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WELL VISITS FOR HER/SHE/THEY/ZE
Talking with a health provider
During your routine Well Visit, your health care provider should not only take your vitals and provide guidance on your holistic health, but ask about whether you’d like to become pregnant in the coming year. Don’t be shy to share your honest feelings & plans whether they ask or not.
YOUR HEALTH, LIFE, AND CHILDBEARING GOALS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED FOR DISCUSSION AT EACH VISIT, REGARDLESS OF THE REASON FOR THE VISIT.
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- Here’s some sources & checklists for what to ask your doctor & what
- your doctor will ask you:
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New partners, new jobs or opportunities, new birth control methods – your changing circumstances likely impact your thoughts about your future, your life plan, your access to birth control, and many other aspects of your life, so make sure your health provider is aware if your reproductive goals have changed so that he or she can help you take steps to achieve your reproductive goals.
If you want to become pregnant within the next year, your health care provider will discuss your reproductive plan, including an assessment of risks due to age, maternal or paternal conditions, obstetric history, and family history.
If you don’t want to become pregnant, be sure to talk about what contraceptive methods are best for you.