Miss Tania Adib, Consultant Gynaecologist

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Women's Health Specialist and Consultant Gynaecologist

Miss Tania Adib is a Consultant Gynaecologist specialising in early cancer diagnosis, treatment of abnormal cervical smears, vulval disorders and the menopause. She provides a wide range of treatments for her patients including the use of mindfulness and non drug hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

After qualifying from University College London, Miss Adib gained higher specialist training in Gynaecological Oncology at The Royal Marsden. She was awarded her Medicine Doctorate from University College London on her work on the genes implicated in ovarian cancer.

Management of Menopause

Miss Adib performs advanced laparoscopic surgery and is trained in hysteroscopic procedures which she performs in the outpatient setting or under general anaesthetic. She takes a holistic approach to managing the menopause, with both hormone replacement therapy but with a strong emphasis on lifestyle modifications. She specialises in the management of the menopause, especially in women who have had treatment for a malignancy. 

She has expertise in Colposcopy and treats cases of pelvic pain, painful intercourse and irregular bleeding. She believes in prevention and sees patients for screening for gynaecological cancers. Miss Adib runs a vulva clinic at the new 25 Harley Street Clinic where she works in close partnership with Dermatologists, Sexual Health Specialists and Physiotherapists. 

Her specific areas of expertise include the following specialisms:

  • Gynaecology
  • Gynaecological Oncology
  • Advanced laparoscopic surgery
  • Gynaecological Cancer screening
  • Colposcopy
  • Outpatient hysteroscopy
  • Vulval disorders
  • Pelvic pain
  • Irregular bleeding
  • Ovarian cysts.

Personal treatment philosophy:

"Physical and emotional wellbeing depends on many things and good health is more than just an absence of illness. As such I want to provide every woman with the care that is best for her and that acknowledges and incorporates her experiences as an individual."