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Well GYN Check Up

Well GYN visits are all about you, your body, and your reproductive health.



Sexually Transmitted Infections

STDs are super common. But having safer sex, getting tested, and knowing your treatment options helps keep you (and your partners) healthy.


Birth Control

Birth control is how you prevent pregnancy before it begins. There are lots of different methods that work really well and are easy to use. 


Abortion Services

Planned Parenthood provides factual, non-judgmental information about your options, along with safe and compassionate abortion services.


Gender Affirming Care

Hormone therapy for transgender and gender-nonconforming patients 18 and older


Emergency Contraception

Accidents happen. Emergency contraception is a safe and effective way to prevent pregnancy up to 5 days after unprotected sex.


Urinary Tract Infections

A UTI is an infection of the urinary system. Anyone can get a UTI, but they’re more common if you have a vulva.


Pregnancy Testing & Services

Pregnancy is a big life event. We can help answer your questions, provide support, and make sure you get the care you need to stay healthy.


HIV/AIDS Testing

HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. HIV tests are quick and painless.  Getting tested is the only way to find out if you have HIV. 


Vaginal Infections

Vaginitis is an irritation of your vagina or vulva. It’s usually easy to treat. Almost everyone with a vulva gets vaginitis at some point.


HPV Vaccines

HPV is a really common STD. HPV is usually harmless and goes away by itself, but some types can lead to cancer or genital warts.


Specialty Gynecological Services

Planned Parenthood offers services to help diagnosis and prevent cervical cancer including: Colposcopy, Cryotherapy and LEEP.



PrEP stands for pre-exposure prophylaxis. It’s a daily pill that can help prevent HIV. If you don’t have HIV, taking PrEP every day can lower your chances of getting HIV. 



PEP stands for post exposure prophylaxis. PEP is a series of pills you can start taking very soon after you’ve been exposed to HIV that lowers your chances of getting it. But you have to start PEP within 72 hours, or 3 days, after you were exposed to HIV, or it won’t work.


Payment & Insurance 

Most birth control and annual well-woman exams will be covered for free, with no copay. If you don't have insurance, affordable coverage options may be available for you - check out what you may qualify for. With or without insurance, you can always come to us for your health care. 

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