Women are turning to Google for 'abnormal' health worries
Recent research from Bupa Health Clinics reveals an increase in Google searches about women's health concerns
Here Dr Sam Wild answers our most Googled questions
Throughout her career as a GP, Sam has developed a particular interest in women’s health, paediatrics and safeguarding. She is committed to breaking down the stigma around many subjects relating to female health. Through her writing, lectures, podcasts and live Q&A events, she hopes to empower women to get the right information and develop the confidence to deal with their concerns.
How your mental health and menstrual cycle are linked
Your mental health and menstrual cycle are closely linked together
Female health check
If you don’t have health insurance and you’re looking for further support, you can discuss any female health concerns relating to breast and gynaecological health by booking a Bupa female health assessment today.
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Book a private appointment with a GP today to discuss smear tests, contraceptive choices, vaginal discharge, and period problems. You can see a Bupa GP face to face in one of our health clinics, or book a remote appointment by phone or video call.
Our Menopause Plan
If you’re worried about the menopause, experiencing symptoms or looking for menopause treatment, our Menopause Plan lets you talk to a GP who has been specially trained in the menopause.
We’ve gathered together information about how to deal with your symptoms, how to cope with endometriosis at work, and personal stories from women living with endometriosis. Plus, there’s support and advice from Bupa’s health experts.
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