Regular Pap Smears: Routine Pap smears are essential for early detection of cervical abnormalities and prevention of cervical cancer. Regular screenings are recommended for sexually active women.
Mammograms: Regular mammograms are crucial for the early detection of breast cancer. Women are advised to undergo mammographic screenings, especially as they age or if there's a family history of breast cancer.
Contraception and Family Planning: Women's health includes access to contraception and family planning services, allowing individuals to make informed decisions about their reproductive health.
Prenatal and Postnatal Care: Comprehensive care during pregnancy and after childbirth is vital for the health of both mother and baby. Regular check-ups, nutritional guidance, and emotional support contribute to a healthy pregnancy.
Sexual Health Screenings: Regular screenings for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are important for sexually active women, helping to detect and manage infections early on.
Osteoporosis Screening: Postmenopausal women often undergo screenings for osteoporosis to assess bone density and minimize the risk of fractures.
Menopause Management: Support and guidance during menopause, including hormone replacement therapy when appropriate, can help manage symptoms and improve the overall quality of life.
Gynecological Check-ups: Regular gynecological check-ups include pelvic exams, breast exams, and discussions about reproductive and sexual health. These visits contribute to the early detection of potential health issues.