FOUR SQUARE WOMEN’S CARE EXAM®

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FOUR SQUARE WOMEN’S CARE EXAM®

Who has time to schlep all over the valley going to different medical offices for primary care, imaging, and gynecology appointments?

 

No one. That’s who.

We’re listening to you. That’s why we created a bundled, annual well-woman check called the Four Square Women’s Care Exam®!

The Four Square Women’s Care® Exam includes:

  • Annual Exam
  • PAP Test
  • Cancer Watch Skin Check
  • Mammogram

That’s all four exams taken care of at ONE location in ONE hour! It’s like one-stop shopping in women’s healthcare.

Why do I need an annual well-woman exam anyway?

 

The point of a well-woman exam is to keep you healthy. Coming into Ma’am Exams annually helps our medical providers find and deal with any problems that do come up when they’re still small — before they turn into big issues.

 

Our medical providers will tailor your well-woman visit to your age, family history, past health history, and need for preventive screenings.

 

Other services such as checking your blood pressure, height, weight, and temperature is provided as needed, based on your medical and family history.

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When should I get a mammogram?

 

Women ages 40 to 44 should have an annual breast cancer screening with a mammogram each year. It is especially important to have a screening if there is a history of breast cancer in your family or other risks.

 

Women 45+ should plan on getting a mammogram annually. Screenings should continue as long as a woman is in good health and is expected to live 10 more years or longer.

 

Talk to our medical providers about your risk for breast cancer and the best screening plan for you.

What’s a PAP test?

 

A PAP test, also called a PAP smear, is a screening test for cervical cancer. It takes less than 20 minutes and is not painful.

 

Cell samples are gently scraped from the cervix. These samples are sent to a lab to check for suspicious cells. In this case a “negative” result is a good outcome. It means that your cells are normal. However, if your reading was “positive” it does not mean that you have cancer.

 

A positive reading can mean many other things, including inflammation. Most likely, another PAP test will be ordered after a few months to compare the results against the original findings.

Why do you include a Cancer Watch® Skin Check?

 

Most women carefully watch and exam skin tags, bumps, freckles, and melanocytes (or moles) to see if they are changing color or shape. It’s important that you perform a monthly skin check yourself.

 

When you come into Ma’am Exams for your Four Square Women’s Care Exam our medical provider will ask you to point out any areas on your skin that you are causing you concern.

 

She will also look at your upper and lower back, where it is difficult to spot problem areas.

 

She will also look at your upper and lower back, where it is difficult to spot problem areas.