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Under the current healthcare laws, your annual Wellness Exam is fully covered by your insurance.

The exam will include:

— Complete medical history review
— Pelvic exam
— Pap Test
— Breast exam
— Lab tests
— Health counseling
— Opportunity to ask questions

Light spotting shouldn’t interfere with your exam, however bleeding can affect the outcome of the exam, so you should reschedule your appointment. To reschedule, call an appointment scheduler (601-354-0870) or login to our secure patient portal to request a new appointment.

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