The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology recommends that gynecological visits begin between the ages of 13 & 15 or when you become sexually active.
During your exam, you should expect a general physical exam that will include a chest/breast exam and pelvic exam (and Pap testing per physician recommendation).
We also offer abnormal Pap test management, which may include a colposcopy or LEEP.
There are many birth control options available. There are advantages and disadvantages to each of the options, so it is up to you and your physician to decided what is right for you. Click on the link below to learn more about available birth control methods.
If you are experiencing heavy and/or irregular bleeding with your periods, you may be eligible for NovaSure®, an endometrial ablation that is performed in our office. NovaSure® is a quick, safe, and simple procedure to lighten or stop your periods.
See our main page on NovaSure® Endometrial Ablation for more information.
As people transition through menopause, hormonal changes, including an increased risk for certain conditions, make yearly exams, regular screenings, and preventative care all the more important. We provide immunizations, osteoporosis screening, nutrition and exercise assessment, heart disease prevention, cancer screenings, and hormone replacement therapy. Our clinicians can offer care to help you continue to preserve good health at every stage.
We offer free, walk-in pregnancy testing. After testing, a counselor is available to discuss your options for following through with the pregnancy, which include parenting, allowing someone else to raise your child, or making an adoption plan. If you choose not to continue the pregnancy, you can also discuss your abortion care options.