Michael Savvas is a senior and vastly experienced Gynaecologist who specialises in the management of the menopause and Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT).
Teaching hospital Clinical Lead in gynaecology and
Super-specialist in gynaecological endocrinology for treating the symptoms of menopause
Senior Consultant Gynaecologist and super-specialist in the management of the menopause. Special interest in reproductive endocrinology including menopause, hormone replacement therapy, PMS, infertility and PCOS. Also, highly experienced in colposcopy.
Many years’ experience in infertility and was Clinical Lead for King’s College Hospital Assisted Conception Unit. Experienced colposcopist and was also Clinical Lead for the colposcopy service at King's College Hospital. Conducted extensive research into menopause, PMS infertility and colposcopy and published widely in the medical journals.
After completing his medical training at The London Hospital he has gone on to become a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and a leader in his chosen medical field. He has carried out considerable research into the menopause, a specialist interest that began when he was Research Fellow to Professor John Studd at King's College Hospital.
Michael Savvas has worked in the field of Menopause and PMS for over 30 years. He has conducted research into menopause and the effects of HRT on skin and in the prevention of osteoporosis.
Member of the British Menopause Society
Mr Savvas is a Member of the British Menopause Society (BMS), and he co-authored their guidelines on the use of HRT.
He has also previously held the position President of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology section of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM).
Areas of Expertise include:
- Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI)
The team of medical women's health pioneers headed by Professor John Studd
Mr Michael Savvas's Places of Practice
Sleep problems and the menopause
Poor sleep has long-term effects including heart disease diabetes, dementia and obesity, reduced immunity and even cancer. The neuropsychological effects of acute sleep deprivation have been consistently shown to be deleterious.Read full article
Coping with the menopause during lockdown
If you happen to be suffering from menopausal symptoms at the same time as lockdown, this a particularly challenging period. Low mood, feeling anxious and finding it hard to concentrate will all feel intensified when you can’t get out of the house and meet your friends.
Try these ideas to get through the next few weeks and months.Read full article
Why testosterone is important for women
Oestrogen replacement is safe and effective in the treatment of menopausal symptoms and preventing osteoporosis but the combination of oestrogen and testosterone is better, particularly in those women who have had a premature menopause or have had their ovaries removed. It should also be considered in women who continue to experience symptoms of loss libido, depression, mood swings headaches and tiredness despite taking oestrogen.Read full article
Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) or Premature Menopause
Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) or Premature Menopause - what to look out for and what to do when the menopause hits too early.Read full article
Gynaecology at London's premiere women's clinics
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