 days. However, some women experience menstrual problems in the form of:
A couple will be diagnosed as having unexplained infertility if they have not become pregnant within a year of trying to conceive.
In the UK approximately 15% of couples have some difficulty in conceiving and this can be due to a number of different factors.