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How long does it take to get results? I was just tested today
It depends what types of test you did and where you have performed them. Generally, STI testing can take anywhere from a few days up to 2 weeks. At our clinics (BCCDC/Bute St. Clinic) we typically say 8 days after your screening. If you had done PAP testing, that will usually take anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks. Usually when you test at a clinic they will provide you with a card that indicates... Read Full Answer
Can your doctors write prescriptions? I'm getting am IUD but my period just passed and my cervix wont be open enough... Cytotec can help....
I recommend you seek medical attention at a walk in clinic and I can also refer you to the Willow Women's Clinic where you can discuss options regarding your IUD. Below I provided you with the link. http://www.willowclinic.ca/ Does this answer your question? Please let us know.
I am seeking a gay or bi friendly Doctor who is taking new patients in the DT area. I recently moved to Vancouver.
Most physicians within the lower mainland are well versed with the health needs of people who identify as GLBT2S. Below I have provided links to clinics that we would recommend patients who seek queer competent healthcare providers https://spectrum-health.net/ https://denmanmedicalcentre.com/ https://www.mainlandclinic.ca/ Does this answer your question? Please let us know. ... Read Full Answer
Do you check for head lice at your clinic?
Hi Our clinic is focused on Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) so we don’t recommend that people come to our clinic just for a head lice check, but if someone is at our clinic for something that is STI related and concerned that they may have head lice we will check that for the client. If someone was concerned that they may have pubic lice our clinic would be a good place to come for a... Read Full Answer
what is the cost for out of province testing or will my Alberta health care number work.
Hi, and thanks for your question It will depend on which clinic you go to for testing. If you visit a walk-in-clinic they will be less likely to bill Alberta Health for your visit and you will be more likely to have to pay out of pocket for the visit. Each clinic will have a set of fees associated, including doctor’s fees. You may also have to pay out of pocket to have any lab testing done... Read Full Answer