Unashamedly For Women’s Health
For decades, women’s health was been talked about in hushed tones. Many women have been made to feel embarrassed or ashamed of their intimate health issues. Or they’ve had their concerns brushed off or ignored. Because of this talking about it and seeking help can feel incredibly difficult.
Even now, when we have so much more awareness, women frequently feel they can’t speak to anyone about their personal health problems.
Dr Shirin is determined to change this. She is a women’s health advocate and is dedicated to making Elite Aesthetics a safe, discreet clinic where you’ll be listened to with empathy and professionalism.
As a GP with an interest in intimate health, Dr Shirin has over 20 years experience in the medical field and she was the first Doctor in the UK to provide the O-Shot and P-Shot.
If you’re struggling with a women’s health problem, don’t be embarrassed. There’s nothing to be ashamed of, you’re just human. You don’t need to suffer in silence.
She deals with all manner of concerns, from incontinence to female hair loss to low libido. No subject is taboo, and all of our patients leave feeling listened to and empowered.
You can learn more about Dr Shirin here – or if you’ve got an intimate health problem you’d like to discreetly discuss, you can WhatsApp us privately and get the support and advice you need.
If you’re suffering from incontinence, there’s help available. Most treatments are non-invasive and have the potential to revolutionise your life. This blog focuses on the Emsella Chair treatment – read to find out how it can treat incontinence effectively.
Lichen Sclerosus (LS) is a long-term skin condition that usually affects the genital area and can result in itching, burning, pain, and scarring. This blog discusses effective treatments that will reduce symptoms and provide life-changing improvements.
You’re never too young for bladder training!
Incontinence affects many women; as many as 50% of women will experience it at some point in their lives. It can happen to women of all ages, so everyone can benefit from bladder training exercises. We’ve all heard of pelvic floor exercises, but sometimes it’s difficult to know if you’re doing it right!
Want a top tip? Next time you go to the loo, try to stop your flow – that’s the muscle you need to strengthen. And if you’d like to learn more about our pelvic floor strengthening chair, WhatsApp us privately.