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Discover: What’s Included in Our Female Health Checks

whats included in a female health check

Discover the Power Of A Female Health Check

Taking control of your health is a decision that can transform your life. At our Prime Health Partners, we offer a comprehensive one-hour well-woman health check that is tailored to your specific needs and concerns. This personalised approach ensures that you receive the best care and advice to safeguard your health now and in the future.

Let’s delve into the details of what’s included in a female health check:

  1. Full Medical History: Your journey starts with a thorough review of your medical history. This helps us understand your unique health background and any potential risk factors.
  2. Assessment of Family History: We take a closer look at your family history to identify any hereditary health risks that may need attention.
  3. Stress Assessment: Your well-being is not just about physical health; it’s also about mental health. We assess your stress levels and provide interventions if needed to help you maintain a healthy balance in your life.
  4. Comprehensive Examination: A full-body examination is conducted, including assessments of your heart, lungs, abdomen, and neurological functions. This comprehensive examination ensures that no aspect of your health goes unnoticed.
  5. Vital Statistics Recording: We record essential vital statistics, including blood pressure, pulse rate, body mass index (BMI), body fat percentage, and hip to waist ratio. These measurements provide critical insights into your overall health.
  6. Urine Dipstick Test: A urine dipstick test is performed to check for standard urine infections and assess kidney function, ensuring that your urinary system is in good health.
  7. Blood Tests: Our well-woman health check includes a battery of blood tests to assess various aspects of your health, including:
    • Full blood count to check for anemia.
    • Kidney blood test.
    • Liver function test.
    • Bone profile, including calcium and vitamin D levels.
    • ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate) to assess inflammation.
    • Iron status and ferritin stores.
    • Thyroid profile (TSH and T4).
    • Full lipid profile (HDL, LDL, non-HDL, triglycerides).
    • Diabetes screening, including HbA1c to monitor average blood sugar levels.
    • Blood glucose level.
    • Cardiac profile with LDH and CK.
  8. Breast Cancer Screening: For women’s health, we provide guidance on self-breast checks and offer a breast examination to ensure you feel confident in monitoring your own breast health. Women over 40 can discuss additional screening options, such as mammograms, for an extra fee.
  9. Cervical Cancer Screening: We offer cervical screening smear tests to all women over the age of 21. This includes a gynaecological examination to ensure your cervical health is monitored.
  10. Cardiac Screening: Women over 40 receive a personalised cardiac risk score, known as Qrisk3, to assess their cardiac health.

After your Female Health Check

After your well-woman health check, you will receive a personalised health screening report. This report will address your specific concerns, findings, blood test results, and recommendations. Additionally, it will include valuable healthy lifestyle and dietary advice to help you make informed choices about your health.

We want to emphasise that your well-being matters at every age. By taking this step toward better health, you are investing in a healthier, happier future. If any referrals are needed, we can generate them at the time of your appointment.

Private Health Screenings at Prime Health Partners

Maximise your well-being with our comprehensive private health screening – tailored to you!

Our thorough tests and examinations offer an easy way to strategically evaluate the current state of your overall health, whether it be for a regular checkup or specific concern.

Take control of your physical condition today and ensure long-term wellness in the future. Talk to one of our expert GP’s today for more information and advice.

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