Many health conditions can be treated, improved or prevented by taking medications. But for medications to work, the instructions must be followed. Review your medications with your doctor at every visit.
It’s recommended that women between the ages of 50 and 74 have a mammogram every year or two. Screening at an earlier age may be needed, depending on your risk factors. Ask your doctor if you could benefit from a mammogram. Molina covers one mammogram every year.
You may need medications to relieve joint pain and reduce inflammation. Ask your doctor if medication could help you.
Osteoporosis causes bones to weaken, and women are at an increased risk. Screenings for women are recommended starting at age 65. If you’ve had a recent bone fracture, it’s even more important to get screened. Ask your doctor about receiving a bone scan.

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