Clinically reviewed on 23/3/2022 by Bryony Lathbury
We want everyone to feel comfortable talking about women’s health, including the awkward giggles or cringey faces (!), but with knowledge, and empowered to better support all our female friends and loved ones. Through our women’s health campaign, we aim to empower 1 million comfortable conversations on all aspects of women's health, at all life-stages and with everyone important to us.
We’ve partnered with the Lady Garden Foundation and Ovarian Cancer Action, charities who share our belief that if we don't talk about women’s health, we can't change it. By shining a light on women’s health conversations, together we'll challenge the taboos, empower 'comfortable conversations' and aid action towards seeking clinical scans, tests and advice with resources to help you navigate these health needs and life stages.
We’ll be regularly adding new content including blogs, articles and webinars, so do keep checking back. Use the contents below to jump to the section relevant to you.
To kick things off, as the trusted healthcare partner to England Rugby, we sat down with the Red Roses, and female members of the amateur game for a #ComfyConvo about the women’s health issues that are often left in the shadows on and off the rugby pitch.
Download our guide to women’s health screening by age, and see which check-ups are recommended over the course of a women’s lifetime.
In this article we explore the female lifetime screening pathway, from cervical and breast screenings to symptoms of the five gynaecological cancers.
Emma explores why women experience pain during pregnancy, as well as bladder and bowel control problems and what can be done to help.
In this article, nutritionist and wellbeing coach Monica Durigon gives her top tips for what (and what not) to eat when you're pregnant, including managing cravings and the importance of quality over quantity.
You've probably got a lot of things on your mind right now, which is why we've asked Monica to share her tips on what to eat when breastfeeding to keep you healthy and your baby happy when it comes to nutrition.
We look at how physiotherapy can help with pelvic health, why you would need to see a physio, and what you can expect from your appointment.
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