- 1 What type of doctor do I need to see for birth control?
- 2 What does a family planning doctor do?
- 3 Should I see my doctor before trying to conceive?
- 4 What do you look for in a gynecologist?
- 5 Can I get birth control the same day as my appointment?
- 6 Can I buy birth control pills over the counter?
- 7 What are the three methods of family planning?
- 8 What are negative effects of family planning?
- 9 What is the best method of family planning?
- 10 What to avoid while trying to conceive?
- 11 How long should I try to get pregnant before calling a doctor?
- 12 How do you find out if you are able to get pregnant?
- 13 What should I wear to a gynecologist appointment?
- 14 Why do doctors finger you?
- 15 When should I go see a gynecologist?
What type of doctor do I need to see for birth control?
You need to see a doctor or nurse to get the types of birth control that work best to prevent pregnancy — like the IUD, implant, shot, pill, patch, or ring. You can get these kinds of birth control from your regular doctor or gynecologist, or at your nearest Planned Parenthood health center.
What does a family planning doctor do?
The Family Planning clinic provides family planning services for women who seek birth control options, management of unintended and abnormal pregnancies, contraception for women with complex medical issues, difficult IUD/Implant insertion and removal, and comprehensive abortion care.
Should I see my doctor before trying to conceive?
You can get a preconception checkup any time — even up to a year before you want to get pregnant. Some medical conditions, like depression, diabetes, high blood pressure and not being at a healthy weight can affect pregnancy and your fertility ( your ability to get pregnant ).
What do you look for in a gynecologist?
8 Things to Look for When Searching for a Gynecologist
- They’re highly recommended.
- They get good reviews.
- They’re experienced.
- They accept your insurance.
- They share your values.
- They have good bedside manner.
- You feel comfortable with them.
- They’re affiliated with a hospital you trust.
Can I get birth control the same day as my appointment?
IUD’s (Hormonal & Copper) Prescription Info: Sometimes you can get the IUD inserted by a clinician the same day as the prescription appointment, or you may have to reschedule another appointment. You can ask ahead of time when you make the original prescription appointment if that’s an option.
Can I buy birth control pills over the counter?
As of now, the only available over-the-counter birth control pills are for emergency contraception. You need a doctor’s prescription to get birth control pills (either progestin-only pills, combination pills, or extended cycle pills ).
What are the three methods of family planning?
methods of contraception:
- long-acting reversible contraception – the implant or intra uterine device (IUD)
- hormonal contraception – the pill or the Depo Provera injection.
- barrier methods – condoms.
- emergency contraception.
- fertility awareness.
- permanent contraception – vasectomy and tubal ligation.
What are negative effects of family planning?
Common side effects were irregular bleeding no period, headaches, nausea/dizziness and weight gain/loss. These side effects occurred mainly among pill and injection users. The occurrence of side effects had a negative impact on continuation rates.
What is the best method of family planning?
Contraceptives that are more than 99% effective:
- contraceptive implant (lasts up to 3 years)
- intrauterine system, or IUS (up to 5 years)
- intrauterine device, or IUD, also called the coil (up to 5 to 10 years)
- female sterilisation (permanent)
- male sterilisation or vasectomy (permanent)
What to avoid while trying to conceive?
Here’s what to avoid when you’re trying to get pregnant.
- Excessive Caffeine.
- Too Much Alcohol.
- Being a Couch Potato.
- Extreme Exercise.
- Junk Food.
- Chronic Stress.
- High-Mercury Fish.
How long should I try to get pregnant before calling a doctor?
If you’re under 35 and have been actively trying to conceive for 12 months or more without success, make an appointment with a fertility doctor, or reproductive endocrinologist (sometimes referred to as an RE). If you’re over 35, wait only six months before getting help.
How do you find out if you are able to get pregnant?
Infertility testing — finding out whether or not a woman is able to become pregnant — involves several medical exams, procedures, and tests. It is usually done for women who want to have a baby but are having trouble getting pregnant or for women who have health conditions that might cause infertility.
What should I wear to a gynecologist appointment?
Wear comfortable, uncomplicated clothes in order to feel calm when it comes time to undress. Before your examination a nurse may ask for urine and blood samples. The nurse will also weigh and measure you and take your blood pressure.
Why do doctors finger you?
The rectovaginal exam — Your doctor or nurse may also put a gloved finger into your rectum. This checks the muscles between your vagina and your anus. This also checks for tumors behind your uterus, on the lower wall of your vagina, or in your rectum.
When should I go see a gynecologist?
A visit to the gynecologist is recommended for annual screening and any time a woman has concerns about symptoms such as pelvic, vulvar, and vaginal pain or abnormal bleeding from the uterus. Conditions commonly treated by gynecologists include: issues relating to pregnancy, fertility, menstruation, and menopause.