at Amend Healthcare
Amend Healthcare is proud to offer ultimately all Women’s Health services outside of pre-natal care and delivery. This includes gynecological care, contraceptive care and more:
ROUTINE PAP SMEARS
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
FAQs on Women's Health
The answer to this question will depend. If you are experiencing problems or become sexually active, you should seek gynecological care at any age. Otherwise, you should consider your first pelvic exam around age 21.
A pelvic exam and a pap smear are both necessary components for a woman’s health, although not for the same reasons. A pelvic exam is more concerned with the health of your vagina and pelvis, while a pap smear looks for abnormal cell changes that may potentially lead to cervical cancer.
Doctors generally recommend repeating Pap testing every three years for women ages 21 to 65. Women ages 30 and older can consider Pap testing every five years if the procedure is combined with testing for HPV.
There isn’t 1 method of birth control that’s right for everyone. Each type of birth control has pros and cons, and each one works differently depending on the type you choose. There are many factors to consider when choosing birth control, which is why it’s best to consult with your healthcare provider. We can help you determine the best option for you.
A mammogram is a common screening procedure that looks for cancerous cells or tumors in the breasts. These tests can identify cancerous cells up to two years before they will be noticeable in self-examinations.
Women generally get their first mammograms around 40 years old. However, if there is a history of breast cancer in your family, or if you have reason to believe you may have breast cancer, you should be screened sooner.
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