Screening helps detect breast cancer in its earliest, most treatable stage.
Thinking about getting pregnant at some point? Talk with your provider about pre-pregnancy health and planning for children.
Getting tested for infections protects your sexual health and the health of your partner(s).
Birth control is not one-size-fits-all. Talk with your provider about the different options available.
PAP SMEAR: EVERY 3 YEARS
Pelvic exams help protect against infertility and other health problems. Women who are sexually active or age 21+ should get one every 3 years. In cases of prior existing conditions, your doctor may recommend you get a pap smear more frequently than every 3 years.
PAP TEST & HPV TEST
These tests screen for warning signs of cervical cancer. Click here to find out where to go for your well woman exam.
Exams and discussions with your doctor are confidential, by law.