Women’s Health Program

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You don’t have to suffer in silence

Women’s health conditions—such as pelvic pain, endometriosis and heavy menstrual bleeding—impact more than 200 million women worldwide each year.

Barriers to high-quality healthcare—travel times, waiting rooms, limited providers—deter women from seeking specialized treatment.

Gynecological conditions account for 50%M,L,B of women’s infertility, and 90% of women with these conditions have clinical mental health concerns S,G. And 62% of women who have a hysterectomy never receive conservative care.

Click here to visit the clinical screener, find out if this program is right for you and enroll.

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Holistic care crafted by experts

Created by medical experts and grounded in clinical trials, WEA Trust Women’s Health Program provides access to quality, evidence-based conservative care through holistic alternatives to surgery—empowering women to make informed decisions on their gynecological health.

The Women’s Health Program is a 12-week, digital program with access to:

  • Nutritional Guidance
  • Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
  • Disease Education
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Symptom Tracking

Is it for me?

The Women’s Health Program is designed to help women ages 18-55 with personal histories of any the following:

  • Heavy menstrual bleeding (including anemia)
  • Feelings of fatigue and weakness during menstrual cycles
  • Reduced participation in activities during menstrual cycles
  • Frequent urination and/or difficulty emptying the bladder
  • Recommendations for hysterectomy (before offering conservative care options)
  • Extreme pelvic pain during menstrual cycles (i.e., to the point of vomiting)
  • Inconclusive diagnostic testing with the above symptoms
  • Anxiety or dread about upcoming menstrual cycle

If you have additional questions or need additional support, our team of Care Managers is here for you. To request assistance through our online submission form, click on the button below, or call Customer Service and ask to speak with a Care Manager.

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References

Meuleman C, et al. “High prevalence of endometriosis in infertile women with normal ovulation and normospermic partners.” Fertility and Sterility, Volume 92, Issue 1, Pages 68-74. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fertnstert.2008.04.056

Lisiecki M, et al. “Fertility impairment associated with uterine fibroids – a review of literature.” Prz Menopauzalny. 2017 Dec; 16(4): 137– 140. doi: 10.5114/pm.2017.72759 Brosens, I.A., de Sutter, P., Hamerlynck, T., Imeraj, L., Yao, Z., Cloke, B. et al. Endometriosis is associated with a decreased risk of preeclampsia. Hum Reprod. 2007; 22: 1725–1729

Sepulcri Rde P, do Amaral VF. Depressive symptoms, anxiety, and quality of life in women with pelvic endometriosis. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol. 2009;142(1):53–56.

Ghant MS, Sengoba KS, Recht H, Cameron KA, Lawson AK, Marsh EE. Beyond the physical: a qualitative assessment of the burden of symptomatic uterine fibroids on women's emotional and psychosocial health. J Psychosom Res. 2015;78(5):499-503. doi:10.1016/j.jpsychores.2014.12.016