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Womens Health services offered in Greater Boston Area, North Andover, Stoneham, Stoneham, DRACUT and Wilmington, MA

If it’s been more than a year since your last women’s health exam, it’s time to visit your provider. Regular checkups can alert you to potentially serious health problems when they respond best to treatment. At Today’s Wellness and Primary Care, Mohammed Jaleel, MD, Jeena Vaid, MD, and Mahmoud Sakr, MD, offer various women’s health services, including Pap tests, family planning, and referrals for mammograms. Call the nearest office or book online today to make an appointment in Wilmington, Reading, North Andover, or Stoneham, Massachusetts. 

Womens Health Q & A

What is women’s health?

Women’s health provides complete care for people with female reproductive organs, and it’s vital to visit the doctor regularly. The natural aging process increases your risk of various health problems, including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes.

Visiting the team at Today’s Wellness and Primary Care for a women’s health exam is one of the easiest ways to preserve your well-being.

What services does women’s health provide?

The team at Today’s Wellness and Primary Care offers various women’s health services, including:

Pap tests

A Pap test is used to screen for cervical cancer. Your provider uses a swab to collect cells from your cervix during the test. They send your sample to a laboratory, which analyzes it for cancer.

Physical exams

A physical exam assesses your health and well-being. During a physical, your provider examines your skin; checks your reflexes; weighs and measures you; looks at your eyes, ears, nose, and throat; palpates your organs; and conducts a breast and pelvic exam.

Your provider might also update your immunizations or refill your prescription medication (if necessary).

Laboratory work

Lab work is a group of tests that analyze your blood, urine, or saliva. The team at Today’s Wellness and Primary Care uses lab work to diagnose various conditions, including nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, and diabetes.

Referrals for mammograms

If your provider discovers an abnormal bump or growth during a breast exam, they might recommend additional testing, like a mammogram. They can refer you to a nearby radiology facility for treatment.

Treatment of menopausal symptoms

Many menopausal women experience uncomfortable symptoms like hot flashes, mood swings, and vaginal dryness. A treatment like bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can restore your body to balance and provide lasting relief.

Family planning

It’s important to practice safe sex if you sleep with multiple partners, don’t want to get pregnant, or both. The team at Today’s Wellness and Primary Care can recommend a type of birth control that aligns with your needs, such as oral contraceptives or an intrauterine device (IUD).

When should I schedule a women’s health exam?

The team recommends scheduling a women’s health exam at least once a year. That’s especially true if you’re 30 or older or have an underlying health problem like high cholesterol or obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

Don’t wait to schedule your women’s health exam at Today’s Wellness and Primary Care; call the nearest office or book online today.