Consultation & Counseling
Our family planning services include a wide range of gynecological care and birth control methods.
Fees are based on the service you receive.
Please call our helpful staff for more information.
Family Planning Services
Accurate, modern ultrasound
Birth control and breast exams
Cervical Cap fitting
Complete GYN exam including, breast exam and pap smear
Convenient, state-of-the-art lab testing
Diaphragm fitting § Depo-Provera, contraceptive injection
Free birth control pills with exam
Free pregnancy testing
HIV testing (confidential and/or anonymous)
Individual patient education by warm courteous professionals
IUD, ParaGard T380A or Progestasert, hormonal IUD (Levornorgestrol)
Morning After Pill, emergency contraception
Nuva Ring, contraceptive ring
Ortho Evra, contraceptive patch
Post abortion check-up and exams
STI, Sexually Transmitted Disease (Screening and Treatment)
Tubal ligation referral
Preparing for your appointment
Depending on your age and personal health history, your doctor may recommend a medical evaluation. A woman’s gynecologist or a man’s urologist or a family doctor can help determine whether there’s a problem that requires a specialist or clinic that treats infertility problems. Both you and your partner will likely have a comprehensive infertility evaluation
To get ready for your first appointment:
Provide details about your attempts to get pregnant. Your doctor will need information such as when you started trying to conceive and how often you’ve had intercourse, especially around the midpoint of your cycle — the time of ovulation.
Bring your key medical information. Include any other medical conditions you or your partner has, as well as information about any previous evaluations or treatments for infertility.
Make a list of any medications, vitamins, herbs or other supplements you take. Include the doses and how often you take them.
Make a list of questions to ask your doctor. List the most important questions first in case time runs out
For infertility, some basic questions to ask your doctor include:
What are the possible reasons we haven’t yet conceived?
What kinds of tests do we need?
What treatment do you recommend trying first?
What side effects are associated with the treatment you’re recommending?
What is the likelihood of conceiving multiple babies with the treatment you’re recommending?
For how many cycles will we try this treatment?
If the first treatment doesn’t work, what will you recommend trying next?
Are there any long-term complications associated with this or other infertility treatments?