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Women’s Health Check

As the backbone of every household, women often play multiple roles, including decision maker and caregiver. However, amidst the daily hustle and bustle, it’s easy to overlook one’s own health. That’s why it’s essential to prioritize your well-being and encourage the women in your life to do the same. 

Prevention is always better than cure, and regular health checks are a crucial component of maintaining good health. By catching any potential issues early on, you can receive timely treatment and identify potential risks before they become more serious.

Get Insight into Gynecological Diseases and Symptoms

Female reproductive organs are susceptible to a range of medical conditions that fall under the category of gynecological illnesses. These ailments can affect various areas, including the uterus, ovaries, and vagina, as well as cause anomalies such as variations in breast shape or size, nipple discharge, and inward curvature. Here are some common symptoms and diseases related to gynecology:


Leukorrhea with yellow-green color, a bad odor, or resembling tofu texture are typical changes observed


Frequent urination, pain while urinating, and the presence of blood in urine are characteristic symptoms

Breast Cancer

Changes in breast appearance or size, firm nodules, nipple discharge, or inversion, and enlarged lymph nodes in the armpit region are potential indicators

Menstrual Disorders

Inconsistent menstrual cycle, abnormal blood flow, menstruation lasting less than 2 days or more than 7 days, and severe menstrual cramps are common signs

Uterine Fibroid

Excessive menstrual blood flow, dysmenorrhea, frequent urination, challenges in achieving pregnancy or even sterility are typical symptoms

Cervical Cancer

Unusual vaginal bleeding, discharge with a foul odor, pelvic or back discomfort, blood in urine, weight loss, and fatigue without any apparent reason can suggest cervical cancer

Humansa Personalised Health Check-ups and Assessments

At Humansa, we are a private retreat which focuses on wellbeing. Humansa provides bespoke services prioritising your health through our multidisciplinary approach. Our team of experienced professionals offer clear and insightful recommendations based on assessment results, paving the way to a happier and healthier life.

With each individual’s health needs being unique, we provide tailored services that cater to each person’s specific age, from the young to the young at heart. Our assessments evaluate health conditions and provide the correct guidance required to prevent diseases, promote healthier lifestyles, and improve health in general.

Common Health Check Items for Female

Common Health Check Items for Female


Pap smear

A test to check for abnormal cells in the cervix that could lead to cervical cancer

Pelvis ultrasound

A scan that uses sound waves to create images of the uterus, ovaries, and other pelvic organs

Breast ultrasound

A scan that uses sound waves to create images of the breast tissue to check for lumps or abnormalities

Breast mammogram

An X-ray of the breast tissue to check for abnormalities, such as lumps or calcifications, that may indicate breast cancer

Bone density scan

A test that uses X-rays to measure the density and strength of bones, typically to check for osteoporosis

What are the Essential Gynecological Evaluations for Women at Different Stages of Life?

Women under 25: Breast self-examination and regular Pap smear if sexually active

Women aged 25-40: Consistent Pap smear, pelvic ultrasound, and breast ultrasound

Women over 40: Consistent Pap smear, pelvic ultrasound, breast mammogram, and bone density scan

Women over 50: Bone density scan

Humansa Women’s Health Check

Plan name

Women’s Health Check


General Examination
– Detailed medical history
– Body Height, Weight & BMI Measurement
– Blood Pressure & Pulse Measurement
– Physical Breast & Pelvis Exam

Cervical Cancer Screening
– Pap Smear 
– HPV DNA testing 
– Ultrasound Examination of Pelvis (incl. Ovaries, Uterus)

Breasts Examination (choose one) 
A. Ultrasound Breasts (suitable for women under 40) 
B. 2D Mammogram (suitable for women over 40) 

Follow-up – Doctor’s Consultation
– Report Interpretation and Advice


Optional Add-on Examination Items

– DEXA scan
– Ultrasound breasts
– 9-in-1 HPV vaccination
– Upgrade to 3D Mammogram

FAQs of Women’s Health Check

Is it possible to undergo a gynecological health check during my menstrual cycle?

It’s not recommended to have a gynecological exam during your period as menstrual blood can interfere with sample collection and test accuracy. It’s best to schedule the check-up for after your period.

Do I need to be hospitalized for a gynecological health check?

No, gynecological evaluations can be done in a clinic, and hospitalization is not necessary.

Is it necessary to undergo gynecological health checks after menopause?

Yes, even after menopause, women are still at risk for various types of cancer, including cervical, ovarian, and breast cancer. Therefore, it’s important for post-menopausal women to continue with routine gynecological health checks.

The above information is for reference only and shall not be considered as medical advice. Please consult with your doctor or healthcare provider for further enquiries.