Gynecological Care

  • ACOG Patient FAQ pages
  • Surgery/Procedure Resources:
    • IUD Preparation: Check your insurance regarding coverage prior to IUD placement, a clinical will call you approx. 2 weeks prior to your appointment. We encourage you to eat and drink normally prior to your appointment. You can take 60mg of ibuprofen 1 hour prior to your appointment time to help with cramping. You will be asked to provide a urine sample at the time of your appointment.
    • Post IUD Instructions
    • In Office Procedure Explanations
      • Have this information in collapsible panel
    • ***How to Prepare for your upcoming surgery**
      • ASC PreOp Information
      • MMC (Add PDF for MMC preoperative instructions and directions)
      • SSC (add PDF for SSC preoperative instructions and directions)
    • Birth Control Options

    • Fertility Resources

      • Your provider may recommend some fertility lab work on day 3 and day 21 of your cycle. These labs may include:
        • Estradiol- CPT 82670
        • FSH (Follicle Stimulating hormone)- CPT 83001
        • LH (luteinizing hormone)- CPT 83002
        • AMG (anti-mullerian hormone)- CPT 83520
        • Progesterone- CPT 84144

      Your provider may recommend some fertility procedures. These procedures may include:

      Preconception resources

      • If you are planning to become pregnant the CDC recommends that all women take a prenatal with Folic Acid.
        • CDC Recommendation:
      • When to Call for an Appointment
        • After 1 year of trying to conceive and not successful
        • Call within 1 week of +UPT