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We have one key question to ask:

Do you want to get to pregnant in the next year?

It can be a pretty big question, and your answer can have an effect on your health, your lifestyle and your options. Whether or not to get pregnant is your decision. And we’re here to help you get the best outcome, whatever your choice.

Ready to be pregnant?


Your own health is critical to having a healthy pregnancy and baby. From vitamin supplements to managing any health problems, there are many things you can do to prepare for a healthy pregnancy. Talk with your partner about your goals for pregnancy, and then schedule an appointment with one of our specialists to learn more about the steps you can take.


If you want to prevent pregnancy, there are many safe and effective birth control options. It’s important to learn about all of them before making your choice, so you can select a method that’s right for your lifestyle, your body, and any potential future plans to get pregnant. Our experts can help you understand your options and get on a birth control plan that’s the right fit for you.


If you’re not yet sure whether you’d like to become pregnant, then it’s all the more important to understand the choices available to you. By keeping a healthy lifestyle you can make yourself ready in the event of a pregnancy, while knowledge of contraception can prevent an unexpected pregnancy before you’ve decided you’re ready. We can help you keep your options open.

Whatever your choice, we’re here to help.

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