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Take part in a short survey about women's health for BMI Healthcare - £250 voucher to be won: NOW CLOSED

(66 Posts)
KatieBMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 07-Jun-13 10:07:52

We've been asked by BMI Healthcare to find out Mumsnetters opinons of women's health issues.

Here's what they say: "Women's gynaecological health can be complicated. The vast array of symptoms and conditions are not always easy to understand, nor are the treatment options easy to navigate or access. Often symptoms can point to a variety of different of conditions - and it's crucial women know what these are, what the serious signs are and what they can do about them. Gynaecological health isn't just about having children. It is important that women are armed with the correct information about their health - from puberty to menopause and all the different stages in between."

This survey is open to all female UK Mumsnetters aged 25-54 years. Please note, the results to the survey may be used in media activity, on the BMI Healthcare website and in social media, all data will be kept confidential.

If you'd like to take part in this survey please click here.

Everyone who completes the survey and adds their details at the end will be entered into a prize draw where one winner will receive a £250 Love2Shop voucher.

Thanks and good luck,

MNHQ

Done. I think "skip to question 8" should have been q9

KatieBMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 07-Jun-13 10:24:21

Thanks StealthPolarBear, I've changed this now

Forgetfulmog Fri 07-Jun-13 12:00:00

Donesmile

Steffanoid Fri 07-Jun-13 12:35:44

all done smile

CookieDoughKid Fri 07-Jun-13 12:57:52

Done!

rightsaidthread Fri 07-Jun-13 12:58:40

Done smile

Lomaamina Fri 07-Jun-13 13:00:00

Done. Note question 10 misspells 'symptom'

Done.

Glitterfairys Fri 07-Jun-13 13:47:07

Done

fuzzpig Fri 07-Jun-13 14:39:41

Done

acrabadabra Fri 07-Jun-13 14:48:17

Done

Jammies Fri 07-Jun-13 15:34:43

Done

Also done smile

They also misspelled gynaecologist, funnily enough grin

Done.

smilingthroughgrittedteeth Fri 07-Jun-13 18:42:06

Done

Is it £200 or £250 for the prize as the survey says £200

LillethTheCat Fri 07-Jun-13 19:43:11

done

Indith Fri 07-Jun-13 19:44:36

I'd love to know the answers to the question about number of women experiencing problems.

Couple of things - if you tick 3 options on a 'choose 2' option, the error message is "You need to answer this question' which is confusing.

Also, at the bottom of the survey, it says £200 voucher, not £250.

AtYourCervix Fri 07-Jun-13 20:15:25

Done.

LackaDAISYcal Fri 07-Jun-13 20:56:05

I found one of the questions a bit bizarre in that the previous Q had asked where I had sought advice then the next Q asked what would prompt me to seek advice. Having already said that I had sought advice, why was I being asked what would prompt me? confused

But, done anyway!

COCKadoodledooo Sat 08-Jun-13 07:29:17

I can't do it. Survey won't load on my stoopid phone sad

HilaryM Sat 08-Jun-13 08:50:44

The NHS would be bankrupt in a week if every woman with a gynaecological problem saw a gynaecologist.

smilingthroughgrittedteeth Sat 08-Jun-13 09:50:42

I think gp's should have more training on gynae issues, I saw my old gp several times over the course of 7 years about my horrific periods and he repeatedly told me it was normal or to try the pill because it was just a hormone imbalance (every pill I tried made it worse)

It took moving house and a new gp who actually listened and said no that's not normal for me to start receiving treatment, yes I was referred to a gynecologist but if my first gp had been more knowledgeable then I could have been treated sooner instead of enduring 8 years of agony.

Yes I could have pushed for a gynecologist referral but he was my doctor and in every other way a good gp so I trusted him.

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