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Women's Health

In Your 20s and 30s

Learn more about common health topics for women your age and find out what you can do to maintain or improve your health.

20s and 30s: Your Top 5 Health Topics

  • Pregnancy and childbirth - Become mom of the year before even giving birth. Use our tools and resources to maintain a healthy pregnancy. Visit healthy-pregnancy.comOpens a new window.
  • Infertility - Get help with complex and expensive infertility treatments. See if infertility treatments are covered by your benefit plan.
  • Depression - You don't have to struggle alone. Check your mental health benefits to see what services may be covered.
  • Cervical cancer - Learn about cancer resources that can help you through treatment and recovery.
  • Eating disorders and body image - Get support developing a positive attitude toward food and nutrition. Check your mental health benefits to see what services may be covered.

Read about other common health topics for women.

20s and 30s: Your health checklist

Take steps to improve your health with our top-five recommended health to-dos.

  • Quit smoking – Get help quitting and reduce your risk of just about every health condition.
  • Manage your weight – Get help improving your nutrition, managing your weight and creating an exercise plan.
  • Identify your personal health needs – Learn healthy habits and find out more about health concerns for women your age.
  • Take advantage of your benefits – Learn all the ways to help manage your health and wellness with tools and resources from UnitedHealthcare.
  • Get screenings and immunizations – Is it time to schedule a mammogram? Are your immunizations up to date? Use UnitedHealthcare's online toolOpens a new window to get recommended immunization and screening schedules. Seeing your doctor for routine preventive care can help identify health problems before you know something's wrong, which is often when treatment could make the most difference. Your physician will consider your personal risk factors, such as your age, family medical history, general health and lifestyle, then make recommendations for the preventive health screenings that are appropriate for you. Talk to your doctor about your specific health questions and concerns, and use these guidelines, along with the advice of your doctor, to maintain or improve your health.

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