The annual preventive screening serves for early recognition of cancer and its preliminary stages. Early diagnosis can save lives.
Statutory preventive care
Statutory cancer prevention includes:
From 20 years of age
- Cervical smear (cancer smear)
- Palpation examination of the abdomen with cervix and ovaries
- Chlamydia smear (until 25 years of age)
From 30 years of age
- Additional palpation examination of the breast gland
From 50 years of age
- Palpation examination of the rectum and stool examination for blood
From 56 years of age
- Additional colonoscopy
- Stool examination for blood every two years
From 50 to 69 years of age
- Mammography every 2 years (screening)
We can also offer individual consultation during these appointments, e.g. on suitable forms of contraception.
Individualised preventive care
In addition to the regular preventive examinations, we offer supplementary services that permit even more specific statements and differentiated results. These services are usually not covered by the statutory health insurances. We will gladly provide information in a personal interview and inform you about when the following examinations are sensible for you:
- Thin-layer cytology
- HPV smear
- Vaginal sonography of the uterus, the ovaries and the bladder
- Breast ultrasound
- Immunological stool test
- Early recognition of bladder cancer
- Chlamydia test
Symptoms during the time of menopause may turn your everyday life upside-down. Some women profit from targeted therapy. This may go from changes to your lifestyle to plant-based preparations, to hormone replacement treatment. Initially, we would like to find out together with you by targeted anamnesis and examination (ultrasound, poss. hormone determination from the blood) what will match your individual situation best. Below, we will present the advantages and disadvantages of possible therapies and initiate and monitor the corresponding treatments if applicable.
In the scope of our consultation, we offer targeted small pelvic ultrasound examinations (uterus, ovaries, bladder) and the breast. The size and position of the uterus, the ovaries and the breast gland tissue with the associated lymph drain area can be examined without any exposure to radiation this way. These examinations offer the option of discovering even small benign as well as malignant changes early on. These additional examinations can be performed on the patient's request.