In the UHS Women's Health Clinic, nurse practitioners certified in women's or family healthcare and registered nurses provide care by appointment. You do not need to identify as a woman to use the Women's Health Clinic. The Women's Health Clinic welcomes any and all students who identify as women and all students who were assigned female at birth. This includes agender and nonbinary students, as well as students on the transmasculine spectrum. Learn more.
Sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and treatment, including HIV testing
Care for menstrual concerns (cramps, irregular bleeding, PMS, other related problems)
Abnormal pap evaluation, including colposcopy
Pregnancy testing and referrals
Breast health assessment
Evaluation and treatment for other common gynecological health issues such as:
Urinary tract infections
Emergency contraception prescriptions for ella™ for students under 18. Other over-the-counter emergency contraception is sold at the 40 Acres Pharmacy and in drugstores in Texas with no age or gender restrictions.
Visit Healthy Sexuality for more information about sexual health, annual exams, birth control methods, or any of the health issues listed above. Women's Health Clinic healthcare providers will refer patients to appropriate community resources for services not available at UHS.
Due to high demand, please schedule routine annual exams at least two weeks in advance.
The Forty Acres Pharmacy (operated by the UT Austin College of Pharmacy) carries condoms, home pregnacy tests, non-prescription contraceptive methods (including emergency contraception), and over-the-counter medications for yeast infections, menstrual cramps, and more. Ask one of their pharmacist for help.