Pelvic pain

Pelvic pain

What causes pelvic pain?

There are many causes of pelvic pain such as endometriosis, ovarian cysts or fibroids. Most women experience symptoms at some point in their lives however when it affects your quality of life it is time to seek help.


We can offer full diagnostic services to help discover the cause of your pain and then work out a treatment plan going forward. 

If you’d like to talk more with us about what we can do for you, please get in touch.

During General Health Check



Women’s Health Check

Sometimes you just want to make sure that everything is as it should be. We offer a general women’s health check with comprehensive feedback, advice and support.


The Smear Test

Nearly all abnormal smears show no more than minor changes in cells on the cervix (the neck) of the womb). These changes act as an early warning sign that over time, cervical cancer may develop if the minor changes are not managed appropriately.



HPV stands for the human papilloma or wart virus. The name refers to a common group of viruses that can infect the skin, the genitals and the mouth and throat. HPV is important because the viruses are linked to the development of some cancers.



CIN refers to pre-cancerous changes in the cervix that have been seen on colposcopy examination. These changes can also be known as dysplasia or SIL, which stands for Squamous Intraepithelial Lesions. We often describe CIN in more simple terms: ‘Cervix; In the skin; New cells’.