Many patients are still struggling to see a GP as services fail to bounce back, with less than half of appointments now conducted face-to-face now.
A; some have been told, "you have a lot to prove because you're a woman".
If so, then look no further.
The figures show the areas with the worst access to GPs are in Portsmouth in Hampshire, Brighton in Sussex, Hull in East Ridings of Yorkshire and Thurrock in Essex.
The BMA said it has made 'very significant progress' in tackling the issues identified in the report and female representation has increased 'across the BMA's committees'.
GPs said 'the number of patients per GP is rising to unsafe and unmanageable levels'.