Women’s health has defined the definition of health in the World Health Organization (WHO) as “a full satisfaction of individuals, not just sickness or disability, but a positive satisfaction from the physical, mental and social aspects, a certain standard and compliance”. In the context of this globally accepted definition, language, religion, ethnicity, gender, etc. every individual has the right to be equally healthy without discrimination.
For this reason, it is necessary to treat women constituting half of the population as a whole in this frame of disease and disability, spiritual, social and even economic aspects and to evaluate them if there is a deficiency. For this reason, women’s health is affected not only by biological factors but also by social, economic and political processes.
The health of the mother and the family is the most important members of our women constitute half of our population, in terms not only for itself but also the health of unborn children is critical and important. In the same context, women’s health should not be considered separately from family health and indirectly from community health.