Women's Health Program

The Princeton Longevity Center’s Women's Health Program empowers women to address the unique and sensitive health concerns & wellness care specific to her through all phases of life.
  • Looking to optimize your total health and well-being with an exam specific to women’s health issues?
  • Experiencing concerns regarding your sexual health & pleasure, menstrual cycles or risk factors?
  • Noticing symptoms of menopause or changes as you age and want compassionate insight and a plan to thrive?
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The Princeton Longevity Center Women’s Health Program is here to help you take control of your health with a program just for you!

Whether you are navigating menopausal transitions, addressing sexual health concerns, or seeking personalized solutions to optimize your health, Princeton Longevity Center works with you on a case-by-case basis combining the most comprehensive evaluation and compassionate physician care to support your physical and emotional health needs and to achieve a healthier, more vibrant life.


Your day includes a thorough, unrushed, and caring evaluation with both a board certified Gynecologist and Preventive Medicine Physician to address your total women’s health. During your extended evaluations, you’ll develop a plan that empowers you to conquer concerns over reproductive health, women-specific risk factors, sexual health & dysfunction, and other changes that come with healthy aging.

  • Complete Evaluation of Health Risks from Cancer to Stroke and Heart Disease to Diabetes and More
  • Contraception, Birth Control, and Family Planning Recommendations
  • Fertility Readiness Consultation
  • Assessment and Counseling for Peri and Postmenopausal Symptoms
  • Pap Smear and HPV Screening
  • Manual Breast Exam & Breast Health Education
  • Assessment of Sexual Health, Sexual Dysfunction & Painful Intercourse
  • Personalized Treatment Plans to Improve Sexual Well-Being and Enhance Intimacy
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy Assessment
  • Discussion on Vaginal & Urologic Regeneration Therapies (Non-Surgical and Non-Hormonal Treatment Options Available)



With your PLC Comprehensive Exam, this package includes:

  • Thorough Evaluation with both a Gynecologist and Preventive Medicine Physician
  • Full Body Scan
  • Bone Density & Body Composition Evaluation
  • Women-Focused Healthy Aging Diet & Exercise Plan
  • Sex & Energy Hormone Panel
  • 1 Year of Birth Control or Hormone Replacement Therapy and Refills
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Additional Options for Your Women’s Health Program:
Advanced Cardiovascular Risk Assessment
  • 3-D Carotid Imaging to Evaluate Risk for Stroke & Cardiovascular Disease
  • 3-D Cardiac CT Angiography for the Most Accurate Assessment of Heart Attack Risk and Coronary Artery Blockages
Women’s Imaging
  • Mammography with Tomosynthesis to Screen for Breast Cancer
  • Breast Ultrasound to Further Evaluate Breast Tissue or Dense Breasts
  • Breast MRI for Women at High Risk or with Breast Implants
  • Pelvic Ultrasound to Assess Pelvic Health
Genetic Testing for Hereditary Cancer Risk
  • Did you know that it’s possible to have a genetic mutation that increases your risk of developing cancer? That’s not to say that having this mutation guarantees you will develop cancer in your lifetime; rather, knowing whether this mutation exists or not allows us to better prepare for or fight against increased cancer risk.

    Hereditary Cancer Gene testing may be suggested for those with a family history of cancer, based on clues such as family members who have developed cancer at an early age, or multiple family members who have developed the same or related cancer types.

Genetic Testing for Carrier Genes
  • Most carriers are healthy with no family history, but they are at risk of passing on a genetic condition to their child. Carrier screening is a genetic test that identifies if you carry a gene with a change, or variant, that can impact your child. When performed before conceiving, genetic carrier screening can provide actionable knowledge and the opportunity to pursue alternative reproductive options.
Weight Loss or Nutrition Coaching Program
  • Work with a Princeton Longevity Registered Dietitian to meet your Weight Loss, Menopause Management and Healthy Aging Goals
  • Options for Medication-Assisted Weight Loss
Treatment Options for Painful Intercourse and Urinary Incontinence/Urgency

Improve intimacy, lessen painful intercourse and restore confidence with non-surgical, in-office feminine treatment options. Don’t suffer in silence! Through our partners at Women’s Health First, your physician will design a treatment plan that works to lessen painful consequences of the aging process, addresses urinary leakage and can even help with toning those hard-to-reach muscles. With treatment you can expect improved blood circulation, pelvic floor weakness and pain relief along with stress, urge and mixed urinary incontinence. Some of the symptoms that are helped with personalized treatments are:

  • Vaginal Dryness
  • Painful intercourse
  • Lack of sensation
  • Pelvic weakness
  • Vaginal Atrophy
  • Chronic Infections
Meet Your Women’s Health Experts

Leading Specialists in Partnership with Women's Health First

Susan Forster, M.D.

Dr. Susan Forster, MD, FACOG, is a board certified OB/GYN with more than 30 years of medical experience. After graduating with honors in biology from Rutgers University, Dr. S. Forster earned her medical degree from Rutgers Medical School. She completed her residency at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ.

Judith Forster, M.D.

Dr. Judith Forster, MD, FACOG, is a board certified OB/GYN with more than 20 years of medical experience. After graduating with honors in engineering from Rutgers University, Dr. J. Forster earned her medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She completed her residency at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ.