Pap Tests & HPV: What You Need to Know

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, and we want to help you take control of your cervical health. More than 14,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but it is preventable and detectable. We talked to one of our OB-GYNs about the right timing to get pap tests and when you should receive …

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‘Tis The Season to Talk About Abortion

Abortion is a common experience that the majority of Americans want to remain safe, legal, and accessible. Given this year’s onslaught of unjust bans and restrictions, it’s more critical than ever to talk about abortion. But why is it so hard? Stigma. Some people hold the belief that abortion is somehow morally wrong or should be restricted, and that …

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How to Prepare for Your Abortion Appointment

If you have decided to have an abortion, please know that you’re not alone and you’re in good hands at Whole Woman’s Health (WWH). According to the Guttmacher Institute, 1 in 4 women will have an abortion before the age of 45. All of us at WWH are proud of you for making the best decision for you. Due to the shame and stigma surrounding abortion care, you might be a …

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Your Post-Abortion Checklist

At Whole Woman’s Health, we aim to provide world-class reproductive healthcare. Abortion care is our specialty, made possible by outstanding physicians and trained, caring staff. You will be well cared for when you are with us, and we provide a follow-up appointment 2 weeks after your abortion to make sure you’re feeling physically, mentally, and …

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Plan B: The Facts

Plan B, also known as the “morning after” pill, is a form of emergency contraception. Sometimes the original plan for contraception doesn’t work out, and because of this, we offer Plan B at all of our clinic locations. So, what exactly is Plan B and how does it work? Let’s explore the facts and what …

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