Labiaplasty is one of the fastest-growing forms of surgery. But do you really need it? Leading gynaecologist Dr Ahmed Ismail explains that all vaginas are different and unless yours is causing you pain or discomfort, it’s perfect as it is. Please note, this story contains graphic images. Read the article here.
On the 28th November 2018, Dr Ahmed Ismail appeared on BBC Arabic to discuss the female alternative to Viagra that is beginning to be sold. Dr Ismail is an international leader in women’s healthcare and gynaecology. Read more about the topic here. Watch the full interview below:
Our Queen’s Clinic team, consisting of Dr Ahmed Ismail, Dr Laura Ismail and Mrs Sama Ismail, in attendance at the Economic Summit in Egypt. Dr Ahmed Ismail is heavily involved in healthcare research in Egypt which you can read about here. Find out more about the event here.
We offer our congratulations to Dr Laura Ismail, who has joined the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists as an accredited Member (MRCOG). She was joined at the ceremony by her father Dr Ahmed Ismail, who is a Senior Fellow of the Royal College (FRCOG). Dr Laura Ismail was a MBBS gold medalist at university and […]
On the 12th October 2018, Dr Ahmed Ismail attended the prestigious International Conference of Aesthetic Gynaecology. Dr Ismail is the Chairman of the Scientific Committee and the Vice President of the Association. You can read more about the event on their website here.
Dr Ahmed Ismail, gynaecologist and fertility expert, appeared on BBC Arabic this week. He was asked to discuss the ideal period that couples should wait between pregnancies, in order to reduce complications and provide the best situation for mother and baby. You can watch his interview here: More information about the topic can be […]
An interview with Dr Ahmed Ismail, world expert in gynaecology, in Sayidaty magazine. They discuss the wide misunderstanding of Caesarian Sections and the increase in frequency of the procedure in the Arab world.
Consultant gynecologist and obstetrician Dr Amed Ismail for The Huffington Post UK: Hundreds of women are taking legal action against the makers of vaginal mesh implants, which are often used to teat pelvic organ prolapse or incontinence. According to a report by the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme, more than 800 women claim the treatment […]