Planned Parenthood Regina

June 11, 2020

Moving forward our hours are Monday to Friday from 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm.

We are unable to accommodate walk-ins. Please call ahead to make arrangements for services with our receptionist.

Services currently available include:

  • Birth control and emergency contraception* sales using curbside pickup
  • Phone consults for prescriptions
  • Depo Provera injections
  • Virtual information sessions with our educator
  • Pap smears and IUD insertions
  • Options counselling over the phone

*A phone consult with a nurse is required to purchase Plan B or Ella.

Click here for details about curbside pickup.

If you want information about sexually transmitted infections, call us for a phone consult with our nurse to discuss possible treatment options. Not all STI tests are available through the Provincial Lab at the moment, but that could change at any time.

our services

Link to: HomepageLink to: Birth ControlLink to: PregnancyLink to: STI Testing & Treatment
Link to: HomepageLink to: EducationLink to: Pap SmearsLink to: Social Work

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Can you get STI treatment during COVID?

Yes, you can. If you are one of our clients who has had an appointment with us for testing and have a positive STI test result for chlamydia or gonorrhea, we will arrange for you to get the antibiotic treatment using curbside pickup. If the…

Can you give me antibiotics for a UTI?

We could give you a lab requisition to go get a urine test to confirm that you have a urinary tract infection (UTI) and once the results came back our nurse practitioner could write a prescription for antibiotics that you could take to a pharmacy.…

Can I bring another person in during an appointment?

We want to help everyone feel as comfortable as possible when accessing our services, whether that means bringing someone with them to sit in during their appointment or meeting with our social worker for emotional support. Unfortunately, because…

Can you test for herpes during COVID?

To be tested for herpes, a person would have to have an outbreak of visible sores for a doctor or nurse practitioner to examine and swab. The swab is sent to a lab to confirm the herpes diagnosis. At the moment, the lab we send our STI samples…

How old do you have to be to buy emergency contraception and how much is it?

Anyone over the age of 12 has the right to access contraception in Canada, but some clinics and pharmacies may not be as youth-friendly as we are at Planned Parenthood. We sell Plan B or Ella for $15. Because of COVID restrictions, you'll have…

Are you providing IUD inserts at the moment? If not, can you recommend a place to get it done?

We are currently waiting on more PPE to be able to offer in-person appointments but one of our partner clinics has been offering IUD inserts on a case-by-case basis. Call our clinic during operating hours to ask our receptionist about insert…

I've been on birth control for 3 years and recently started spotting before and after my period. Is that normal?

Spotting is common in the first few months of starting a new hormonal birth control method. Later on, it could be caused by missing a dose or may be a side effect of taking another medication. If you are concerned, call your family doctor or…

I had unprotected sex recently and am supposed to get my period in three weeks. When can I take a pregnancy test?

If you want to prevent pregnancy, emergency contraception (like Plan B or Ella) can be taken up to five days after unprotected sex or a copper IUD can be inserted up to seven days after. Call us or a pharmacy as soon as possible to increase…

What's the safest way to switch birth control methods to prevent pregnancy?

It depends on the method you are switching to. A doctor may recommend using a back-up method like condoms for a week to be safe, but when you change your prescription, your healthcare provider should discuss this with you. Call us and ask for…

Can I come in for an appointment?

We are waiting on PPE to be able to open up our services again. It depends on what you need an appointment for. We have been able to offer depo provera injections on a case-by-case basis and are offering phone consults with our social worker…

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