There are several types of physicians that can give thorough examinations including pelvic assessments and offer contraceptive techniques, and are listed in this patient education guide. The main issue should be consulting with a healthcare provider that one is completely comfortable with so that frank discussions about birth control may ensue.
For some, that describes a relationship they already have with a particular professional. Many will be establishing a relationship for the first time. The following can be consulted:
There are many settings available when it comes to seeking examination and consultation for contraception. Each has its own benefits reflecting personal preference, cost and convenience.
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