If so, as far as I know, all you need to do is call up a gynecologist's office and schedule an appointment. They will have you fill out any forms yo need there.
The only other thing you should bring is an insurance card if you're covered by an insurance policy- if you're not covered by insurance, be sure to ask the office when you call what their pricing and payment options are.
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