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Preventive Care

Preventive care is a vital part of your health. Planned Parenthood offers a wide range of preventive care services, like annual exams, cancer screenings, vaccinations, birth control, and more.

Preventive Care Services

Wellness Exam

Wellness Exams (often called a preventative care exam or annual exam) are an important part of keeping you healthy. What happens during your visit depends on your age, sexual history, and medical history. 

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Breast/Chest Exams

Breast and chest exams can help detect breast cancer early. During a breast/chest exam, your doctor will check for lumps and other problems, and can recommend further testing if needed.

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Pap Tests

Pap tests are used to check for abnormal cells on the cervix. Pap tests are routine tests that your doctor will recommend based on factors like age and past test results. 

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STI/STD Testing and Treatment

STI testing is a regular part of taking care of yourself and your partner(s). Anybody who has sexual contact with another person (vaginal, anal, oral sex, or genital skin-to-skin contact), should talk with a provider about getting tested. It's quick and easy. 

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Birth Control 

Birth control can make periods more manageable and can help prevent pregnancy or STIs. There are lots of different birth control options out there. We’re here to help you figure it all out.

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The HPV (human papilloma virus) vaccine helps protect you against various strains of HPV that cause most cases of cervical cancer or genital warts. 


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Insurance and Payment

Reduced or no-cost options for those who qualify. 

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Providing Expert Care for More Than 100 Years

Planned Parenthood is a leading-edge provider of personalized, supportive sexual and reproductive health care services. Our doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants are among the best trained and most experienced in this field of medicine.


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