Women's Annual Health Check (MOT)
Everything from sexual health to cancer
If you have any concerns or questions, feel free to bring them up. Your comfort is our priority.
While it's impossible to screen for all types of cancer, we focus on what we can—like breast, bowel, and cervical cancer—and offer advice on preventative measures.
Core Health Metrics
We conduct thorough examinations to assess key health indicators such as anemia, immune function, and liver and kidney health, delving into any underlying issues.
We go beyond traditional glucose tests, using the HBA1c blood test to detect early signs of diabetes. We also evaluate for 'metabolic syndrome,' a risk factor for various health issues, by looking at multiple metrics including cardiac risk and lifestyle factors.
We provide a safe space to discuss issues like depression, anxiety, and stress. We understand the complexity of mental health and offer ample time for discussion.
Cardiovascular wellness is crucial, especially during menopause. We assess lifestyle, family history, symptoms, and more. Our evaluations include blood pressure, pulse, ECG, and blood tests for cholesterol and diabetes.
Ovarian health and the renal system
We check for protein in the urine and markers of kidney disease in the blood, along with blood pressure measurements. While there's no standard screening for ovarian cancer, we can assess ovarian markers.
Our focus is on menopause management. Hormone level checks can offer valuable insights for future treatments like HRT.
Spend an hour with a Women's Health expert, either in-person or online. We'll talk about your symptoms, medical history, mental well-being, family background, lifestyle, and diet.
We'll do a complete physical exam, including a urine test, ECG for your heart, and a blood test based on your needs. Extra scans like X-rays are done if needed.
A trusted lab will check your blood. Results will be ready in 4-5 days. If you're consulting online, we can set up a local clinic to draw your blood (extra fee).
You'll meet again with your doctor to go over your results in detail. We'll explain what they mean and give you a report through our secure online portal.
If needed, we'll give you a treatment plan or suggest more tests. We'll help you set these up.