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1. National Unplanned Pregnancy Advisory Service Manchester - Manchester

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· 10 reviews

32 Lever St, Manchester, M1 1DE, United Kingdom

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National Unplanned Pregnancy Advisory Service Manchester: what do users think?
heylookitsgab: Thank you! I can’t thank these women enough they were so caring and honest right from my very first consultation. Due to recent diagnosis of a health condition I needed to make the decision that was right for both me, my partner and our future.I was so emotional but these women made it so much easier. They answered every question I had, and took the time with me to understand the process.They also have an out of hours number too which is open 24/7. This was so useful especially when you’re in pain and alone.There’s no judgement and everyone was very genuine like speaking to an older sister. I can’t thank you all enough and I hope you get to read this!Thank you again!
Anonymous: For what might be one of the most difficult decisions you can make, NUPAS really do make it that bit easier. Within 48 hours of my consultation everything was sorted. They understood the urgency and were caring and considerate. They were also the quickest with scans/appointments/treatments out of all the places that BPAS told me to contact. The aftercare nurses were also super helpful and kind. Thank you for making this that little bit easier.
alexis grimes: I was really anxious going in, I was completely alone and had read some of these reviews which made me panic a lot.The first phone call the woman was wonderful, so helpful and gave me instructions, lots of advice and offered additional support (counselling).Then I went in to the manchester clinic and felt instantly calmer, after the person on the front door complimented my nails, I know it sounds silly but in that moment it was just what I needed. The wait was quick and after a consultation, I was given more advice, information and a little book, and knew exactly what and what not to do.After Id started taking the pills I rang up, as I needed some reassurance because I had been sick and was worried it wouldn’t have worked. The phone call was very helpful and the woman was very kind.I just wanted to leave a bit of a detailed review so if someone else was feeling the anxiety I was they might have a bit more insight.
S Al: avoid avoid avoid, they have no experience at all
حنان ام سيرين: When i went there first time the staff were good but the male doctor who was there in saturday was really sarcadtic and rude to me i told him that i feel anxious but he made some rude comment hr made me feel worse it was very bad experience
Maja Mielczarek: Waiting time is just ridiculous! And no one even bother to say how long you have to wait! No toilet! Just a joke!
David Bradburn: Awful waiting times. Don't stick to appointment times.
Claire Griffiths: Very caring team
Caroline Worrall: Really was nervous going in, the wait was not as long as i thought it was going to be & the staff are so lovely & friendly! They make you feel welcomed & respected. Thank you to the team there i appreciated everything.

2. The Hathersage Centre - Manchester

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280 Upper Brook St, Manchester, M13 0FH, United Kingdom

