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Women's Health

Regular health screenings goes hand in hand with the quality of life. Speedoc's home-based health screening packages are tailored to test for several conditions to enable you to detect diseases early and you can easily make an appointment via the Speedoc app.
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What Are The Common Health Concerns Females Have?

Did you know that women are more prone to certain diseases than men are? Some of these diseases include breast cancer, cervical cancer, and osteoporosis.
Achieve clearer skin with acne treatment. Acne is usually caused by excess oil production, clogged hair follicles or bacteria buildup.

Hormonal imbalances, stress, diet or even long hours of wearing a mask can lead to excess oil production, clogged hair follicles or bacteria buildup, causing acne breakouts. Sometimes, it can be long-lasting and persist for years or even decades.

Medications can help to clear up stubborn acne, giving clearer skin.

Birth Control and Emergency Contraception
Prevent pregnancy, cramps, acne breakouts and regulate periods.

As an effective reversible treatment, birth control pills help to prevent the release of eggs from the ovaries, preventing pregnancy. It also helps to lessen menstrual cramps, regulate periods and acne breakouts.

Emergency contraception can help to prevent over 95% of pregnancies if taken within 5 days of last sexual intercourse.

Find out more about birth control here.

Find out more about emergency contraception here.

Urinary Tract Infection
Get treatment for UTI, one of the most common bacterial infections in women.

Typical symptoms such as painful urination, feeling urgent and having a sensation of incomplete bladder emptying may indicate UTI.

If left untreated, the infection can move throughout the body and may be life-threatening.

Find out more about Urinary Tract Infection here.

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine - Gardasil 9
Prevent cervical cancer, one of the most common cancers in women.

The HPV vaccine reduces your risk of cervical cancer, one of the highest cancers in women, and is recommended for women under 26 years old.

There are over 100 different strains of HPV and certain types can infect the cervix, vagina, and vulva, causing abnormal changes to the cell and eventually leading to cancer. It is easily transmitted through skin-to-skin contact, and most infections do not display any symptoms.

Find out more about whether Gardasil 9 is suitable for you here.

Health Screening
Detect potential life-threatening conditions early with Pap Smear, STD tests, mammogram, breast ultrasound and HPV DNA screen.

Health screening helps you to detect conditions early, even if you are not showing any symptoms. Early detection helps you to avoid potential complications in the future. Depending on which health screening is selected, it may require a blood, urine, X-ray and/or ultrasound test.

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Breast cancer
A common cancer type among women, especially for those who are in their later years.

Breast cancer is 100 times more common in women and one of the most common cancers among women. A leading cause of premature deaths, breast cancer can present with a painless lump in the breast or armpit, bleeding or abnormal discharge from the nipple, and retracted nipple.

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Cervical cancer
Cervical cancer is the 10th most common cancer in women but it can be effectively treated if detected early.

Cervical cancer is a cancer unique to women and often a complication resulting from the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infection. HPV is more commonly sexually transmitted but cervical cancer may only develop some 20 years after contracting HPV.

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A disease that weakens bones, making them fragile and more likely to break.

Osteoporosis is a disease where your bone becomes weak and brittle as it loses density. This commonly affects post-menopausal women, due to reduced estrogen in the body.

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Sexually-transmitted diseases (STD)
STDs are contracted during unprotected sex and they are very common. At times. people who have them don't show any symptoms.

Women are not necessarily more prone to sexually transmitted diseases, but they can be more seriously affected. For example, HPV infections can result in cervical cancers.

Find out more about Sexually-transmitted diseases (STD) Testing here.

What Female Health Screening Packages Do We Offer?

Types of screening
Recommended for
PAP Smear
A Papanicolauo test, or PAP smear, tests for cervical cancer. The test can identify abnormal cells from the cervix and is a good screening test to detect precancerous conditions.
Sexually active women between the ages of 20 and 65.
To be done yearly for two consecutive years, followed by once every three years if the first two results are negative.
Breast Ultrasound
A breast ultrasound test for breast cancer and other breast problems.
Women between age 20 to 75.
An ultrasound is only required if there are abnormal lumps in your breasts and would be done yearly to monitor for any changes.
Just like a breast ultrasound, a mammogram tests for breast cancer. This imaging test is important in early diagnosis as it checks for signs of cancer in women who have no observable symptoms.
Women age 40 to 49.
Mammograms are not recommended for those below aged 40. From 40 to 49, women are recommended to go for a yearly mammogram. From age 50 onwards, women are recommended to go for a mammogram once every two years, otherwise advised.
Sexual Health Screening
The sexual health screening includes testing for chlamydia, Herpes Type 1 and 2, Hepetatis A, B, and C, HIV and STI.
Women who are sexually active.
Yearly if you have one consistent partner, half-yearly if you engage in casual sex with multiple partners.

Why Screen With Speedoc?

We understand that you may feel uncomfortable about disclosing intimate details about your lifestyle. At Speedoc, we safeguard your privacy:

  • Consultation is carried out remotely so you get to be in the comforts of your home. Everything you share with us will be kept confidential.
  • Medications will be delivered to your doorstep in an opaque, unbranded packaging.

Benefits of using Speedoc

Private & secure information

Consult a doctor in the privacy of your home and all information will be kept strictly confidential.

Get all your medications delivered to your doorstep.

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Discreet packaging. All medications will be delivered in an opaque, unbranded packaging.


Book a House Call Doctor or Video Consult

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Get a doctor to your doorstep by following quick and simple steps on the Speedoc App:
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Make a request

On the Speedoc app, select 'Book a Doctor', enter your details and confirm the request

Receive care in your home
Receive care in your home

Your doctor arrives at your doorstep or get on a video consult with you, prescribing treatment accordingly

Recover at home
Recover at home

Rest and recover in ease at home. Follow-up with your doctor via our in-app chat if needed

Book An Appointment With Speedoc

The Speedoc app is your one-stop platform to manage your appointments, access your medical records, track your bills, and follow-up with your doctor whenever you need to! More about our health programmes and packages are also available. Download the Speedoc app here!


Frequently Asked Questions

Should all women get pap smears?
Is a cervical test and pap test the same?
At what age should I start breast cancer screening?
Can I film the doctor/nurse during the appointment?

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