Dr. Trevor Wing Other, OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynecologist)
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Dr. Trevor Wing

OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynecologist)

1901 Hammonds Ferry Rd Halethorpe MD, 21227

About

He holds and MSc in herbal medicine and an MSc in diagnostic ultrasound, as well as a Doctorate in medical imaging. He regularly lectures on natural medicine gynaecology and obstetrics at several universities in Europe and the USA.

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Dr. Trevor Wing Other's Expert Contributions
  • Genital warts

    Dear 29 year old lady, You will need to always use a condom to prevent passing on HPV to your future partner. An internal female condom is preferable as this gives more complete protection than a male condom. READ MORE

  • Is the COVID vaccine safe during early pregnancy?

    The short answer is we don’t know. It appears safe, however, the studies used to make this statement are very short and have not yet tracked either the mother or baby for many years which will be needed to give soundproof the covid vaccines are safe for mothers and babies. READ MORE

  • Ovarian cyst?

    Do you know what type of ovarian cyst you have? The management changes depending on the type of cyst. READ MORE

  • Calcification in cyst?

    Calcification is not confirmed from this image. You need a transvaginal ultrasound and cyst measurement. It appears to be a borderline size simple cyst. READ MORE

  • Antibiotic while breastfeeding?

    If you are a patient seeking information related to your case the quickest way to get the information you need is to book either a phone or video consultation through our website or the appointments phone number below. I am afraid I get so many emails that it often takes quite a while to get around to reading them. Thank you for your understanding. READ MORE

  • Postpartum sex?

    If you are a patient seeking information related to your case the quickest way to get the information you need is to book either a phone or video consultation through our website or the appointments phone number below. I am afraid I get so many emails that it often takes quite a while to get around to reading them. Thank you for your understanding. Dr. Trevor Wing The Women's Natural Health Clinic 16 Bridle Lane St Margarets TW1 3EE Appointments: 020 3811 8778 International appointments use : +44 20 38118778 READ MORE

  • Painful sex?

    If you are a patient seeking information related to your case the quickest way to get the information you need is to book either a phone or video consultation through our website or the appointments phone number below. I am afraid I get so many emails that it often takes quite a while to get around to reading them. Thank you for your understanding. Dr. Trevor Wing The Women's Natural Health Clinic 16 Bridle Lane St Margarets TW1 3EE Appointments: 020 3811 8778 International appointments use : +44 20 38118778 READ MORE

  • Are you more likely to miscarry if you get pregnant straight after a miscarriage?

    Yes, you are, wait for one normal menstrual cycle and menses, then start trying again. Dr. Trevor Wing READ MORE

  • Worried about pregnancy?

    Very unlikely you are pregnant. Take a urine pregnancy test 2 days after your period is due. That will be an accurate test. Kind regards, Dr. Trevor Wing READ MORE

  • Primary amenorrhea?

    Book to see a gynecologist, you need hormone level blood tests and an ultrasound scan. Dr. Trevor Wing READ MORE

  • Is it safe to have oral sex?

    Oral sex is not completely safe, it is possible to transfer chlamydia from the genitals to the throat (male to female and female to male). It is also possible to transfer high-risk strains of HPV from the vagina to the male throat and from the male penis to the female throat. The sensible, safe way to have oral sex is to use a male condom for the man and a dental dam or female condom for the woman. Dr. Trevor Wing READ MORE

  • Bartholin's cyst?

    I think the cyst was not completely drained and has become infected and swelling again. You really need an ultrasound scan to diagnose this and probably a course of antibiotics Dr. Trevor Wing READ MORE

  • How early can you ovulate in a cycle?

    In a 29-day cycle, most likely day 13-16. Dr. Trevor Wing READ MORE

  • Missed period then bleeding for 1 month straight?

    You should see a gynecologist for hormone blood tests and a pelvic ultrasound. This is not normal at all. Dr. Trevor Wing READ MORE

  • Are painful periods normal?

    Some amount of cramp discomfort during your menstrual period is normal. If the pain level is preventing you from conducting normal daily activities, this is not normal and should be investigated by a gynecologist. Dr. Trevor Wing READ MORE

  • When do you get your period after a miscarriage?

    Returning to a regular menstrual cycle after a miscarriage varies from woman to woman and age also has an effect. Many women will have their first menstrual period post-miscarriage within 4-6 weeks, however, hormones returning to normal for some women this can take several months. If you do not have a menstrual period within 4 months after a miscarriage I would recommend you see a gynecologist for investigations. Also, if you have lower abdominal pain that increases and or fever at any time after a miscarriage you should seek help immediately as you may have a pelvic infection. Dr. Trevor Wing The Women’s Natural Health Clinic 16 Bridle Lane St Margarets TW1 3EG Appointments: * 0845 688 5270 International appointments use : *+44 20 8901 6470 * www.womensnaturalhealthclinic.com This email is intended only for the use of the addressee and may contain confidential medical information. If you are not the intended recipient of this email please notify the above immediately and disregard its contents. It is contrary to law to use or disclose data that may be forwarded to you in error. Specialists in Integrated Care For Female Conditions P Please consider the environment before printing this email READ MORE

  • What week is folic acid most important?

    Folic acid should be taken at 400mcg daily from before conception to week 12 of pregnancy. Dr. Trevor Wing READ MORE

  • Is late ovulation a problem when getting pregnant?

    It depends on the length of your menstrual cycle. The journey of a fertilized embryo (up to 18 hours after ovulation) is 7-9 days. Ovulation usually happens between day 13 and 15 of an average 28-day cycle. Therefore the luteal phase from ovulation to menses needs to be at least 11 days to allow time for embryo implantation which will halt menses. If the embryo arrives in your uterus at the time your endometrium is already starting menses there will be no implantation. To summarize, you need at least 11 days after ovulation before menses to allow a pregnancy to happen. Late ovulation on a longer than 28-day cycle may well still give you 11 days. However, if your cycle is 28 days, a late ovulation probably will not occur. READ MORE

  • What vitamins should I take to increase fertility?

    A good quality pre-natal multivitamin with 400mcg of folic acid READ MORE

  • Can you get pregnant on fertile days or just ovulation day?

    If you have a 28 day menstrual cycle the one unprotected intercourse every OTHER day from cycle day 10 to 17 is the optimal way to achieve pregnancy. Day 1 is your first day if full flow not spotting Dr Trevor Wing on Mobile READ MORE

Articles and Publications

  • In the process of writing a book on infertility

Dr. Trevor Wing's Practice location

Practice At 1901 Hammonds Ferry Rd

1901 Hammonds Ferry Rd -
Halethorpe, MD 21227
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