We are dedicated to providing personalized healthcare for each and every woman. From puberty to menopause, we aim to supply every woman with top quality gynecological and obstetrical care.
Need birth control or a Pap exam? We can provide you with private family planning services and gynecological care.
If you have questions or would like to be seen, give our clinic a call today!
Controlling the number of children in a family and the time-span in between births is family planning. It gives women the opportunity to plan for the future and to get OBGYN doctorâ€™s onboard with their decisions.Read more
Abortion Service in Boston wants to be here for all your needs regarding gynecology in Boston. This includes being there for accurate and useful information regarding all your medical options and specifically your birth control options.Read more
There is nothing to be embarrassed about with the Ob-Gyn. It is a new experience for some and it is very personal, but this physician is your friend on your side in life.Read more
Everything you tell your Ob-Gyn is confidential. At Abortion Service in Boston, all the information you receive is accurate and reliable.Read more
Today's women have many options when it comes to contraceptives. While most are effective and have advantages, some have certain risks and disadvantages.Read more
Most women want to be in control of their lives, they want to plan for their futures and they want to do what is best for their bodies.Read more
Women seeking an easy birth control method should look into getting a Paragard intrauterine device (IUD)Read more
The Mirena intrauterine device (IUD) is made of flexible plastic that releases the hormone levonorgestrel into the uterus.Read more
In Lowell, we want you to know that we know how to treat the ladies!Read more
Women in today’s world have many options when it comes to abortion services however they may feel alone in their decision and may not want to discuss their situation with friends or family members.Read more
Family planning or contraception clinics are open access sexual health centers that can be used by any person – men or women – above or below 16 years of age. In other words, anyone can visit these centers on their own (on self-referral) or when referred by a health worker.Read more
Whether annual exams are really necessary or not is a long debate both among doctors and individuals.Read more