There are many reasons to get a woman’s health checked: she’s pregnant, she’s pregnant, she’s a nursing mom, she’s a woman who recently had a baby.
Now womens health are no longer just for women who are just having a baby. Now there are a lot of women interested in getting their womans health checked for a variety of reasons. One of the most common ones is to find out if they have a medical condition that is not being covered by their plans. As women go through pregnancy and childbearing, they are sometimes told if their health is abnormal.
We recently looked into this in more depth, but we thought we’d mention it here as well because of the many reasons why women seek womens health checks. When your body is changing so rapidly, you might not even realize that you are also changing, and if you have a health condition that isn’t being covered by your insurance, it can be extremely difficult to find out. For instance, a woman with fibroid tumors might not think that their doctors know that they are pregnant.
We recently did a survey of 5,000 women to find out how often they go to their doctors for checkups.
Here as well. And because the process of checking can be very grueling, many women choose to skip it and go straight to the emergency room. If you see a doctor who doesn’t believe your medical history, that puts you in a vulnerable position, as they can’t rely on your trustworthiness.
That’s not to say that if you’re a woman who has fibroids, you should just give up on your health. We’ve written before about the benefits of regular, as opposed to selective, gynecological checkups. It’s been shown to improve your overall health, reduce the risk of developing uterine cancer, and even lower the risk of developing an ovarian cyst. And the best part is that regular checkups are often free.
In the same vein is the fact that women have become quite good at detecting early signs of fibroids in themselves. In fact, as a woman ages, the chance of developing a fibroid increases by up to 10x. Theres also a theory that women who are at an age when they ovulate are more likely to develop fibroids, but that’s just a theory.
It’s pretty rare to find a medical expert who will say that something is a “fibroid.” The fibroids in question here are indeed real and they’re just not obvious.
As women age there are always questions about what theyre doing. We know we ovulate because ovulation tests look at the white blood cells in our ovaries. But its quite conceivable these tests did not use the correct test. The next question is why do women ovulate when they might not be ovulating. Well the answer is that women can ovulate regardless of their age. They just have to become aware of it.
I know, it seems like a complex. But if youre interested, in our new book, weve put together a list of resources that can help you through this entire process. Weve also included a section on the tools that you can use to help you. Weve also included a section on fibroids and their treatment.