UHS rolls out new bystander program to help prevent sexual assault and dating violence
Consultations, prescriptions, and insertion/removal of all contraceptive options
UHS nutritionists can help with weight management, cholesterol or blood pressure control, vegetarianism, and general nutrition questions.
If you have been sexually assaulted, or are not sure, there are several ways to get support from the Women’s Health Clinic.
The Women’s Health Clinic offers high-quality, comprehensive, and sensitive gynecological and reproductive health services for women of all ages.
Emergency contraception (EC) consists of a pill or pills that can be used by women who wish to reduce the risk of pregnancy following unprotected sex or contraception failure.
A Sexually Transmissible Infection (STI) is an infection that can be passed on through vaginal, anal or oral sex. Most STIs are transmitted through the exchange of sexual fluids, but some can be passed on through skin to skin genital contact.
The IUD is a small, t-shaped device made of flexible material that your health care provider inserts into your uterus to prevent pregnancy. There are two different types of IUDs available at UHS: one with hormones and one without. Both are safe, effective, and provide protection for 3-12 years, depending on the device selected. The […]