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Whether planned, or unplanned, getting or becoming pregnant can be a stressful event for both parties involved. To ease the stress, visiting a family planning clinic and requesting information in order to get a better understanding of what to expect can help both parties manage the journey to becoming parents. In order to have a better, more comprehensive understanding of family planning centers, it's important to understand the terminology associated with them. Below are several terms to be familiar with when researching family planning centers.

  • Family Planning Clinic - A place to get reproductive health care. Available services might include a routine gynecological exam, including a Pap smear, breast cancer screening, STD screening and treatment, information about and methods of birth control, and pregnancy testing. Family planning clinics have services for men, women and teens.
  • Clinician - Also called a Provider or Doctor. A clinician can be a doctor, in a family planning clinic you usually see a gynecologist, and in an STD clinic you may see a urologist, a nurse practitioner, a physician's assistant, or a midwife. A clinician is a licensed medical professional who has received specialized medical training to perform physical, testicular and pelvic exams, prescribe birth control and diagnose and treat STDs.
  • Emergency Contraception - Also called morning-after pill, ECP, or post-coital birth control. The most common form of emergency contraception is the use of birth control pills, generally in a higher dose, to be used following unprotected vaginal sex to prevent pregnancy. If you are already pregnant, this medication will not work.
  • LMP: LMP is shorthand for Last Menstrual Period. In the world of family planning and gynecology, the start date of your last menstrual period is important and is used to decide if a woman needs a pregnancy test or to determine when to start birth control.
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    National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Ass
    Washington, DC 20006
    If you have been thinking of starting your family, visit our local Montebello family planning information centers. Gain more knowledge at our comfortable family planning information centers in the Montebello area.
     
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    The Pregnancy Help Center of San Gabriel Valley, I
    5626 Rosemead Blvd, Temple City, CA 91780
    We are a pregnancy crisis and counseling center in Temple City, California. We are a pregnancy test clinic offering abortion counseling, free utrasounds, adoption advice and parenting classes.
    (626) 309-0788
    Her Choice Women's Clinic
    1155 W Central Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92707
    We are an abortion clinic, providing abortion services, family planning, and various birth control. We dispense morning after pills (emergency contraception), and provide pap smears, and ultrasounds.
    (714) 966-9094
    Little Papoose Birth Doula
    1260 Emeraldport St, Corona, CA 92881
    Boasting certified birth and postpartum doula services, focusing on physical, emotional, informational support and advocacy before, during and after birth for a pregnant woman and her partner.
    (951) 907-3495
    Family Planning Associates Medical Group
    6160 Whittier Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90022
    (323) 724-3140
    Family Planning Associates Medical Group
    8635 Firestone Blvd Ste 200, Downey, CA 90241
    (562) 862-5121
    Family Planning Associates Medical Group
    1280 San Gabriel Blvd, Rosemead, CA 91770
    (626) 572-8800
    El Sol Products Vouchers Only Store
    3035 Wabash Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90063
    (323) 980-8521
    Fam
    222 E Las Tunas Dr, San Gabriel, CA 91776
    (626) 292-7004
    Penny Lane Family Preservation Program
    10330 Pioneer Blvd Ste 290, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
    (562) 906-2068
    Foothill Family Service
    13728 Amar Rd, La Puente, CA 91746
    (626) 917-1396
    Pregnancy Help Center
    5626 Rosemead Blvd, Temple City, CA 91780
    (626) 444-4357
    Whittier Pregnancy Care Clinic
    16147 Whittier Blvd, Whittier, CA 90603
    (562) 902-2273
    Damas Salesianas
    13400 Bellflower Blvd, Bellflower, CA 90706
    (562) 867-7100
    Joan Biersch Mft
    150 N Santa Anita Ave, Arcadia, CA 91006
    (626) 821-1828
    Family Planning Associates Medical Group
    960 E Green St Ste 104, Pasadena, CA 91106
    (626) 449-1944


    Family planning information centers provide important counseling to individuals and couples who might want to start a family. These clinics not only provide help to those struggling with infertility, but also those who want to avoid pregnancy or get an abortion. Providing people with an education that includes several options helps them make better informed decisions. A family planning information center office will usually have doctors, nurses, and counselors who can provide individuals and couples with much-needed information. Some clinics might even perform operations and prescribe contraception medications. Since men and women might need emergency services when their birth control methods do not work, some clinics offer walk-in services that do not require an appointment. Family planning information centers are often nonprofit offices that charge on a sliding scale. This allows individuals from all backgrounds to get the health education that they need to manage reproduction. Providing services to a larger population size also gives the centers the ability to offer more inclusive services. They might, for instance, start an adoption center that helps children find new parents. Not all of these offices are clinics that offer medical services. Some specifically exist to provide information. A woman who wishes to explore maternal options could, therefore, get the pregnancy counseling that she needs from these centers. A woman seeking an abortion, however, would not be able to have the procedure there. The office might provide references, though, so that she can get the medical procedures that she chooses. Providing people with objective information a wide range of family planning options helps them make decisions that are right for them.
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