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Health Services

Young Women

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When should my daughter see a gynecologist?

  • Healthy adolescents should see start seeing a gynecologist or a pediatrician to discuss safer sexual practices, birth control, sexually transmitted infections, and general female health between the age of 14–16.
  • Women less than 21 years old, should have a Pap smear within 3 years of having sex. Yes, even if she had sex once.
  • If a women starts to be sexually active, she should be seen by a health care provider at least once a year to discuss and screen for sexually transmitted infections.

Contact Us


915-742-9166 or 
Appointment line: 915-742-2273
TRICARE Nurse Advise Line:‚Äč 1-800-874-2273

Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.