Female health is an incredibly broad topic, although we’re proud to have consolidated what we believe to be the most effective approach to mitigating some of the biggest health risks for females. Our female health package is available as an addition to any of our health assessments. Each component can also be provided as an individual item too.
There are pro’s and con’s to each of the tests we recommend within the female health package and we strongly counsel you to discuss each with a doctor before having any of the tests, to ensure you are making the right choice for your personal circumstances.
At the heart of our female health support is a unique breast care service screening service (which can complement any Blossoms health assessment as an individual item too), with instant results and diagnosis available. The approach is designed to provide a rapid diagnosis, with as little anxiety as possible.
Building upon a traditional mammogram to also offer on-the-spot results using state-of-the-art equipment, in an environment specifically designed for providing specialist breast care, results of the mammogram are quickly available and there is no waiting time for secondary tests which may be needed to confirm a diagnosis, if they are required. This detailed guide explains the service in more detail.
We also recommend a CA125 test to screen for ovarian cancer, however, the test is not perfect and the best results are gleaned from repeating the test over time. Again, we recommend discussing the test and its pro’s and con’s with your doctor, to make sure it is right for you as an individual.
- CA125 blood test to screen for ovarian cancer
- Bi-lateral digital mammogram & dual-reporting
- Includes secondary diagnostics e.g. ultrasound, fine needle biopsy (with definitive diagnosis provided on day in 97% of patients) during screening appointment, if required
- Pristine, comfortable surroundings
- The most advanced female health care available
Please contact our Private Patient Consultant, Kirsty Elder – 0207 3733 5805 for any further information, assistance or support.
If you’re thinking of having a health assessment, we think you should read our advice and guidance page too.
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