Austin Women's Health Center Blog&Inspiration
Let’s look at the difference between hysterectomy and ablation to help you understand the differences and potential prepare for the procedure. Hyste...
Let’s first discuss what menopause is and what are some common symptoms. Next, we will examine the pros and cons of hormone replacement therapy for ...
Debunking Hormonal Birth Control Myths The overwhelming majority, 90% of people with the capacity for pregnancy, have used contraception at some poin...
Looking for local STD testing? If you are in Austin or Central Texas, you can make an appointment at your convenience on our website, or call our offi...
All About Endometriosis and A Helpful Quiz What is Endometriosis? Endometriosis is the growth of similar tissue to the endometrium or the tissue t...
Black Maternal Health Week 2023 and America’s Maternal Mortality Crisis Black Maternal Health Week occurs each year from April 11-17. The week is l...
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Our priority is ensuring that every person can get the reproductive health care that they need.
Despite being unable to provide abortion care, we will continue to provide reproductive health services including:
- Free urine pregnancy testing
- Emergency contraception (Plan B and Ella)
- Ultrasounds to date pregnancy
- Evaluation of bleeding/cramping in early pregnancy
- Miscarriage management
- Miscarriage follow-up
- Abortion follow-up
- Family Planning
- STI Testing and Treatment
- Urgent Gynecological Issues