What does the overturning Roe v. Wade mean for pregnancy options and women’s rights in PA? Is abortion still available in Pennsylvania? What types of abortion are available?
Do you know when you are ovulating? If your period is a few days late, do you notice? What symptoms are normal… and what might be an STD/STI? How well do you really Know Your Body?
If you’ve had unprotected sex, you might have some questions. Did he have an STD? Could I be pregnant? What if…? Should I take a “Morning After” pill? We’ve got the details here. Choose to know.
Chlamydia and gonorrhea are prevalent in southeast and south central Pennsylvania. It is important that pregnant women know if they have one of these infections, particularly if they are considering having an abortion.
It is important to get tested for STIs/STDs if you are having sex, if you are pregnant, or if you are considering abortion. The CDC recommends getting tested every time you have sexual contact with a new partner.