Radio Interviews

Hysterectomy interview with Patricia Ntuli on SA FM radio

Hysterectomy procedure is surgical operation performed to remove the uterus (or womb).

Hysterectomy is very common surgery around the world and about one in five women will undergo a hysterectomy procedure by the age of 55. However, the number of hysterectomies are going down because of new treatments available to manage conditions that previously could only be cured with a hysterectomy.

Aesthetic Gynaecology interview with Patricia Ntuli on SA FM Radio

Aesthetic Gynaecology is a highly specialized surgery, also known as “Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery”. It can have multiple benefits including:

  • Tightening the vagina
  • Improved appearance of the genitals
  • Improved sensation from the vaginal area
  • Removing genital pain or discomfort
  • Altering the appearance of the vaginal lips
  • Reducing the size of the clitoral hood
  • G-spot enhancements for increased sexual sensation

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding interview with Patricia Ntuli on SA FM radio

Abnormal uterine bleeding, also known as dysfunctional uterine bleeding, is common for women of reproductive age. Bleeding in between menstrual periods is abnormal uterine bleeding. Menorrhagia or heavy menstrual bleeding is characterised by an increased amount of blood lost during the menstrual period. The normal menstrual period blood loss is around 80 to 120 millilitres, about five tablespoons. Excessive blood loss is, therefore, blood loss that requires a woman to change their pad every hour or less, as it gets soaked from the heavy flow.

Dyskaryosis interview with Maryam Mkwanda on Salaam Media Radio

Precancerous changes of the outer (squamous) cells of the cervix have the potential to turn into cancer if left untreated. In the cervix, these precancerous changes are called ‘Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia’ or CIN for short. There are different grades of CIN according to how severe the changes are, from CIN1 minor change referred to as Low-Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesions (LSIL) to CIN 2 and CIN 3 referred to as High-Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesions (HSIL).

The risk of CIN1 developing into cancer is very small, however, we know that CIN2 and CIN3 may develop into cancer in some cases if left untreated.

Labiaplasty & Vaginoplasty interview with Patricia Ntuli on SA FM Radio

Labiaplasty is the surgical correction of labia minora (small lips on the side of the genital area) or labia majora (large lips that usually cover small lips). Vaginoplasty is plastic surgery for the vagina, performed to strengthen the vaginal muscles.

The “Orgasm” shot interview with Patricia Ntuli on SA FM Radio

The Genital injection, or the O Shot / “Orgasm shot”, is a non-surgical procedure that can stimulate the vagina in a way that positively impacts orgasms. Up to 25% of women have orgasmic dysfunction, and there are few products on the market that are designed to help.

The O Shot procedure is performed in a doctor’s office by injecting the patient into the vaginal tissue. This then stimulates the growth of new cells in the injected areas, making those areas more sensitive to the touch.

Routine check-ups for women interview with Patricia Ntuli on SA FM Radio

Health is the most important part of our well-being and happiness. ⁣
Prevention of illnesses is certainly easier than treatment. ⁣

Healthy women should⁣
– Have ??? ????? every year from the age of 25 of within 3-5 years of becoming sexually active, whatever comes first⁣
– We also add ??? ???? to Pap smear from the age of 30 as the presence of HPV has much higher sensitivity in the prediction of cervical cancer in comparison to pap smear⁣
– ???????? ??????????? ????????? screening annually ⁣
– ????? ???????? check ⁣
– ?????????? from the age of 40 every two years⁣
– ???? ??????? from the age of 50 every five years⁣
– ?????? ????? ???? to check lipids/cholesterol, glucose, vitamin D levels, thyroid function, full blood count ⁣
– ??????????? from the age of 50 every 5 years ⁣
– body mass index⁣
– skin check ⁣
– dental check⁣
– eye exam⁣
– immunisation ⁣

Female reproduction interview with Sotho Meyer of Kaya FM

STDs interview with Patricia Ntuli of SA FM

Gynaecological Conditions interview with Patricia Ntuli of SA FM

Our medical gynaecology service includes comprehensive and individualized management of a full range of women’s health issues including menstrual disturbances, cysts, endometriosis, fibroids, menopause, pelvic floor issues, incontinence, sexual dysfunction, pain, infections with a variety of effective, safe and evidence-based interventions. See all conditions treated here

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