FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

At the age of 21, gynecology and PAP tests can begin. We are more than happy to consult with you on any questions regarding contraception, screening for sexually transmitted infections, or any other questions and concerns that you may have.
Please call us directly to schedule an appointment and we will be happy to evaluate your current situation and provide you with expert advice on how to proceed with treating a vaginal infection. Our professional team will guide you through the various stages of an infection and supply you with the necessary knowledge and treatment to focus on your health and wellness.
Emergency contraception, which is also called the morning after pill, helps prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. Essentially, it should be taken as soon as possible after sex to maximize its effectiveness. It can be taken up to five days after the incident, but it is recommended that you take it within 72 hours. It is available over the counter for women over the age of 17. A prescription is needed if you are under the age of 16. Additionally, emergency contraception will not affect or abort an existing pregnancy.
First of all, congratulations on your new child! Please consult with one of our obstetricians to set up an appointment. Your initial visit will focus on which stage of the pregnancy you are at. We will then walk you through each stage and provide you with the necessary knowledge and treatment to guarantee a safe and happy delivery.
It is advisable for most women to exercise regularly during their pregnancy. However, it should be duly noted that one should avoid any strenuous physical activity. For instance, any workout that requires you to monitor your heart rate should be avoided. Additionally, avoid any activity that has a risk of falling or injury such as skiing or contact sports.
If you are taking any prescription medication, please schedule an appointment to discuss this with one of our providers.
If you miss your period and are sexually active, take a home pregnancy test. If you are using hormonal contraception, skipping periods may also be a side effect of the contraceptive. If you are not on any medication and have not received your period for over three months, call us today to schedule an appointment.
You may have a pap test if your period flow is not too heavy. If possible, try to schedule an appointment with us when you have a lighter period flow for the best results.
If you are looking into taking birth control pills, please schedule an appointment so we can sit down and discuss all the details of the pill itself.
Please call our offices immediately as we will verify whether or not you have contracted an infection. Early treatment helps to minimize the long-term effects. Avoid all sexual contact until you have begun any treatment. Many STI’s have little to no symptoms and may be difficult to notice. This is why screening can be beneficial for your health.

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