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Dr Wycliffe Mbagaya 06084896

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About me

Dr Wycliffe Mbagaya has been a Consultant in Metabolic Medicine since 2014, specialising in lipid disorders, diabetes, inherited metabolic diseases, electrolyte imbalance and laboratory medicine.

He sees patients with cholesterol disorders, prediabetes and metabolic syndrome, disorders of electrolytes and investigation of rare metabolic disorders. He manages patients with conditions such as trimethylaminuria and malodour syndromes, unexplained fatigue and exclusion of metabolic disorders. He also advises patients and other doctors on the implications of blood tests.

He also sees patients with metabolic effects of antipsychotics and antidepressants; investigation of metabolic disorders and metabolic optimisation. He has an interest in management of nutritional and mineral deficiencies such as vitamin D deficiency, hypomagnesaemia, phosphate deficiency.

Dr Mbagaya is the Clinical Lead for Pathology at Weston General Hospital. He is also an honorary senior lecturer for the University of Bristol and provides teaching and mentorship for students and doctors in training. He is Year 3 Lead for University of Bristol North Somerset Academy, and regularly teaches GP courses on laboratory medicine and metabolic disorders.

Areas of interest

Metabolic Syndrome; Hypercholesterolaemia; Cardiovascular Risk reduction; Electrolyte imbalance; Mineral and Vitamin replacement; Inherited metabolic diseases; Abnormal blood tests;
Men's Health; Metabolic effects of antidepressants and antipsychotic medication; Metabolic optimisation; Personalised medicine; Unexplained fatigue; Trimethylaminuria and other malodour syndromes; Calcium and magnesium deficiency; Phosphate deficiency.

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