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Consultant Gynaecologist

committed to providing the best possible individualised care, in a calm and reassuring manner

About Mr Gregory Premetis

Mr Gregory Premetis is a full-time Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals, Royal Free London Trust, where he is the lead clinician for acute gynaecology, and gynaecology .
He believes in the vital importance of listening actively to patients, showing empathy and respect and explaining clearly the nature of the pathology. He is committed to providing the best possible individualised care, in a calm and reassuring manner. 


Ultrasound Scans

Mr Premetis is an expert in integrating scan examination into one-stop clinical gynaecological care.


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Early Pregnancy

is the first trimester of pregnancy, beginning on the first day of the last period and lasting until the end of the twelfth week. This can be a stressful period for first-time pregnant women as they don’t know what to expect as well as for women with previous pregnancy complications.


Gynaecological Conditions

Accurate diagnosis is very important in order to provide the best possible, individualised treatment, taking account of the desired outcome for women.

Uterine Fibroids

are non-cancerous growths that develop in or around the uterus (womb). They are made up of muscle and fibrous tissue, and vary in size.

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A menstrual period is the part of a woman’s cycle when the body discards the monthly build up of the lining of the uterus. For most women this happens every 28 days but it’s common for periods to be more or less frequent than this, ranging from 21 to 40 days. The period usually lasts for about 5 days, with some variation.

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is a condition where the endometrium, also known as the lining of the womb, starts to grow in other such as the ovaries, the fallopian tubes and the bowel.

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Polycystic Ovaries

(PCOS) is a common condition that affects how a woman’s ovaries work. Women with PCOS do not release eggs from their ovaries, something that typically happens about 13–15 days before the start of each period.

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Pelvic Pain

is the pain felt in the lower part of the abdomen and pelvis. In women, might refer to symptoms arising from the reproductive, urinary or digestive systems, or from musculoskeletal sources.

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is a condition in which cells from the lining of the uterus (endometrium) migrate in the muscle wall of the uterus (myometrium).

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Ovarian Cysts

An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled sac that develops on an ovary. They’re very common and do not usually cause any symptoms. The vast majority of are non-cancerous (benign), although a small number are cancerous (malignant).

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can be a very challenging time for some women. It can be very confusing and full of anxiety and distress due to the various body changes and symptoms that can accompany it. This is a time when your body deserves some tender loving care and a lot of support and reassurance by an expert gynaecologist.

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Smear Test & Colposcopy

A smear test is a sample of cells from the outside of the cervix (the neck of the womb) that allows detection of pre-cancerous abnormalities of the cervix, while Colposcopy is simply a more detailed examination of the cervix using a speculum.


Contraception and Sexual Health

Appropriate communication and frank and open discussion of reproductive health issues is essential for women to make autonomous and informed decisions.


Women’s Health Check-up

A is a thorough and comprehensive annual gynaecological assessment to give you peace of mind. The aim is to reassure proactive women but also to detect and treat gynaecological conditions at an early stage.