FAQs

We’ve put together some FAQs for you. From wellness examinations and birth control to STD and HIV testing, pregnancy testing, and more, we aim to address common questions and provide you with essential information about our reproductive health services.

If you have specific health issues or additional inquiries, please contact us directly. We’re here to help!
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How painful is an STI test?

It is pain-free! All you need to do is pee in a cup, and get your free condoms!

Do you do testicular exams?

Yes.

Can I get treatment at your office for a STI?

Yes, we can treat you and any other partners.

If my STI test comes back positive, do I have to tell my partner?

The state must be notified of all positive tests. If you’re not comfortable telling your partner, they can help you.

Do I need an appointment?

Walk-in’s are never turned away. However, calling for an appointment will eliminate wait time.

Do I have to have a pap yearly?

In order to renew a birth control pill prescription, you do have to come in for annual exams. Whether you need to have the pap test done depends on your previous year’s results.

Can I get Emergency Contraception Pill (Plan B) at your office?

Yes, it is available for over-the-counter purchase.

I am 16. Will you contact my parents if I come to your clinic?

No – our services are confidential.

I am not planning on having sex, but I would like some condoms – just in case. Can I get these at your clinic without giving my name?

Yes – Condoms are available at no fee to everyone.

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