Your health and active longevity
«Golden age” is called so, because there is a time in the life of a woman, when she leaves the cares of youth in the past and from there on gets an opportunity to live for herself, her own pleasure, to realize old dreams. But this "golden" time can be darkened by forerunners of menopause - hot flashes, weight gain, problems with skin and hair, headaches, insomnia. Although this is a natural process, you can successfully fight with the unpleasant symptoms and maintain attractiveness and excellent well-being.
The program “Golden Age” is made up taking into account the peculiarities of age and the international recommendations on women's healthcare.
It includes only necessary and effective investigations for:
- prevention and early detection of oncological diseases, osteoporosis, diabetes mellitus and other dangerous diseases;
- selection of hormone replacement therapy;
- elaboration of the individual recommendations for the preservation of health and active longevity.
Stages of the program "Golden Age":
1. Consultation of a gynecologist-supervisor, including ultrasound, oncocytology (PAP Smear) and smear on the flora
2. Digital mammography
3. X-ray densitometry of the lumbar spine and femur
4. Laboratory blood tests
- Thyroid hormone levels
- thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)
- free thyroxin
- Female hormone levels
- follicle-stimulating hormone
- Bone Condition Indicators
- parathyroid hormone
- vitamin D
- General blood parameters
- prothrombin time + INR
- thrombin time
- alanine aminotransferase (ALT)
- aspartate aminotransferase (AST)
- total cholesterol / HDL cholesterol / LDL cholesterol
- Complete blood count with leukocyte count
5. Consultation of the gynecologist-supervisor on the results of surveys.
Program cost: 1230 euros
Sign up for the program: +7 (495) 933 66 55, ext. 4648
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