Maintaining women’s health and quality of life is one of the main tasks of the Northway Clinic. The Northway Clinic provides a wide range of services to ensure that health is not a concern for a woman at any age and allows her to enjoy life to the fullest.
Women’s health – the basis of well-being and fulfilled life
Women’s health is like a fragile flower that must be carefully nurtured by every lady to maintain their well-being and quality of life for many years to come. Therefore, regular gynaecological examinations play an important role in timely diagnosis and treatment of gynaecological disorders. Preventive gynaecological examinations are recommended for all women at least once a year, even if there are no complaints.
For the Northway Clinic, maintaining women’s health and quality of life is one of the most important priorities, therefore the clinic offers a wide range of preventive and treatment services, as well as aesthetic treatments so that a woman of any age would be confident and feel great.
How does women’s health change with age, and how can the Northway Clinic help?
Aging is an inevitable life process that worries every woman, as it has a significant impact on a woman’s reproductive health, including her ability to give birth. Although a woman’s reproductive function decreases with age, there are still opportunities to have a baby. Check out the information on how women’s health changes at different ages and the methods offered by the Northway Clinic to help solve fertility issues.
Not only can aging prevent pregnancy – young women without obvious health issues also can face difficulties to conceive a baby. And the reasons can be from lifestyle to various health conditions. The Northway Clinic recommends that you have a doctor’s appointment timely to find out why attempts to conceive have failed. Depending on the results of the examinations, the specialist will prepare an individual treatment plan in agreement with the patient.
Treatment: The Northway Clinic mainly uses IUI, IVF or ICSI to treat fertility issues in women under the age of 35 if medications and/or surgical treatment do not give the expected results. You can learn more about these methods in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Infertility section.
The aging process is known to affect the whole body, but unfortunately the greatest impact is on a woman’s reproductive system. Ovum is aging the fastest – from the age of 35, both their quantity and quality are declining.
Treatment: Women of this age are treated with IVF or ICSI method and pre-implantation genetic screening (PGS), which allows them to select high-quality embryos for implantation, thus contributing to better results and avoiding premature termination of pregnancy.
Between the ages of 46 and 50, a woman’s body produces ovum much more slowly, and their quality is the lowest, so the chances of having a baby are unfortunately low or even none. However, due to modern medical solutions, even at this age it is possible to successfully carry and give birth to a healthy baby.
Treatment: The Northway Clinic offers various donor programs that allow you to become a happy parent even if your reproductive function no longer allows you to conceive naturally. Pregnancy can be achieved with donor material – ovum, sperm or embryos, using both the patient’s and the donor’s cells, as long as the patient’s reproductive health allows it. The Northway Clinic has awide base of carefully tested donors that allow patient to choose the donor according to her preferences.