June 18th 2014
Is it really confidential?
John* was a second year Resident Advisor (RA) at his university. In order to encourage residents to visit the campus health center, they required every RA to get an STI test to set a good example. What happened next was astonishing...
March 1st 2014
She’s Pregnant, Now What?
You just found out your girlfriend is pregnant. You probably have many questions and concerns. An unintended pregnancy involves challenging decisions that affect you and those close to you for the rest of your life. She is weighing her options. What is your part?
February 1st 2014
According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), an estimated 10-25% of all clinically recognized pregnancies will naturally end in a miscarriage. In our clinic specifically, we see that approximately 1 in every 4 pregnancy ultrasounds are non-viable pregnancies.
Most women are shocked when they find this out because they have taken several at-home pregnancy tests and all have come back positive. However, the only way to medically confirm a viable pregnancy is by performing an ultrasound scan. The first step after you confirm a positive in-home pregnancy test, should be to confirm it with an ultrasound scan.