The most common side effects of birth control would be bleeding and spotting, bloating, mood swings, nausea, breast tenderness and headaches. These symptoms can take up to 3 months to go away.

It is important to find the birth control that feels the best for your body. If you have encountered uncomfortable side effects, talk to us! We can help you find what works for you.

Yes! There are dispensers full of free condoms on the walls around our clinic.

Yes! Our doctors and nurse practitioners can prescribe the depo provera shot. You can purchase it from us for $35. 

For the shot to be administered by our nurse, it has to be prescribed by one of our practitioners. 

If you want to get your shot from a pharmacy that can do direct billing for insurance coverage, unfortunately you would have to pick it up from them and bring it to your appointment with our nurse. 

In Regina, abortions are done at the Women’s Health Center in the General Hospital. You can call them at (306) 766-0586 to make an appointment. If you need further assistance, contact us to book an appointment with our social worker who can support you through that process.

Yes! You need to call us to book an appointment for STI testing because we have gotten very busy and often can’t accommodate walk-ins. You can also try the Sexual Health Clinic at 2110 Hamilton Street or go to any walk-in medical clinic for testing.

No, you can come in anytime we are open to pick it up. Our receptionist will get you to fill out a form, charge $15 and then our nurse will see you to give you the pill. You may have to wait for the nurse to be available if they are in an appointment with someone else.

No, unfortunately in Saskatchewan Plan B is still a prescribed drug and not sold over the counter. We need you to be the one to come in to pick it up.

You must be 21 years old or 3 years from when you started having sex, whichever comes later.

No, you will need to book for a time when you are not spotting or bleeding.

Take it as soon as you remember and take your next dose at the regular time. If this is the first pill of a new pack use a backup method for 1 week. If you have had unprotected sex you should consider getting a Plan B. If you have missed more than two pills please call the office to speak with a nurse.