Well-Woman Exams in Gilbert, AZ
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What Are Well-Woman Exams?
At Life Care for Women, we are proud to provide routine well-woman exams to assess your health and wellness. This can include screening for reproductive abnormalities, cervical cancer, breast lumps, and more. These preventive checkups help Mesa, Chandler, and Tempe, AZ women during all stages of life. They are particularly important for women who are at or over the age of 21 or who are sexually active. Board-certified gynecologist Dr. Linda Sodoma and her talented gynecology and women's health team understand how important this private matter is, which is why you can rest assured that our sexual health specialists in Gilbert, AZ are compassionate, friendly, and eager to help you address any issues. For more information or to schedule your well-woman exam, contact Life Care for Women today!
What Can I Expect During A Well-Woman Exam?
Your women's wellness test in Gilbert, AZ will start as most medical exams do with a review of your health history, a record of your weight and last menstrual cycle, and more. During your exam, we may perform the following:
- Breast examination
- Pap smear
- Pelvic exam
- Family planning services
- Blood work
- Urine test
We know that well-woman exams can sometimes be a little bit uncomfortable, but our female-led office understands exactly where you're coming from and will do our best to make you feel at home. During your visit, we can address any concerns you have, such as birth control, menopause, STDs, pelvic pain, and more.
Life Care For Women Reviews
Dr. Sodoma is the best! Terrific Dr plus the entire staff - everyone is always helpful, friendly, and attentive. It’s not just routine care, Dr is interested in your health, catching any issues early, and your quality of life.
Dr. Sodoma was my 2nd opinion and now my first choice moving forward. I was disheartened when I first heard of my situation and a patient recommended I see her doctor-Sodoma. My consult with her was 180 degrees from what I was told from the previous doctor. Sodoma took lead on my operation and the other doctors were excited to work with her postop which felt like further validation that I had chosen the right doctor for my care. A 20 year+ situation is now resolved and I have very little scarring. My body is rejuvenated and I can participate in life more fully.
Dr. Sodoma was so nice, helpful and receptive to my concerns. She explained things well and answered questions without making me feel rushed. The front and back staff was also friendly and engaging and I was taken promptly at my appointment time. Very good experience.
The whole staff makes you feel comfortable. They are pleasant and always have a smile on their faces.
Dr. Sodoma is amazing, she listened to my concerns and gave me recommendations to improve my quality of life. I truly appreciate her expertise. Awesome doctor!
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Stay on Top of Your Health with A Well-Woman Exam
Board-certified gynecologist Dr. Linda Sodoma and her team at Life Care for Women are dedicated to providing women the preventive gynecology care and sexual wellness they need to live a healthy life. We recommend that all our patients visit our office on a regular basis for a well-woman exam to check for signs of cervical cancer, reproductive health concerns, and more. For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact our Gilbert, AZ women's health office today.
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Well-Woman Exams FAQs
What should I do if an abnormality is found during my well-woman exam?
If anything abnormal is found during your well-woman exam, our team may request further diagnostic testing to identify the results. If needed, an appropriate treatment plan can then be created in order to treat any abnormalities. You may also be referred to a specialist if necessary.
How often should I receive a well-woman exam?
It is recommended that women receive a well-woman exam once a year. As a crucial step to preserving your overall health, a well-woman exam can catch conditions early on so that proper treatment can be provided. If you are in need of a yearly well-woman exam, contact our facility today!
At what age should I receive my first well-woman exam?
Once a woman reaches the age of 21 or becomes sexually active, they should schedule their first well-woman exam. It is also important to talk to your provider during your well-woman exam if you have a family history of cervical or breast cancer. If you have any questions or concerns during your exam, our team at Life Care For Women can help provide answers and let you know if any additional steps or precautions may need to be taken.