What Can Patients Expect from The Right Time Health Centers?
there's been more birth control options that's always a good thing to have moreoptions for people because one method doesn't fit every person so you have more opportunity to be able to plan your family you have something that you can use that is okay for you that might not be good for somebody else. when you don't have insurance that covers your your contraception there's a feeling of being stuck that you don't have any choices so the right time allows that woman to have a choice because they're not worried of having to worry about the cost of it they can listen and hear about all the different methods that are available and then choose the method that they would like instead of thinking oh well that's the only thing I have to go by because I can only afford a versus B so it gives the choice and that's what I like really about it is that it's not restrictive. that not only would she get fact-based information because that's not always available to women either is the facts of what birth control is and is not but they will also get the most up-to-date information because the participants of the right time grants get and stay up-to-date on the newest information that we have about birth control or new methods of birth control that may be coming up the pipeline because there's continuous studies about contraception and at Washington University we're lucky enough to be part of those studies so patients not only benefit from getting knowledge about all methods but the most up-to-date information and that's very important to me that they know the facts versus what dr. Google tells them sometimes so that's very important to me. it gives that woman that power is that power that they have for their choice.
Providers who are dedicated to them and their needs.
First, they can expect to be heard. But also, they can trust they'll receive fact-based information about birth control, as well as the most up to date information about each individual method.
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