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Welcome to Tulip Women Hospital. A super multi-specialty hospital for women, Tulip Women Hospital is a part of Tulip multi-specialty hospital which is 100 bedded hospital situated near Civil Hospital, Delhi Raod, Sonipat. you can expect that over 100 dedicated employees and physicians will be working tirelessly to ensure that you receive excellent care in a safe and comfortable environment.
As a leading healthcare provider in Haryana, Our Hospital provides quality, compassionate and cost-effective services that continually meet and exceed our patient needs. I hope you will consider the many quality healthcare services available to you at our hospital and off-site facilities and providers. We offer high-quality health care, the most advanced technologies and skilled physicians and nurses who are passionate about what they do.
Women's Health Information: Everything You Need to Know
When you're in your 20s and 30s, the right lifestyle and screening tests can go a long way to keeping you healthy.
- Start a Heart-Healthy Diet-and-Exercise Plan
- Work on Your Relationship With Your Doctor
- Know Your Family Health History
- Don't Forget Key Screening Tests
- Going to the doctor may be the last thing on your mind right now, but regular check-ups may save your health -- and your life -- later.
- Starting in your 20s and 30s, your doctor can perform or recommend a number of simple tests to look for problems that can rob people of their health. Here's a list of the basic tests you should ask for. (Note that your doctor may recommend additional tests based on your personal health profile.)
- Stepping on the Scales. We all hate to do it, but weight -- rather, too much of it -- puts you at high risk for developing a number of diseases later in life.
- Blood Pressure. It's simple, it's cheap and it's quick. Your heart (and arteries, brain, eyes, and kidneys) will thank you later. Cholesterol Profile. You do have to have blood drawn for a cholesterol test, but it's worth it. Everyone age 20 and over should know their cholesterol numbers, and get them checked at least once every four to six years.
- For Women Only: Pelvic Exam and Pap. You knew it was coming -- the pelvic exam, and Pap smear. 10 minutes of mild discomfort from the pelvic exam pays big dividends in protecting you from cancer and diseases that can cause infertility. Pap screen testing should begin at age 21. Routine screening is recommended every three years for women 21-65 years old. For women 30 to 65 years who have a normal Pap test with a negative HPV test, screening can be done every five years. Sexually active women 24 years old and younger also need to have a gonorrhea, chlamydia, and HIV screening. Protecting Your Eyes. You may not have considered this, but at some point before you're 40, visit an eye care provider for an exam. (Go more often if you have vision problems).
- Checking Your Immunizations. Be sure to ask your doctor to update any immunizations that you might need.
When you're in your 40s and 50s, it's time to start giving some thought to the kinds of screening tests you need, what menopause will mean for you, and what nutrition is best. Check out these tips for managing your health.
- Revisit Your Birth Control Methods
- Manage Menopause
- Keep an Eye on Your Bones
If you're in your 60s or older, take a little time to keep your body healthy and your mind sharp. Try these easy tips that can make all the difference.
- Use It or Lose It As you get older, keep your thinking ability in good shape. A key part of this is to make sure your brain stays busy. Read, do crossword puzzles, socialize, try new hobbies, and start new adventures. Maybe it's finally time to learn French!
- Strength Training: It's Never Too Late to Start At 65, you may think the heaviest thing you should lift is the remote. Not true! You do lose bone mass and flexibility with age, but regular strength training and exercise can help keep you healthy. It will help keep your muscles from shrinking, and help you avoid falls and other accidents.
- There's Still Time to Quit Smoking If you've been trying for years to kick the tobacco habit, don't give up now. You can still repair or reduce some of the damage from smoking if you quit now.
- Don't Forget Key Screening Tests Make sure to get your bone density screening test done when you turn 65, or sooner if you're at high risk for the bone-weakening conditions osteopenia and osteoporosis.
- Immunizations It's important to get a flu shot every year. Don't forget about other key vaccines, like the pneumonia shot, which you should get at 65.