A Pap test, available to women between the ages of 21 and 70, is a simple test recommended every 2-3 years that can prevent cervical cancer by detecting any abnormal changes in the cervical cells. Pap tests do not detect other cancers in the reproductive organs, or STIs, such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis or HIV.
Pre-appointment instructions: Do not have vaginal bleeding or vaginal lesions at the time of appointment. Have not had gynecological surgery or voluntary interruption of pregnancy (IVP) in the 8 weeks before the appointment.
Have questions about contraception? Consult our nurses who will be able to guide you and offer you information and advice to help you make an informed decision among the various contraceptive treatments available to you.
Our services include the renewal of your current contraceptive treatment, without a doctor's prescription.
Emergency oral contraception is used by women to prevent an unplanned pregnancy when no contraception was used or when the contraception failed or was not used properly. Emergency oral contraception can be used up to 5 days after high-risk sex.
If your IUD is about to expire or if you wish to stop your contraceptive treatment, change your contraceptive method or even plan a pregnancy, our nurses can remove your IUD.