Annovera

ANNOVERA The new vaginal ring on the block. Annovera is a new vaginal ring that you can use for a whole year! It is a “long acting” form of birth control that does NOT require a procedure to have it inserted. We think it’s pretty cool... read more to find out if you think it might be a good option for you! Fun facts about Annovera Flexible, comfortable, ...

Annovera2022-07-29T01:58:12+00:00

Genital & Oral Herpes

Genital and Oral Herpes What is Herpes (Also Known as the Herpes Simplex Virus or HSV)? Herpes is caused by a virus that can be passed from person to person via skin to skin contact. Herpes can cause painful blisters or open sores on the lips, mouth, genital area (vulva, vagina, butt, anus, thighs, penis, scrotum), and less commonly, can spread to other parts of the body. Some people do ...

Genital & Oral Herpes2022-07-29T01:59:20+00:00

Finding the Right Form of Contraception for You

Finding the Right Form of Contraception for You Let’s be real for a second; good sex can be a lot of fun and feel really great. We all enjoy sex more when we are not distracted or worried. Knowing that you (or your sexual partner) are protected against an unplanned pregnancy is a pretty big turn-on. That is why the Choix team wants you to have all the information ...

Finding the Right Form of Contraception for You2022-07-29T01:35:19+00:00

What is Telehealth?

What is Telehealth? Telehealth is a way of providing health care and education through communication technologies (websites, emails, video visits, text messaging, etc) when you and your medical provider are not in the same place.  At Choix we primarily deliver telehealth via our online medical questionnaires as well as through emails, texts and our patient portal. Is Telehealth private and safe? Yes. Choix follows strict healthcare and technology standards to ...

What is Telehealth?2022-07-29T01:36:13+00:00

How Are Birth Control and Emergency Contraception Different?

How Are Birth Control and Emergency Contraception Different? People often get confused about the difference between birth control and emergency contraception. We get it - they are both hormones taken in pill form to help prevent an unplanned pregnancy. Birth control is any method of contraception used to help prevent pregnancy – emergency contraception is not a form of regular birth control. Birth control pills are more effective at preventing ...

How Are Birth Control and Emergency Contraception Different?2022-07-29T01:38:19+00:00
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