Unprotected sex happens. If you are not on birth control, but have had unprotected sex and don’t want to become pregnant, emergency contraception prevents pregnancy. Choices offers Medical Abortion (also called the “abortion pill” or RU 486) and it is most effective when used as early in the pregnancy as possible.
Women now find themselves having to travel significant distances for abortion services. There are several reasons why. More states are implementing abortion waiting periods. Choices Women’s Medical Center offers abortion services to 24 weeks for out of state patients.
A gynecologist’s visit is anything but comfortable. After having been through a gynecological exam, the last thing you might want to do is prolong the experience by asking your gynecologist—sometimes—embarrassing questions about things that may be happening with your body.
For low-income women needing STD treatment, prenatal care, or abortion services, finding a provider can be difficult. There are several options available at Choices Women's Medical Center, including emergency Medicaid and insurance options for every income level.