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Women's Health and Wellbeing

Women’s preventive services such as mammograms, cervical cancer screenings, chlamydia screenings, prenatal care and more are provided at no cost as part of your health plan.

It’s important to attend annual well-woman visits. Ask your doctor about which health screenings are best for your health and wellbeing. Don’t have a doctor or need to find a provider? We can help you find one.

Talk with your healthcare provider about tests and screenings that will be best for you.

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Breast cancer screening

Breast cancer remains the most diagnosed cancer in women. With early screenings and by following recommended guidelines, breast cancer can be found early to increase chances of survival.

  • Mammograms are recommended every two years for women who are 50 to 74 years old and at average risk for breast cancer.
  • Start talking to your doctor at age 40 to plan for when you should get a mammogram and how often based on your family and personal health history.

Cervical cancer screening

Cervical cancer can be serious with a high risk of death when it goes undiagnosed. It is preventable with a vaccine and often treatable if found early by a screening or pap smear.

  • Women ages 21 through 65 should receive a Pap smear every three years.
  • Ask your doctor about the HPV vaccination.

Chlamydia screening

Sexually transmitted infections (STI) are on the rise. Chlamydia is the most common STI, and women often do not know they have it and do not get treated quickly. If untreated, chlamydia can cause long lasting health problems, leading to infertility and other pregnancy problems.  Chlamydia is easily treated with medications and curable.

  • Screening for chlamydia and gonorrhea is recommended for all sexually active women 24 years of age and younger. Screening for women 25 years of age and older is recommended only if there is an increased risk of infection.
  • Talk to your doctor about getting a preventive chlamydia and gonorrhea screening.

Pregnancy Benefits

It’s important to have regular prenatal visits when pregnant to keep you and your baby healthy. We offer two maternity programs – Maven and Special Delivery - to help you have a healthy pregnancy. Benefits are available to you at no additional cost as part of your health plan.

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Birth control reduces the risk of unplanned pregnancies in women that are not ready to start a family and in women that just had a baby. It is important to start birth control after having a baby to avoid problems that come with closely spaced pregnancies.

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Earn rewards for completing recommended women’s health actions. Login or register today to see how much you can earn. There are many women’s health recommendations that may apply to you.

  • Breast Cancer Screening
  • Cervical Cancer Screening
  • Chlamydia Screening
  • Prenatal Care
  • Postpartum Contraception
  • Pregnancy Care Manager Engagement
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