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Women's Health Services

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We provide women’s health services offering extended hours to provide fast and reliable care for a wide range of women’s health needs including but not limited to:

Please call us if a treatment you are seeking is not listed and we can direct you.


Female lower abdominal pain is common, and the causes of this pain vary drastically. Abdominal pain, including lower abdominal pain, is often pain coming from organs within the abdominal cavity. These organs include the stomach, small intestine, colon, liver, gall bladder, spleen, and pancreas. In women, the lowest portion of the abdomen is the pelvis and in addition to the bladder includes the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. It is often difficult to tell if the pain is actually abdominal pain or pelvic pain. The most common reason for lower abdominal pain in females is menstruation or menstrual cramps. Other causes include gas, indigestion, hernia, kidney stones, fibroids, diverticulitis, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, pelvic inflammatory disease, pancreatitis, and appendicitis among others. Our skilled medical staff will evaluate your acute abdominal and/or pelvic pain to determine the best way to reach the appropriate diagnosis and recommendation for further care.



Simply put, an abscess is a pocket of pus that can form due to infection. The infected area typically becomes red, tender, swollen, and painful. In most cases, an abscess will need to be drained. Some common abscesses that can plague women include breast abscesses, perirectal abscesses, pilonidal cysts, and vulvar abscesses. After a proper diagnosis, your Tri-County

Urgent Care, Health And Wellness Center team will recommend the best treatment for these painful lumps.


Sexually transmitted diseases can frequently result in a wide range of symptoms, ranging from rashes, bumps, and sores, to frequent, painful urination, blood in the urine, swelling, vaginal discharge, and even fever, aches, and chills. If you experience one or more of these symptoms, your Tri-County Urgent Care, Health And Wellness Center team may recommend a urine, swab, or blood test to rule out the following:

• STDs, including herpes simplex, trichomonas, gonorrhea, chlamydia & syphilis

These tests can be essential for arriving at a proper diagnosis and preventing further health risks to either you or others. Note: These labs are outside labs, billed separately.


Our providers are experienced in diagnosing and treating minor dermatology and skincare issues like rash relief, hives, eczema, and more.


Tri-County Urgent Care, Health And Wellness Center will help you determine whether a light or missed period is due to pregnancy or some other medical cause. If you’ve experienced a missed period and suspect that you could be pregnant, we’ll provide fast, accurate, and confidential testing. Early-morning pregnancy testing typically returns the best results.


UTI testing aids in proper diagnosis to minimize discomfort and prevent complications from common urinary complaints. UTI symptoms include urinary frequency and urgency, blood in the urine, and lower abdominal pain. Back, flank, or side pain could indicate kidney stones or infection. A definitive diagnosis for kidney stones requires an imaging test.


If you experience vaginal bleeding between periods, a discharge, itching, dryness, abnormal and/or painful menstruation with severe menstrual cramps, your Tri-County Urgent Care, Health And Wellness Center team can provide a diagnosis. Appropriate treatment may also be recommended to prevent further discomfort and/or possible painful complications.

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