During your consultation, you’ll have time to discuss your symptoms and your medical history, as well as asking any questions you may have. If any further diagnostic tests are required, such as a blood test or scan, these will be done straightaway. Your consultant will then discuss any recommended procedure with you, so you know exactly what to expect.
Throughout the whole process, our friendly and caring team will be on hand to put you at ease and make your experience with us as comfortable as possible.
An understanding approach
We are aware that women’s health is an extremely personal and intimate subject and we are determined to provide a service which is as stress-free as possible. Khalil Abdo understands how important it is for women’s concerns to be taken seriously and his sympathetic approach encourages patients to be open about their concerns.
“A woman might be struggling to conceive, suffering from debilitating menopause symptoms or trying to cope with painful periods,” says Khalil. “Others might want to check their fertility potential or are considering preserving their eggs for future use.
“Women need to be listened to and I find that if you take the time to build trust and to encourage openness, we will not only find out what the problem is, but we will also be able to do something about it.”
You can find out more about Greater Lancashire Hospital by visiting our website or social media pages. If you’d like to book a consultation to set you on the road to fast, effective treatment, please call the Hospital on 01772 663977.
Our leading Gynaecology consultant, Mr Khalil Abdo, is highly experienced and regarded in the area of Women’s health. We are able to offer a range of advice and treatment for patient’s who are struggling with all aspects of Women’s Health. Whether it be the menopause, peri-menopause, menstruation or fertility troubles, Mr Abdo is available to assess and seek answers for your reassurance.
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Our dedicated team will still be there for you during each step of your recovery, even once you have left the hospital if you have any queries or concerns. Our consultants will usually book a follow-up appointment with you before you are discharged from hospital, to see how you are doing.
Whilst it is rare occurrence, surgery does carry a risk of complications. These depend on the type of operation you have as well as a variety of other factors such as your overall general health. During your consultation/s your consultant will discuss the possible risks and complications of having this procedure, and how they may apply to you, and answer any concerns or questions you have.
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