Welcome to the London Bladder Clinic

A Bladder Clinic in the Heart of London

We are a dedicated team of experienced specialists, committed to supporting women and men with a range of urinary and pelvic health issues.

We are delighted to be working with The Chelsea Bridge Clinic, a CQC registered service provider. 

Offering online and in-person consultations within a week.

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Urinary incontinence can affect Up to 40% of women over 70 years Up to 25% of younger women
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Overactive Bladder symptoms
can affect Up to 35% of women
Up to 28% of men
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50% of women will develop at
least one urinary infection in their lifetimes
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Over 30% of men over 50 years develop benign enlargement of the prostate, which can cause urinary symptoms
Our Company

‘A dedicated place for anyone with urinary symptoms’

Our entire team have accumulated decades of experience with managing the full range of bladder, pelvic floor or prostate conditions. We know how badly the bladder can affect our lives, and sometimes can drag on for years. We are committed to providing support, fast diagnostics and tailoring treatments to each individual.

‘We are continuously committed to excellence in bladder care’

Jai Seth

Founder and Medical Director of The London Bladder Clinic

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Symptoms we see

A selection of some of the conditions we commonly see

Daytime urinary frequency

Passing urine too many times during the day

Urinary Urgency

A sudden desperate need to pass urine, which is difficult to postpone, and can lead to urine leakage

Urinary Stress incontinence

Leakage of urine during exertion, exercise, coughing, sneezing, laughing. May necessitate the wearing of pads or panty liners.

Post-partum incontinence

Persistent urine leakage of urine that occurs after giving birth

Weak urinary flow

When it takes an excessive amount of time to pass urine which occurs at a very slow speed.

Bladder pain

Pain in the lower part of the abdomen, over the bladder

Incomplete bladder emptying

After passing urine, there is a remaining feeling that the bladder has not fully emptied and there is urine still remaining.

Meet The Team

We all work together

Clinical Team

Jai Seth

Jai Seth

Founder and Medical Director

Anand Singh

Lead for Urogynaecology and Women's Health.

Management Team

Gauri Seth

Gauri Seth

Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Mental Wellness Lead

Luis Ribeiro

Luis Ribeiro

Chief Technology Officer

Irene Perdomo

Irene Perdomo

Financial Advisor

Katherine Joel

Katherine Joel

Chief Operating Officer

Our Values

We strive for excellence


We have brought the most minimally invasive treatments into a clinic based setting. Most of our bladder assessments can be performed in a non-hospital, more relaxed outpatient based setting.


Our team consists of experienced specialist nurses, consultants, urologists, gynaecologists, radiologists and physiotherapists who are dedicated experts in managing lower urinary tract disorders. We work as a closely knit team, and by doing so provide higher quality for our client experience.


By supporting people early, we can reduce the risk of conditions getting worse with time, so they become less intrusive, allowing a faster return to normalisation. Where and when possible our aim is to reduce the need for continuous usage of continence pads.


We provide the latest treatments possible in a clinic setting, are up to date with the latest research, and monitor our outcomes. We provide factual information, do not over promise, and are committed to providing a personalised experience. We  always want to know how we can improve our service. We cannot cure everyone with a simple solution, but we can certainly try our best to make living with a bladder condition more bearable.


Our ethos, across our clinical and non-clinical staff, is inbuilt within our cultural values. Every member of our team is critical to the patient journey and experience. We strive for this to be the best it can be.

All of our consultants and nurses have longstanding experience through running continence services at a range of large NHS Trusts. 


Our team and clinic is committed to striving for excellence in this arena, we are committed to each other and most importantly we are committed to you.



Medical Disclaimer: Please note we are a non-urgent outpatient service. We do not provide emergency medical care. For any emergency complaint please speak to your GP or attend A&E. Please see exclusions below:

Passing visible blood in urine out of context of urinary infectionSeek urgent advice from GP or if having issues passing urine then attend casualty
Having fevers or shivers from a urine infectionSeek urgent advice from GP or if unwell then attend casualty
Any issue outside of daytime clinic opening hoursSeek urgent advice from GP or if unwell then attend casualty
If unable to pass urine at all (urinary retention)Seek urgent advice attend casualty
Active Kidney infection/loin pain/temperatureSeek urgent advice attend casualty
Sudden inability to pass urine or sudden onset urinary incontinenceSeek urgent advice attend casualty
Bladder/Urinary symptoms with recent loss of sensations in lower limbs or weakness in legsSeek urgent advice attend casualty
Pain/discomfort/urinary retention following pessary insertionSeek urgent advice attend casualty
General pregnancy enquiriesSeek Obstetric Opinion or advice from GP
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