Well Woman Care Services

Annual Exams

Annual wellness exams involve reviewing any pertinent health conditions, managing your medications, and undergoing a physical exam. At Mile High, we encourage all our patients to schedule their yearly exam as a form of preventative care. This helps to detect any problems early, alleviating the stress of catching them too late.

Contraception Options

Contraception is an important part of your preventative care routine. Whether you are looking to start using contraception for the first time or if you want to switch to a new method, Mile High is here to support and help you make the right decision. We offer contraception education, birth control management, and can administer birth control shots.

Mood Management

Mental health has a significant impact on your physical health, so it’s important to take care of both at the same time. Childbirth, menopause, and your menstrual cycle can cause you to have changes in your mood. Because of this, we offer mood management and mental health services for women of all ages alongside our other types of care.

Sexual Pain or Dysfunction

Sexual pain and dysfunction is not a normal part of reproductive health. If you are experiencing any sort of discomfort, schedule a visit with us today. Our providers can help find the reason you are having pain and create a treatment plan to help remedy it.

STI Testing and Care

Sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and care should be a part of your regular healthcare routine. Like many other health conditions, it is best to catch them as early as possible to avoid them becoming more severe. We offer testing for all STIs that can be easily completed anytime. 

Meet Our Providers

Each Mile High OBGYN + Midwifery professional is specially trained to work with women from all walks of life. No matter what you’re looking to seek care for, our providers can help. Learn more about our staff and professionals below. 

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How We Test for STIs

Even though talking to your doctor about STIs can seem embarrassing, it is nothing to be ashamed of. They are a common condition that many people, especially women, deal with. Testing for STIs is considered a part of many routine health assessments, so your doctor will have access to the tests you’ll need to get diagnosed. At Mile High, we offer a comprehensive STI testing panel. Often, this can include bloodwork, a pelvic exam, and a urine or fluid sample. 

Being honest with your provider is an important part of being evaluated for an STI. Without accurate information, you won’t be able to get the care you need. During your appointment, your provider may ask: 

  • How many people have you had sexual intercourse with in the past year? 
  • What types of sexual intercourse have you had (anal, oral, or vaginal)? 
  • Are you using protection during sexual intercourse? 
  • Have you been told by a partner (male or female) that they have an STI? 
  • Have you ever been diagnosed with an STI in the past? 

How We Treat STIs

Staying up-to-date on your STI testing is an important part of staying healthy if you are sexually active. While some STIs are easily detectable and treatable, others aren’t. If a STD goes untreated for too long, it can cause severe health problems. There are different treatments for each STD. 

Medications like antiviral drugs and antibiotics are effective treatments for STIs like gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, and herpes. 
To prevent getting STIs like HPV and hepatitis A or B, be sure to talk to your doctor about getting vaccinated for them. 
For STIs that cannot be cured, regular screenings and daily medication may be required.

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Do you still have questions about STI treatment and care?

Q: Should I tell my partner if I’ve been diagnosed with an STI?

Yes. You should always notify any past or current partners if you have been diagnosed with an STI so they can get tested. 

Will I automatically get an STI if one of my sex partners does?

Not always. Although STIs are highly transmissible, you are not guaranteed to get one by having intercourse with an infected person. You should still get tested, though. 

Is STI testing covered by insurance?

Most insurance plans will cover basic STI testing, or will charge you a small fee. Check with your individual plan for further details.

How effective are condoms in preventing STIs?

No method of contraception is 100% effective. However, condoms are one of the best ways you can prevent an STI. 

Can I get an STI more than once?

Yes. Just like you can catch a sinus infection multiple times during allergy season, you can catch an STI repeatedly. 

Insurance Options We Honor

Mile High OBGYN + Midwifery accepts most major insurance providers! If you have any questions about whether we accept your insurance or not, please reach out to us.

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