Women's Health/Family Planning
What services are included in women’s health?
1. PREVENTATIVE CARE AND SCREENINGS
Regular checkups, including pelvic exams and breast exam
Hormonal testing and menopause
Breast cancer screenings
2. BREAST CARE SERVICES- diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer Breast biopsy
Genetic testing for women with a family history of breast cancer Mammogram
Mastectomy and breast reconstruction
3. SEXUAL HEALTH SERVICES-important part of the overall well-being Birth control
Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Therapies to help with problems with sexual functions
4. GYNECOLOGY AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES-treatment of various conditions and diseases Abnormal pap smears
Abnormal vagina bleeding
Uterine and vaginal prolapse
5. PREGNANCY AND CHILDBRITH- regular prenatal care
Planning and preparing for pregnancy
High risk pregnancies
Breast feeding and nursing
6. INFERTILITY SERVICES- infertility specialist
Testing to determine the cause of infertility
Counseling for couples who are dealing with infertility or loss of a baby 7. BLADDER CARE-diagnose and treat bladder-related conditions Bladder emptying disorders
Prolapse of the bladder
How/where do women receive healthcare in the U.S.?
1. OBSTETRICIAN/GYNECOLOGIST (OB/GYN)- THESE DOCTORS TREAT PREGNANCY, REPORDUCTIVE ORGAN PROBLEMS, AND OTHER WOMEN ISSUES. 2. GENERAL SURGEONS – WHO SPECIALIZE IN BREAST CARE
3. PERINATOLOGIST- IS AN OB/GYN WHO HAS HIGHER TRAINING DEALING WITH HIGH RISK PREGNANCIES 4. RADIOLOGIST- PERFORM DIFFERENT PROCESDURES USING IMAGING TECHNOLOGY TO TREAT DISORDERS SUCH AS UTERINE FIBROIDS 5. PHYSICIAN ASSISTANCE/PRIMARY DOCTOR
6. NURSE PRACTITIONER/NURSE MIDWIVES
How is women’s health services financed?
Federal/ Government funding
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