At Bucks County Women’s Wellness, we realize that everyone’s reproductive goals are different. Whether you are trying to conceive or preventing pregnancy, our gynecologists can help provide you with the tools to achieve your goal.
Did You Know?
On average, most American women choose to have children around the age of 25 or 26. However, many women also choose to have children in their 30s, or 40s. This means that most women will use contraceptive methods for around 30 years.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Am I a candidate for family planning?
Family planning services are available to all women of reproductive age to help plan or prevent a pregnancy, depending on your reproductive goals. If you are not sure, consulting with a gynecologist can help you develop a plan.
What can I expect when receiving family planning services from Bucks County Women’s Wellness?
When receiving family planning services at Bucks County Women’s Wellness, you can expect to discuss your medical history, as well as your short and long term reproductive goals. Your gynecologist will also ask you about your menstrual cycles and seuxal history. She may also perform a physical examination. Using this information, your provider will make a treatment recommendation to help you meet your reproductive goals in the best way possible.
What types of family planning options are available?
There are a multitude of family planning/contraceptive options available. At your visit you can expect to discuss fertility and contraceptive options that include condoms, hormonal contraceptives, intrauterine devices, permanent birth control, and emergency contraception.