Well Woman Clinic London
Scheduling various health screenings at regular intervals is a must for all women irrespective of age. A general well women check up will help detect health risks earlier on, preventing complications at a later stage. Just like regular exercise, cultivating healthy eating habits and sleeping on-time, scheduling well women health screenings should become a part of your overall routine and not be missed if you want to enjoy a long healthy life.
So what are some of the well woman check up and health screenings that you should get done?
As a private well woman clinic in London, we believe in the adage, ‘Prevention is better than cure.’ Depending on your personal health history and other factors, here are some of the private health check up & tests that you should get done.
A regular health check up comprises of routine pathology tests that help assess the overall functionality of your vital organs such as heart, liver, kidneys, lungs, immune system, digestive system and more. Based on the age of the individual, other tests and screenings may also be recommended, especially cancer-related tests as well as mammography, X-rays, ultrasound scans etc.
Other Gynaecology Tests & Well Woman Health Screening
As a private gynaecologist in London, Mr N. Agarwal offers a comprehensive range of gynaecological services and apart from well women health screening tests and examinations mentioned above, you can also add the following tests to the list at an additional cost:
- HPV and Sub-typing Test.
- Complete Blood Test – Haemoglobin, CA125, Thyroid profile, Cholesterol profile, Vitamin D and Ferritin levels.
- Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Screening (Swab Test).
- Ultrasound Scan.
As a women's health clinic in London, we also offer treatments for other health conditions such as uterine fibroids treatment, menopause treatment and more. Therefore, no matter what your age, a complete health check up and screening is important and as such, schedule a visit to our well woman centre right away to mitigate any health risks that may lead to fatal consequences.