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North West Gynaecology is a group of  consultant gynaecologists which was formed in 2007, covering the complete spectrum of  gynaecological problems.  Like many other specialties, Gynaecology has many sub-specialist areas and it is no longer possible for one gynaecologist to be an expert in all these areas.  We provide a unique service making sure that you see the right gynaecologist to treat your particular problem. Please get in touch and we will help you to make the right choice.

North West Gynaecology

Medical Services

North West Gynaecology


What’s a vulva anyway……

by Dr R.Clayton

The British Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology funded an educational grant 1 year ago. The winners of this grant produced an educational resource aimed at adolescents in order to educate and inform them about the variation of the normal vulva.

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A Fond Fairwell

by Dr R.Clayton

North West Gynaecology bids a fond farewell to Dr Kristina Naidoo who is retiring from private practice, although she will continue working in the NHS.  The group thanks her for her huge contribution over the years.

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Fantastic new addition to NorthWest Gynaecology

by Dr R.Clayton

“Fantastic new addition to  NorthWest Gynaecology.  Dr Akhtar will add further subspecialist expertise to the team of Consultants at NWG.  Consultations with Dr Akhtar will be available from early 2018”.

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Latest Blogs

New patient decision aids launched for stress urinary incontinence and prolapse surgery.

Rcogbsug response to Nice guidance on stress urinary-incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse

About Sperm and Fertility

Male fertility decline with falling sperm counts. Worrying trend in male fertility. See link below. https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2018/10/sperm-counts-continue-to-fall/572794/ Male reproductive health has to be the focus in years to come. Interesting article about fertility in the future. See link below https://academic.oup.com/humrep/article/33/4/541/4838372 Sperm DNA fragmentation increases the risk of miscarriages. Useful information about the cause of miscarriages. See

Cervical Screening

Worrying Fall in Cervical Screening Rates in England

Cervical screening coverage in England has fallen again and is now at just 71.4%. It is now at a 21 year low. Down from 72% in 2017 and 73.7% in 2011. Of the 4.46 million women invited in 2017-2018, 3.18 million were tested meaning 1.28 million women did not take up their invitation. For further

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Contact Details

Please contact North West Gynaecology if you need further information and we will do our best to help you.

By Phone

0161 933 7919

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By Fax

0161 933 7915


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