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Dr Mahshid Nickkho-Amiry - doctor with dark long hair, brown eyes, red lipstick wearing a  dark top

Dr Mahshid Nickkho-Amiry

Consultant Gynaecologist and Fertility Specialist
Dr Nickkho-Amiry, MBChB, PhD MRCOG is a Consultant Gynaecologist with a specialist interest in reproductive medicine and hysteroscopy. She qualified from the University of Manchester and completed her specialist training in the North West of England.

Training

Dr Nickkho-Amiry qualified from the University of Manchester and completed her specialist training in the North West of England. She has a keen interest in undergraduate and postgraduate education. She is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester and is the Associate Undergraduate Tutor for Year 4 medical students in her Trust.  

Career

She leads the Specialist Fertility Clinic at her Trust and manages patients with fertility concerns, optimisation of fertility and fertility assessment. She also manages patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome, ovulation disorders, menstrual irregularities, and premature ovarian insufficiency. Dr Nickkho-Amiry is the Lead Hysteroscopist at her Trust and undertakes outpatient procedure clinics. She undertakes diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy in the outpatient setting for a range of conditions including menstrual irregularities, removal of polyps and assessment of the womb cavity for fertility.

Dr Nickkho-Amiry is passionate about improving services and patient care. She is the lead for Gynaecology Outpatients in her trust and is involved in improving clinical effectiveness. She is also the lead for Gynaecology Governance working towards improving patient safety.

Specialities & Credentials

Dr Nickkho-Amiry was awarded a PhD from the University of Manchester for her research into Endometrial Cancer. She has published papers and on menstrual disorders, endometrial polyps, fertility, and endometrial cancer as well as a book chapter regarding disorders of female reproductive endocrinology.

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