- Preventive examinations - 20 plus
- Preventive examinations - 30 plus
- Preventive examinations - 40 plus
- Preventive examinations - 50 plus
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Preventive examinations should be the first point of New Year's resolutions. Enter the new calendar to make an appointment for basic preventive examinations.
Preventive examinations is your he alth insurance policy. Thanks to them, you monitor the condition of your body and you can act early when something deviates from the norm. Preventive examinations allow for early detection of diseases, and even only unfavorable trends.
Preventive examinations - 20 plus
- If you haven't done basic preventive examinations for a long time, which include: blood count and biochemistry as well as general urine testing - do it.
- Visit a gynecologist, get a cytology and transvaginal ultrasound of the reproductive organs, ask for a breast exam.
- Every month, between the 4th and 9th day of your cycle, do your own breast exam.
- Schedule a checkup at the dentist's. Ask if you don't need to remove plaque from your teeth.
Preventive examinations - 30 plus
- General preventive examinations: blood counts, blood chemistry and a general urine test should be done at least every five years, so check when was the last time you had them and write it down in your calendar. Be sure to take a lipidogram for blood tests (cholesterol and triglycerides and cholesterol levels). You don't even think how early atherosclerosis starts now!
- Schedule a follow-up visit at the gynecologist, plan a cytology and transvaginal ultrasound. Have your blood pressure measured.
- Have you already done a breast ultrasound? If not, please do so in this process. When you turn 36, do your first mammography. Systematic breast checkup is crucial to your he alth.
- Make an appointment with the dentist.
- When was the last time you got your eyesight checked? If more than 5 years ago, make an appointment with an ophthalmologist. You need to check visual acuity, examine the fundus and intraocular pressure (glaucoma prophylaxis).
- Remember to self-examine your breasts every month.
Preventive examinations - 40 plus
- Basic preventive examinations - blood count, blood sugar tests and general urine tests should be done every year.
- Lipidogram (cholesterol,cholesterol fractions and triglycerides) - once every two years, but if there are cases of atherosclerosis and coronary artery disease in your family - once a year.
- Have you tested your thyroid hormones - if not, do it this year. After you are 40, you should have your thyroid hormone levels checked at least every 10 years.
- Plan a visit to the gynecologist (cytology, transvaginal ultrasound of the reproductive organs, blood pressure measurement and breast examination). Make an appointment with the dentist.
- If you haven't had your eyesight tested in the last year - make an appointment with an ophthalmologist (visual acuity check, fundus examination and intraocular pressure measurement).
- Have you already done an electrocardiogram? After 40, it must be done at least every 5 years.
- Remember to self-examine your breasts once a month.
Preventive examinations - 50 plus
- General preventive examinations (complete blood count and biochemistry with lipid profile) and general urinalysis should be done every year, so sign up for the examination. Ask the doctor to write an order for thyroid hormone levels in the blood test referral - you should also do it every year.
- Also schedule an electrocardiogram and mammography.
- Make an appointment with an ophthalmologist and a dentist.
- Have you already done densitometry (bone density testing)? If not, it's time to do them the first time.