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If you think you may have a gynecologic problem, we can help you.

Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest offer many services including:

  • Abnormal Bleeding Consultation
  • Pelvic Pain Consultation
  • Management of Vulvar Disorders
  • Management of Recurrent or Complex Vaginitis
  • Difficult IUD and Implant Removals
  • Pre-conception Counseling
  • Infertility Consultation and Workup
  • Benign Gynecologic Surgeries for abnormal bleeding, fibroids, ovarian cysts, pelvic pain, and pre-malignant lesions of the cervix and vulva
  • Hormone Therapy for Menopause

How do I make an appointment if I think I may have a complex gynecologic problem?

You can make an appointment now with your nearest Planned Parenthood. A clinician will meet with you and can refer you to our Complex Gynecologic Program. 

Which of your health centers offer complex gynecological care?

Our Moreno Valley, Euclid Avenue, Kearny Mesa, and Vista Planned Parenthood health centers all offer complex gynecologic services.

How will I pay for these services?

You can use most insurance plans at Planned Parenthood. If you are uninsured or need to pay cash, our services are affordable. Lean more about payment options here

“Planned Parenthood really took the time to listen to me, and not only found the source of the problem, which were 14 fibroids that weren't going to be solved with birth control pills, but took steps to fix it, by scheduling a surgery to have them removed…I was provided with a caring, supportive staff the whole way through, and a very knowledgeable surgeon, which made it much easier.”

-Eboney, Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest patient

“I had a hysterectomy through Planned Parenthood…it was consistently the only clinic that treated me with respect as a sexually active single woman with no children…everyone from the front desk to the physician was kind, informed, and professional. They made me feel respected and like a person. They never made me feel like I was making a bad decision or that I should have to continue suffering because I couldn't afford healthcare. Each person seemed dedicated to getting me closer to a satisfactory outcome for my life. I could not imagine having gone another route.

-Joi, Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest patient