In order to obtain birth control, you may need a women's exam and pap smear. Your doctor can fax these records to 405-208-6016. All visits are confidential and require an appointment. Please call 405-208-5090 for your appointment.
Pap Smears are sent to an outside lab. We will file the lab work with your insurance if you bring your health insurance ID card with you to the visit. If you do not have health insurance, there is a lab fee associated with the visit. This cost is in addition to the women's exam and any additional lab work that is needed. Check with the provider during your visit about additional costs that may arise.
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(aka, Plan B, the morning after pill, or EC)
Emergency contraception is birth control that prevents pregnancy after sex. You can use emergency contraception right away – or up to five days after sex – if you think your birth control failed, you didn’t use contraception, or you were forced to have sex.
Emergency contraception makes it much less likely you will get pregnant. But emergency contraceptives are not as effective as birth control that’s used before or during sex, like the pill or condoms. So if you are sexually active or planning to be, don’t use emergency contraception as your only protection against pregnancy.
Also, emergency contraception does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases, like HIV or Chlamydia (only condoms do).
Due to recent legislation passed in Oklahoma, Emergency Contraception is available at a pharmacy without a prescription to women 18 years of age and older. Follow the simple steps below to get Emergency Contraception.
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