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"I visited Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth in May 2014 for a consultation with Dr Jeremy Chataway."

Patient who saw Dr. Simon Jeremy Stovold Chataway in Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth

"I have had two extremely successful operations with Dr Marston and have seen him for minor problems. At all times he is attentive, thorough and with an excellent bedside manner."

Marianne G. saw Mr. Robert Addenbrooke Marston in Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth

"Dr Harris is the most personable anaethetist. His ability to enthuse confidence and put you at your ease is second to none."

Sue T. saw Dr. Mark Harris in Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth

"Thorough and attentive, all very reassuring."

Patient who saw Dr. Roger Hayward in Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth

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The headaches with nitrates are unpleasant but not harmful. They will tend to diminish with continuous usage and even lower doses are sometimes necessary at the start.
A small proportion of patients are unable to continue in which case there are alternatives.

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Dr. Mark Dancy


Yes. Get it clinically assessed.

Mr. Abhay Chopada
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Mr. Abhay Chopada

Gastrointestinal Surgeon, General Surgeon

Yes she can but it could reduce her chances of doing so. In patients who present with bleeding in between periods secondary to polyps this is likely to prevent or delay conception and removal is recommended. If the women does get pregnant with polyp in situ this is not detrimental to the pregnancy and occasionally is not found after the end of pregnancy and presumably is resorbed during the pregnancy.

Dr. Joseph Aquilina
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Dr. Joseph Aquilina

Gynaecologist, Obstetrician

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