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This is Health Care

Sexual health care is health care.

Reproductive health care is health care.

And, health care is a human right. 


 

Birth Control

Birth control is how you prevent pregnancy. There are lots of different birth control options out there. We're here to help you figure it all out. 

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Cancer Screenings

It's important to get regular screenings for cancers that affect your breasts and genitals. Finding cancer early can be the key to staying healthy. 

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Wellness Exams

If you have a vulva, breasts, or a uterus, these visits are an important part of taking care of your health (no matter what your gender identity is).

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LGBTQ Health

We're proud to stand with the LGBTQ community, and to provide a safe and welcoming place to get health care and information. 

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HIV Prevention 

HIV is a virus that damages your immune system, making it easier for you to get sick. It can be prevented with the help of things like condoms, PrEP, and testing. 

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Abortion Care

If you're pregnant and thinking about abortion, you may have lots of questions. We're here to help. 

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Sex Education

Sex education helps you get the information and skills you need to make healthy decisions about sex and relationships. We're the largest provider of sex eudcation. 

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STI Testing and Treatment 

Most of the time, STIs have no symptoms. Testing is the only way to know for sure if you have an STI. 

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Pregnancy Testing

Pregnancy tests are the only way to know for sure if you're pregnant. Learn about pregnancy tests and all of your options. 

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HPV Vaccine

HPV is one of the most common STDs. The HPV vaccine can help protect you against certain cancers and genital warts. 

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Sexual Health and Wellness

Taking care of your sexual and reproductive health is a regular part of staying healthy. This means getting to know your body and getting regular check-ups. 

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Morning-After Pill

Accidents happen. That's why there's emergency contraception - a safe and effective way to prevent pregnancy up to 5 days after unprotected sex. 

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