Women have unique health issues including pregnancy, menopause, and conditions of the female organs. Women can have a healthy pregnancy by getting early and regular prenatal care at women’s health clinics Queens. They can also get recommended breast cancer, cervical cancer, and bone density screenings. Although women and men have many of the same health problems, these problems can affect women differently. For example:
Today women’s health clinics Queens serve millions of women of childbearing age and about a quarter of all low-income women of reproductive health age. In a recent study of these health centers researchers found that 59 percent of nearly 2,000 women surveyed obtain family planning services at women’s health clinic 11368 and report a high degree of satisfaction. Access to family planning is a critical part of any effort to improve the health of women, and is part of patients’ right to access health care. Women are healthier when they can decide for themselves when to have sex and if and when to have children. Family planning with birth control or contraception enables them to make those decisions.
Certain conditions and diseases present primarily, differently or exclusively in women. The doctors at women’s health clinic 11368 consider these gender-based differences when evaluating patients. In addition they care for women who have specific female health concerns including, but not limited to:
Family planning is one of the 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century. The availability of family planning services allows women to achieve desired birth spacing and family size, and contributes to improved health outcomes for infants, children and women. Family planning services include:
Unintended pregnancies occur among women of all incomes, educational levels, and ages. However, there are disparities in unintended pregnancy rates. The rates of unintended pregnancy are highest among the following groups:
Many women of reproductive age can benefit from preconception care (care before pregnancy). Preconception care has been defined as a set of interventions designed to identify and reduce risks to a woman’s health and improve pregnancy outcomes through prevention and management of health conditions. The clinical staff at Queens Gynecology Services provides a wide range of women’s health services. Contact them today at: (718) 779-2666.
104-08 Roosevelt Avenue, 2nd Floor
Corona, NY 11368