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The Hathersage Centre: what do users think?
Hannah Menzies: Came here to have my IUD removed. My nurse (Hannah) was so friendly and understanding that I was nervous but instantly put me at ease. She explained everything thoroughly and the removal was painless. I was in and out in less than 15 minutes Getting an appointment was not the easiest just because of sheer demand for them but that’s the tories fault, not theirs. The online booking system works and is way better than having to phone up.
stefan gumbs: If I could give a lower score I would, terrible service when trying to ring for a routine appointment, they never answer and on the odd occasion when they do answer, the call is always rushed and there's never an appointment available this side of Christmas, I would recommend any other STI clinic than this one, even if you have to take a taxi, bus, train or plane to get to one with better service than this one.
Ion Iorgu: I don't have inaft words to show my respect and appreciation for all the staff (reception, nurses and laboratory staff)who take care off my today very promptly, professional and frendly . Masive thank you everyone 🙏 💖. High I recommend the Hathersage Centre Manchester.
Aimee Longstaff: I came in for the copper IUD in January. Having had the hormonal coil before, and not liked the hormonal side effects, or those of the pill, I wanted to try something none hormonal to see how my body would cope. I explained to the doctor that I had had the coil before, and found the procedure excruciating, and was feeling incredibly scared of having it done again. His response was, jokingly "ah well it isn't as painful as having babies". I brushed him off, but thought to myself how deeply inappropriate of him; how does he know I WANT to have children, especially given the context of having CONTRACEPTION fit?! Beyond assuming that because I am female my sole aim in life is to give birth, how does he know I don't have history which would affect my ability to have kids? He then proceeded to tell me how he was going to put in the hormonal coil, which my notes and myself in person had specifically said I didn't want; he did not bother to ask for my opinion. It felt like my voice did not exist in that room. I asserted that I absolutely only wanted the copper coil. I mentioned again I was worried about the pain, hoping he could offer some kind of anaesthetic. It is beyond me why women have to go through this incredibly painful and traumatic experience without... it strikes me as cruel to be honest. I also recently found out from a friend that other sexual health clinics (NHS, not private) are now offering anaesthetic. So, I'm really not sure why he did not offer this. I felt like he just wasn't taking me seriously when I discussed my past struggle with this procedure- he also refused to let my partner sit next to me during, and had him behind a curtain. Even though I repeatedly told him how frightened I was, nothing was offered to help me through this. He kept repeating his joke about how birthing a child would be worse, and I snapped and said "ideally if you do this properly I won't BE giving birth, given this is the point of the appointment". I hoped this would signal him to realise how inappropriate this recurring joke was, but it didn't- he continued making the same joke throughout the appointment.Throughout the procedure he made jokes about how the pain wasn't as bad as giving birth (he must have made this joke at least 5 times), and kept making them directly to my partner not to me during the procedure. Even when I screamed in pain he didn't stop to ask if I was okay, but kept making jokes about me my future of giving birth to my partner, laughing going "it will be worse than this!". I have never felt so demeaned and invisible in my life. My partner was confused, as I was behind a curtain screaming whilst this doctor insisted on making insensitive conversation about birthing, like my only purpose in life would be to give birth. When he measured my uterus, I screamed so loudly as it was incredibly painful, and he did not stop to ask if i was okay, or ready for the insertion- he just continued and went "I'm going to insert it now" which was equally painful. There was no duty of care or taking my pain seriously.It is worth mentioning also that I was never asked in advance of this appointment if I would be comfortable with a male doctor; given my past experience with this procedure I would have absolutely said no. I would never want a male doctor doing this procedure for me, given how painful and scary I find it; how can a male doctor empathise with me and understand my pain and fear?Overall this was a ridiculous experience, and the constant stream of birthing jokes was beyond insensitive, and made me feel like society had reverted to a time when women were only seen as child bearing objects (or maybe I am naïve to think attitudes like this are a thing of the past). He did not treat me like a person, he spoke to my partner instead of me, made no attempt to comfort or address my concerns about pain, or even show empathy or that he took me seriously. I felt like his only goal was to get me in and out and have it done as quickly as possible. The only positive was that the nurse was kind and patient.
Mike Twitchen: Really great service, I booked on the Friday for a Monday. no issue and when I got there 15 mins early I was seen too within a min. super understanding doctor, where you feel you can say it all with no worries and the nurse that took my bloods was the best as I have a silly fear of needles.
Fabriana Verdesoto-Frucci: So so good!! I just had my copper coil/IUD put in. The front-desk staff, doctors, and nurses were so kind. They answered all my questions calmly. A bit of discomfort for two minutes was absolutely worth it for five years of protection. The nurse on duty helped me control my breathing and they joked with me throughout the process. Best NHS experience so far.
Jenever: Cannot fault Dr Hesse and nurse Ann on their care. Very professional, friendly, and made to feel comfortable and safe all throughout.
Natalie Cheshire: Absolutely first class. The doctor Lizzie was so kind and understanding, and I had a complete plan to resolve my problem within half hour.I got an appointment on the second day of trying but was on the website before 8.30, it is doable but you've got to be quick.
F M M: Very unprofessional. They claimed my coil had moved, when it didn't. Had the stress of my life thinking I might need an operation, they had put me through unnecessary stress and pressure. Useless staff
S A: The worst organisation, impossible to book appt 3-4 weeks of being online at 8.20 ready. Get to appt will ALWAYS be waiting at least 40 mins past appt time without fail. But God forbid you're running late you miss your appt even though they're running 4 appts behind? The staff aren't the problem it's the booking system and time keeping, don't have 10 minute appts if you know they will each take 15-20!!!
Jonathan Sherlock: It just keeps getting worse.... Over an hour wait for your scheduled appointment. Nothing new there.No doctor appointment yet again - saw a nurse instead.This is the last time I attend this clinic. It's the most depressing place I think I've ever been to.Management should be sacked for how abysmal the service is.
Ash J: So the main issue most people have is just that fact that it's hard to get an appointment. My recommendation is so make sure you're on the northern website ASAP Once 8:30 hits. You can even start loading up stuff a couple mins before to the screen just before the appointment booking part to increase your chances. If all else fails yeah try calling different clinics until one picks up and they can book you in to the nearest one.In terms of service however they are amazing. I saw a nurse named Kat and she was the most pleasant and lovely person ever. Quick help, great chats and wondering experience. Stay safe peoples!
fish hunter: really rude staff
S G: We're all aware of the general poor organisation, and the lacking online service, which could make booking appointments much easier (hence the -1 star), but I have to say the doctors/nurses are absolutely amazing - professional, informative, respectful and just lovely.
Sophie A: Friendly staff, you don't have to wait ages if you book in advance. Had my implant procedure done by the nicest Dr. who was very friendly, explained everything clearly and put me at ease.
Michael Hannon: Absolutely awful. Place claims to be open but all the lights are off and you can’t get in. Call up and they cut you off once you hold to speak to an actual member of staff. If you have an emergency don’t go here.
Kris: Quick and no nonsense
Zaynab-Maryam Ismaeel: I have been trying to contact the reception for the past 3 days nobody picks up the phone. Trying to book an appointment and the machine tells me to go the website but when I go there everyday it tells me there are no appointments available despite me checking at 8:30 and 8:40am everyday the last 4 days. How am I supposed to book an appointment then?
Luna Weng: Super hard to book appointment and even you finally made it, still need to wait for agesssss
Nigel Hill: Went to get MFT vaccination. It wasn't open. Arrows on the window pointing around the corner then no signage whatsoever so ended up walking around trying to find it
Chris Johnstone: The service is completely inaccessible. Impossible to book an appointment online and impossible to get a home testing kit as they are never available. No one ever answers the phone.

3. Samedaydoctor Private GP - Manchester

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