What Tests Can I Expect to Have in a Well Woman Screen?


Health screening can include a wide range of tests to assess the risk or status of many conditions. It is important to make the right choice. Many wellness screens cater for different ages and stages in life. For instance if you are in your 20s, you might like to consider a sexual wellbeing screen or if you are perhaps in your 30s and have not had children, an ovarian reserve screen. For more mature women, ovarian cancer or menopause health checks are a must. Some however are universal such as breast checks, smear tests and general health and wellbeing screens.

Well Woman Screen

Screening Tests at The Women’s Wellness Centre

We offer a comprehensive range and are constantly adding to the choice to ensure there is a health screen designed around your life style and needs. So what will be included in your package?

  • A discussion of your medical history, including your family medical history, past diagnoses and medical problems, and any treatments you are currently using
  • General physical check up
  • Measuring your BMI
  • Blood pressure test
  • Urine test to check for issues such urine infection
  • Blood tests, to detect problems such as diabetes, liver or kidney disorders, and hormone levels
  • Breast examination to look for early indications of breast changes
  • Pelvic examination to check for signs of gynaecological conditions
  • Cervical smear test to detect pre-cancerous cells
  • Screening for pelvic infections and STIs
  • Transvaginal ultrasound to look for signs of any gynaecological issues

After the screening you will receive all of the results of your screening tests along with expert advice to help you interpret them. Your Consultant Gynaecologist will advise you on what you can do to stay healthy and reduce your risk of certain conditions. If any issues have been detected, you will also receive relevant advice about the next steps, which could include further investigations or treatments.

Choosing Your Screening Package

Well woman screening typically includes a selection of general and gender specific tests. You should ensure that the screening package you choose includes tests for any health problems you are particularly concerned about, such as conditions that have affected other people in your family. It can also be useful to discuss the screening options with your Consultant Gynaecologist who will be able to advise you on the best tests for you.


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The contents on this site is for information only, and is not meant to substitute the advice of your own physician or other medical professional.