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Snoring

Snoring is a very common symptom affecting over 40% of adults. It is twice as common in men and the likelihood of snoring increases with age. Reassuringly in most cases it is not harmful to your health, although it may affect your or your partner’s quality of life. Up to 20% of people who snore however, may be suffering with a serious underlying condition called obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA).
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Loss of smell (anosmia)

Anosmia is the temporary or permanent loss of the sense of smell. Smell can also be partially reduced, or distorted Recovery is dependent on the identification and successful treatment of the underlying cause.
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Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)

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Sleep Apnoea

Sleep apnoea is a sleep condition in which patients stop breathing for short periods while sleeping, causing disruption to sleep architecture. Common symptoms include loud snoring and daytime tiredness. Untreated patients suffering from OSA increase their risk of developing serious health problems including strokes, heart failure, and hypertension. This risk rises in proportion to the severity of sleep apnoea so measuring the severity can guide treatment decisions.
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Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders

There are several sleep related breathing disorders that effect patients balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood. This can have serious health impacts on both the patient’s lifestyle and physical health.
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Neurological Sleep Disorders

There are several additional common neurological sleep disorders to insomnia. These can greatly affect a patient’s quality of sleep and quality of life. OneWelbeck specialities include parasomnias (unusual behaviours prior, during and waking from sleep), REM sleep behaviour disorder, narcolepsy, circadian rhythm disorders, and fatal familial insomnia.
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Male genital skin conditions

The skin on the male genitalia is a common site for skin problems but there is often delay seeking help because of embarrassment or not knowing where to get the best advice.
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Newborn and paediatric skin problems

Skin conditions are extremely common in babies and children. Although many are harmless and will tend to improve on their own, some conditions can be longer lasting and have a significant impact on the child through their symptoms or the psychological impact of having a visible skin problem.
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Body skin problems and rashes

Rashes are any change we notice on our skin. Rashes can have a wide variety of symptoms and appearances; they might be localised to one area of our body or they may be covering multiple areas.
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Female genital skin conditions

Our experienced dermatologists who have a special interest in female genital dermatoses will diagnose the problem and recommend appropriate treatment. Sometimes a skin swab and occasionally a skin biopsy may be recommended to clarify the diagnosis.
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Skin lumps and bumps

If you notice something that is raised from your skin surface and is well defined, then these are often referred to as lumps and bumps. These are common on our skin at all ages.
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Skin Lesions and Lipomas

A lipoma is a lump under the skin that occurs due to an overgrowth of fat cells and slowly grows under the skin in the subcutaneous tissue.
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Skin cancer

Skin cancer consists of a malignant growth, which usually develops in the outermost layer of the skin called the epidermis, meaning that a tumour is generally clearly visible. Skin cancer rarely spreads beyond the skin, apart from malignant melanoma.
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Rhino-sinusitis

Rhino-sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinuses and nasal cavity. Allergic rhinitis is likely to be diagnosed if sneezing, itchy eyes and a family history all occur. A large adenoid causes similar symptoms to allergic rhinitis without the sneezing or itchy eyes
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Sinusitis (Sinus Infection)

Sinuses are air pockets or cavities that are lined with a thin mucous membrane, the same as the lining of the nose. The sinuses are connected to the nose through small openings called ostia. There are two types of sinusitis – acute and chronic.
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