Gynecological comprehensive screening (GCS) is a comprehensive screening program that includes a series of tests related to women’s reproductive health. The aim of this program is to perform a set of tests to early detect and treat potential health issues in women’s reproductive organs. GCS screens for gynecological cancers (cervical, uterine, ovarian), sexually transmitted infections, and other gynecological problems (fibroids, cysts, etc.).

GCS is typically conducted by a gynecologist or an obstetrician. This screening program takes into consideration the woman’s gynecological and obstetric history, family history, lifestyle, and other health concerns. The following tests can be conducted as part of GCS:

Pelvic examination: Provides information about the condition of the uterus, cervix, and ovaries.
Pap smear test: A smear test performed to early diagnose cervical cancer.
HPV test: A test conducted to detect the presence of HPV virus.
Mammography: A radiological test conducted for breast cancer screening.
Ultrasonography: Used to assess the condition of the ovaries and other reproductive organs.
Blood tests: Conducted to detect sexually transmitted infections and other gynecological diseases.

GCS helps in early diagnosis of reproductive health issues in women. This allows women to protect their health and be better prepared against potential health problems.