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Military Health System

Women's Health

The Military Health System provides comprehensive women’s and gender-specific care associated with cardiovascular health, mental health, musculoskeletal injuries and reproductive health care. Our goal is to ensure the health of all women at every stage of life.

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Explore the comprehensive women’s health services available to you in the Military Health System at every stage of your life. Our services include:

Well Woman Exams and Screenings Pregnancy Care and Reproductive Health  Pain Management

Mental Health Sexual Trauma  

We also offer many specialty care services for all your health care needs. 

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Did you know? We've got an app for that!

Military Health mobile apps provide information and support to service members, veterans, and their families for a variety of health issues. See All Our Mobile Apps.


Deployment Readiness Education for Service Women

The Deployment Readiness Education for Servicewomen

This app empowers women by providing a one-stop resource for women’s health concerns before, during, and after deployment.

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Decide + Be Ready

This app provides an interactive way for service members to learn about birth control options and help think through what is important to them about the method they choose.

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Have you or someone you know been affected by sexual assault?

If you or someone you know in the DOD community has experienced sexual assault, please consider reaching out to DOD Safe Helpline for 24/7, anonymous, one-on-one support at 877-995-5247 or SafeHelpline.org/live-chat.

Anonymous support for survivors of sexual assault in the military. www.safehelpline.org

Are you transitioning out of the military?

Visit the Center for Women Veterans to learn about women's health care services available to you from the VA.

Women's Health Transition Training

 

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