Women’s Health Assessments in Naperville, IL

Here at The Wright Center for Women’s Health, we want to give you a higher quality of service. We will be doing a Complete Health Assessment on all of our patients in order to truly give you the best care possible.

At the Wright Center, every guest has an annual Complete Health Assessment (CHA). The Complete Health Assessment consists of a Baseline Ultrasound, Routine Fasting Labs, and an Autonomic Nervous System test (ANS). We schedule these for 1 week prior to your provider appointment in order to ensure that the results of your bloodwork have come in and your provider has time to review and prepare for your appointment.

What does the Complete Health Assessment consist of?

Diagnostic Ultrasounds

The baseline ultrasound is a preventative diagnostic exam of your uterus and ovaries intended to identify any fibroids, cysts, or other abnormalities that your provider may want to be aware of. We will be performing both an external and internal ultrasound before your appointment. If you no longer have your uterus then you do not need to have an ultrasound. Please make sure to drink at least 32 ounces of water 1 hour before your ultrasound. A full bladder will help the Sonographer view the pelvic organs. Be sure to drink the water slowly to prevent abdominal discomfort and arrive at your appointment with a comfortably full bladder.

Blood Work

We will start by doing your routine blood work. Along with the routine labs, we will also check your hormones as well. Here is a list of the blood tests we will be running:

  • CBC
  • CMP
  • Lipid Panel
  • Vitamin D
  • TSH
  • Free T3
  • Total T4
  • TPO
  • Testosterone
  • Estradiol
  • FSH
  • Vitamin B12

Please make sure to let our Phlebotomist know if you would like any additional tests added before she draws your blood.

ANS and Max Pulse Test

The ANS test is a simple non-invasive test that checks your autonomic nervous system. The autonomic nervous system regulates a variety of body processes that take place without conscious effort. Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) is the nervous system that controls involuntary bodily functions such as Appetite, Mood, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Digestion, Bladder Function and Sexual Function. Endothelial cells form the lining of all blood vessels, enabling the vessels to dilate as needed for increased blood flow, as well as to protect them from inflammation and cholesterol plaques. Damages to this endothelial lining or Endothelial Dysfunction are associated with an increased risk of diabetes, strokes, and heart disease. Damage to the ANS can cause problems to above functions. ANS testing can help detect these problems.

Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) and Endothelial Function Testing assess the following Risk Factors:

  1. Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction: Involuntary functions
  2. Sudomotor Dysfunction: Sweat Gland function
  3. Endothelial Dysfunction: Risk of heart attack and stroke
  4. Insulin Resistance: Risk of developing Diabetes
  5. Cardiometabolic Risk: Risk of heart disease and metabolic disorders such as metabolic syndrome
  6. Small Fiber Neuropathy: Can start as numbness and tingling in hands and feet
  7. Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy: The nerves that innervate the heart
  8. Cardiovascular disease via plethysmography: Combined total of the other 7 risk factors

Note: This may be scheduled for same day as a provider appointment, but we prefer to have this done a week prior in conjunction with the full CHA.

InBody 570 Body Composition

Body composition analysis refers to measuring your body composition, generally known as your body muscle, fat, and water. Instead of focusing on a single number  on your scale, body composition analysis allows you to focus on losing body fat and  gaining muscle while retaining the proper amount of body water in specific areas of  your body. The InBody 570 accurately measures your body composition in less than 45 seconds and prints out a results sheet which lists out your body composition  components, tracking your progress over time. Body composition analysis is the key to tracking and maintaining  effective weight loss. Lose weight smarter, healthier, and happier like never before.

Women’s Health Screening

When it comes to diagnosing and managing Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), a comprehensive physical exam is a crucial step. If you’re encountering symptoms associated with PCOS, your doctor will conduct a thorough examination. This includes measuring your blood pressure, calculating your body mass index, and assessing your waist size. Skin abnormalities and excess hair growth on the face, chest, and back will also be carefully examined.

At the Wright Center for Women’s Health, we go a step further by offering a full body composition scan through our state-of-the-art InBody machine. This innovative technology provides detailed insights into your body composition. The doctor will perform both visual and manual inspections to detect any masses or growths that may be indicative of PCOS.

In addition to these examinations, an ultrasound will be employed to provide a visual of the ovaries.

Schedule a Complete Health Assessment at Wright Center for Women’s Health Today!

Our specialists at Wright Center for Women’s Health believe in routine bloodwork to monitor changes in hormones and how your body functions. Call (630) 687-9595 or request an appointment with Dr. Kimberly Wright at her gynecology office in Naperville, Illinois.




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