The shot is an injection of the hormone progestin that provides birth control for 3 months. It can be administered at home or by a healthcare professional.
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Didn't go through the usual pee to test for pregnancy before getting shot for birth control
I've been going to this office since it opened. I love the staff and the Dr. Always very friendly and professional.
The nurse injected both shots very quickly resulting in burning during injection and two sore/heavy feeling arms for two days. When Dr. Daniels gave me these same two shots in the past, this didn't happen. I've dealt with this nurse a few times and she needs to work on her bedside manner. The rest of the staff is fantastic!
Staff is always friendly and kind. I think of them as friends!
You did your best to get me in and out quickly and I appreciate that.
Very quick. Got in and out without any issues/delays.
The nurse/cna were friendly and helpful. She took the time to answer all questions.
Arrived for a 7:45 appointment that I had called to confirm a week or two before only to find a note saying they were in a staff meeting until 8. Receptionists not wearing masks with doors to their area wide open. Staff tried to get me to walk in the space between the two doors to go to other checkout window. I refused because they were asking me to take a very unsafe risk for an immunocompromised patient exposed to unmasked staff.