Women’s health support
Life’s for living, and we want to help women live it to the full.
Women’s health support: Key symptoms you should know
Our bodies never stop changing, so it’s good to keep an eye on your mental and physical health and make sure you know what’s normal for you.
If you’re worried about any symptoms, or notice anything unusual, do get checked out as soon as possible.
Women’s health support — at any age
The Bupa Female Health Check
Designed for women aged 25+, this women’s assessment focuses on your breast and gynaecological health. Booking this check-up means you’ll have 30 minutes with the doctor, when you can discuss any worries you may have. It also includes:
- Measurements of your BMI and waist-to-height ratio
- A blood pressure test
- Blood and urine tests, including for anaemia and cholesterol
- A breast examination
- A cervical cancer (primary HPV) screening test
- A high-vaginal swab, if the doctor thinks it’s needed
Learn more about women’s health conditions
There are lots of health conditions which only women face. It’s good to know about the more common ones, so you’ll be able to spot when something isn’t quite right.
We offer mental health information and advice for everyone
We all need different levels of mental health support at times. Sometimes it’s a friend showing they care, sometimes it’s help from a doctor or specialist. The information and advice on our website is for everyone, not just Bupa customers.
Information about women’s health support from Bupa’s experts
Women turning to Google for 'abnormal' health worries
Recent research from Bupa Health Clinics reveals an increase in searches on Google for women's health concerns.
Women’s health support: hints and tips from our experts
1Advice offered via the Bupa Menopause HealthLine is covered under your health scheme. However, please note that any treatments for menopause symptoms are not covered by Bupa.
^ Lines are open from 8am to 8pm, 365 days a year. Call may be recorded and to maintain the quality of our service we may monitor some of our calls, always respecting the confidentiality of the call
Bupa Menopause HealthLine is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority or the Prudential Regulation Authority.
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