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Private GP East Preston UK

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Private Clinic East Preston

Nutritional therapy uses personalised nutrition plans and dietary interventions to promote optimal health and wellbeing. Through a comprehensive assessment of diet, medical history and blood tests, we diagnose the causes of any concerns you have about your skin, body or mind. We then tailor a programme of nutritional coaching sessions typically 6-12 weeks that will provide personalised dietary advice, meal recommendations, targeted supplements, any necessary medications and lifestyle modifications that will optimise your digestion, balance your hormones, boost your immune function, elevate your mood and increase your energy levels.

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We offer appointments where you can discuss any health concerns you have, get treatment for common illnesses, manage long-term conditions, and get advice on staying well.

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Private GP appointments

Our private GP services are like having your own personal doctor who focuses on taking care of you when you're sick and helping you stay healthy

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Women's health appointments

Specialist consultations for reproductive health, contraception, menstrual problems, or menopause symptoms. Care is built around the three aims of providing expert care, an excellent experience and attention to maintaining women’s health for the long-term.

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Whole person health reviews

Ideal for people wishing to discuss multiple symptoms, or for those taking a pro-active approach to optimising their health

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You are only ever a few choices away from feeling incredible and everyone benefits from a professional perspective on how to optimise their unique nutritional needs.

The benefits of private GP services at No.109

Swift access

Say goodbye to long wait times with prompt appointments tailored to your schedule

Such a positive experience! My session was Nina was incredible, she was an absolute breath of fresh air after my limited contact with my GP regarding my menopause. Her approach was very personable, thorough and reassuring. Nina took a much more holistic approach looking at all elements of my health and my life to see if these were/are contributing factors to my menopausal symptoms and to see how things could be improved.

She even made talking about the most intimate of issues easy, and despite being relatively shy I wasn’t embarrassed due to her understanding demeanour. I would 100% recommend booking a session with Nina to help you navigate your way through this potentially debilitating time of life. I felt heard, reassured and it was a thoroughly positive and empowering experience. I cannot recommend her highly enough!

Such a positive experience


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Q. Are private GP services covered by insurance? A. Services may or may not be covered by insurance, depending on your insurance provider and policy. It's advisable to check with your insurance company to understand the extent of coverage for private healthcare services. We can provide you with necessary documentation for insurance reimbursement if applicable.

Q. How do I know if I'm going through menopause? A. Menopause is typically diagnosed based on symptoms, which can start subtly with changes like period timing or flow in your late 30s or early 40s. As symptoms progress, they become more apparent. We focus on understanding your symptoms and history to determine hormonal status. It's important to note that 1 in 20 women experience menopause before age 45, 1 in 100 before 40, and 1 in 1000 before 30. If you're experiencing symptoms, it's advisable to consult a doctor.

Q. Is there a blood test for menopause A. Blood tests, primarily measuring Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), are often unhelpful for most women due to their fluctuating levels, particularly during perimenopause. FSH becomes persistently elevated only after menopause, making it a reliable marker at that stage. However, by the time FSH elevates, other symptoms like cessation of periods usually confirm menopause. In younger women or those on contraceptive medications like the mini-pill, blood tests may aid in determining menopausal status. Nonetheless, during perimenopause, FSH levels fluctuate and may fall within the normal range, making blood tests inconclusive. Thus, the importance lies in understanding a woman's individual story rather than relying solely on blood tests.

Q. What's HRT? A. HRT, or Hormone Replacement Therapy, also known as Menopausal Hormone Therapy (MHT), addresses fluctuating levels of estrogen and progesterone during perimenopause and menopause, alleviating associated symptoms

Q. What are the risks of HRT? A. HRT encompasses various medications targeting estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone receptors. Your doctor will tailor the treatment or combination to suit your needs. For women without a womb, estrogen alone is sufficient, while those with a womb require progesterone to prevent thickening of the womb lining. Although some studies suggest a slight increase in breast cancer risk with HRT, newer medications show minimal risk after five years. Concerns about blood clots are mitigated by delivering estrogen through skin patches or gels, reducing associated risks compared to oral intake.

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