Our Services

At UI Health, we strive to provide compassionate and quality reproductive healthcare. Our team provides patient-centered care that for each patients’ individual needs.

Comprehensive Contraceptive Care

We specialize in providing comprehensive contraceptive care, from simple to complex patients' needs.

  • Birth control pills
  • Emergency contraception (Plan B, Ella, and the copper IUD)
  • Contraceptive injection (Depo-Provera)
  • Vaginal Ring (NuvaRing and Annovera)
  • Contraceptive patch (Xulane & Twirla)
  • Copper IUD (ParaGard)
  • Hormonal IUD (Mirena, Sklya, Kyleena, etc.)
  • Contraceptive Implant (Nexplanon)
  • Female Sterilization/Permanent contraception surgery

Abortion Care Services

  • Medical Abortion: Also known as the abortion pill, available up to 11 weeks of pregnancy.
  • Vacuum Aspiration (Sometimes called “D&C”): An in-office procedure that is performed in the first trimester of pregnancy.
  • Second Trimester Abortion: After 14 weeks of pregnancy, procedural abortions are performed by Dilation and Evacuation (“D&E”). This process requires two visits; the first is in the office to begin the process of dilating the cervix before the doctor performs the D&E the next day.

Miscarriage Care

  • Medical Management: Medical options to help you pass the pregnancy naturally if your pregnancy is abnormal or has stopped growing.
  • Vacuum Aspiration (Sometimes called “D&C”): This procedure is performed in the office, without the need for anesthesia, during the first trimester.

Care for Complex Patients

We also offer specialized care for patients who take medications that might interact with birth control or with other conditions, including:

  • Placement or removal of intrauterine devices (IUDs)
  • Removal of contraceptive implants
  • Heart disease
  • Pulmonary disease
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Menstrual management for pediatric patients or developmental delay
  • Neurologic diseases, including seizure disorder and migraines or chronic headache
  • Rheumatologic or autoimmune disease
  • Malabsorption issues (such as prior bariatric surgery)
  • Use of medicines that cause birth defects
  • Solid organ transplant
  • Kidney disease or on dialysis
  • Clotting or bleeding disorders
  • Current or past cancer
  • Uterine abnormality

Preparing for Your Visit

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