WV - DHHR - BPH - OMCFH - Family Planning Program



Comprehensive medical history review and clinical examination which may include:


Clinical breast exam and instruction on monthly self-exam


Testicular exam and instruction on self-exam


Screening and treatment for some sexually transmitted diseases (STD)


Pap test and pelvic exams performed beginning at age 21


Menstrual/sexual history


Pregnancy testing


Free Contraceptive Methods: 

Birth control pills
  • Intrauterine device (ParaGard® Copper T380A) (Mirena®)

Hormonal implants (Nexplanon®)


Birth control shots (Depo-Provera®)

  • Contraceptive ring (NuvaRing®)

Contraceptive patch (Xulane®)

  • Foam and condoms
  • Diaphragms (Ortho ALL-FLEX® Arcing Spring)

  • Vaginal Contraceptive Film

Emergency contraceptive pills (Plan B®)

  • Natural family planning

Abstinence information


Surgical sterilization (tubal ligation and vasectomy)


Health education and counseling including:

  • How pregnancy occurs
  Birth control methods

Behaviors that place people at risk for getting STD including HIV

  • Reproductive Life Planning
  • Pregnancy options

Resisting pressure to engage in sexual activities

  • Preconception counseling and the benefits folic acid before becoming pregnant


Basic infertility information

Follow-up and referral for identified medical needs

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