Scheduling your Annual Appointment!

Annual Exam

It’s important that you stay up to date with your personal health and stay in turned with your body. Annual exams are a way for you to speak with your healthcare provider about any general concerns you are having, and staying up to date with your wellness.

You can speak about various birth control options like:

It’s important that you and your healthcare provider discuss a birth control option that is right for you.

You can expect your healthcare provider to perform a beast check, pap smear, and urine analysis. If you would like to be tested for any STI’s that this appointment your provider will do so upon request. Typically, results for pap smears, urine analysis (that are not performed in office), and STI testing can take anywhere from 1-2 weeks to receive. 

Remember, your provider is there to listen to you and to answer any questions that you may have during this time. 

If you are experiencing any issues, would like to be prescribed birth control, and/or have any questions you do not have to wait until your annual to see a provider. You may make an appointment at any time!

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Gaby Gaby Creative Writer for WMCS

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