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As a member of Tufts Health Plan, you can get a gynecological checkup once a year. Your primary care provider (PCP) can provide this checkup, or you can choose to see an obstetrician/gynecologist. Your yearly checkup is a good time to ask any questions and learn more about your health. You can also talk with your provider about family-planning options that suit your needs.
Detection and Prevention
Regular pap tests can help detect precancerous cells and cervical cancer early when treatment is most effective.
Women ages 40 – 74 should have a regular mammogram to help detect breast cancer as early as possible. Ask your provider how often you should have a mammogram.
For more information, visit our Online Health Guide (link opens outside of Tufts Health Plan's website).
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