Women?s health is a matter of growing concern and it has generated demand for more information. Health of women has two-fold significance because they constitute nearly half of the human resources and their health determines the health of the future population as they play a crucial role as care-takers of children and family. This volume is an earnest attempt to peer into this crucial global issue of women?s health with an Indian looking glass. The book has focused on eliciting information on women?s health from their own perspective. It elaborates utilization and expenditure on health services in an urban setting. The volume gives insight to the health-seeking behavior of women, their inhibitions and concerns, exploring the accessibility, availability, acceptability and affordability of public and private sector health services to women. The volume shall be relevant to students, teachers, researchers, academicians, demographers, sociologists, economists, feminists, social activists, anthropologists, medical professionals, Non-Governmental organizations, public administrators and policy makers and of course, to all men and women who desire to be oriented on women?s health issues.