Questions and Answers for Patients at the Women’s Wellness Center
When you visit the Women’s Wellness Center, you’ll interact with our caring specialists and staff. In the meantime, you may have questions, some of which may be among our most commonly asked, which are answered below.
You can also reach us directly by calling: 605-554-1020.
How old should I be when I first start seeing a gynecologist?
In our practice, we often see patients as young as 13 or 14, and stay with them as they go through life’s stages.
When should I schedule my first prenatal visit?
If you’ve had a positive home pregnancy test, give us a call. We will schedule an appointment for you approximately eight weeks from your last menstrual period.
What medications can I safely take when I am pregnant?
You can take prenatal vitamins, most of which are now available without a prescription. For any other medications, vitamins, herbal remedies or supplements, check with us before taking them.
What do I need to know about menopause?
Menopause marks the end of a woman’s childbearing years. It’s a natural life change that usually occurs around age 50, but can happen earlier or later. If you haven’t had a menstrual period for a full year or if you’d like to get more information about menopause, talk with us.
What insurance plans does the Women’s Wellness Center accept?
We accept most insurance plans. For a list of approved plans, visit our Insurance page.
How do I log in to my Women’s Wellness Center account?
You can visit your personal patient portal by logging in here.