Women’s health

On average, women in Lithuania live almost 10 years longer than men: 80 years and 70.1 years respectively. The highest mortality rates for women in Lithuania are due to diseases of the circulatory system (61.7%), malignant neoplasms (18.2%) and diseases of the digestive system (4.6%).

27-35%. Women at different ages have specific diseases, so a personalised approach to each woman’s health and her history, comorbidities and general condition helps to find the best, most health-preserving personalised solutions for women’s diseases.

The patient’s own involvement in the management of risk factors for these diseases is crucial. Some of the major risk factors for cardiovascular disease may not be perceived or known to the patient. As more and more young people suffer acute myocardial infarction or stroke, both preventive measures and innovative treatments can help prevent them – it’s important to seek help in time.

Solutions for treating women's diseases:

GIMDOS
FIBROMA

ENDOMETRIOUS

PELVIC VENOUS STASIS SYNDROME

PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

URINARY INCONTINENCE

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CRYOCARE TOUCH

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