3 Areas Where Internists Are A Winning Match for Women’s Health

Women can easily become overwhelmed when contemplating options for the best health care services available. Not only do women need to schedule appointments with their primary health care provider for general check-ups, but reproductive health must be maintained with the help of a specialist as well. Women face a list of health concerns unique to them and it can be easy to feel confused to which doctor or specialist to contact with each concern. For this reason, doctors who are specifically trained in internal medicine may be the perfect match for a woman looking for comprehensive care.

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Women can easily become overwhelmed when contemplating options for the best health care services available. Not only do women need to schedule appointments with their primary health care provider for general check-ups, but reproductive health must be maintained with the help of a specialist as well. Women face a list of health concerns unique to them and it can be easy to feel confused to which doctor or specialist to contact with each concern. For this reason, doctors who are specifically trained in internal medicine may be the perfect match for a woman looking for comprehensive care.

 

Internal medicine is the practice of applying clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment and care of adults across the spectrum. While they are not a one-stop-shop of medical knowledge, they are well-studied in many types of treatments and prevention, as well as typical women’s health care needs. This is an important distinction: internists have clear training in not only diagnoses, but prevention as well.

 

Here, we’ll dive into 3 key areas where internists can help to give women the comprehensive health care they need.

 

Reproductive Health

Reproductive health care is what most would consider to be the bulk of “women’s health” rhetoric. Generally speaking, women will have an annual exam for their reproductive health that includes a pap smear and a physical exam to to ensure high standards of health. However, there are many important areas of care that can be missed by just focusing on reproductive health in women. Having a physician who specializes in comprehensive care will open doors to discussions on other areas of concern.

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Author: Thorsten Hagemann

Thorsten Hagemann is medical professional, entrepreneur, and cycling enthusiast. He is the Founder of MedAdvise Ltd., a consultancy company focused on preventative medicine. Hagemann graduated in medicine in 1998 and earned his Doctor of Medicine in 2002. He went on to specialize in Internal Medicine, Haematology, and Medical Oncology.

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