Your clinician will review your medical history and discuss your needs and goals — including any future pregnancy plans — during your virtual visit. You’ll learn about birth control options to figure out the best method for you as well as next steps for getting your birth control.
Your clinician will review your medical history. Depending on important factors — such as when you had sex, and method easiest for you to access — they will determine which emergency contraception method is right for you.
During your virtual visit, your clinician will review your medical history. Together you'll discuss any symptoms you're experiencing as well as your best treatment course.
Your clinician will review your medical history and discuss your current concerns. Then your clinician will help you take your HIV test. When the results are available, your clinician will contact you to discuss the results and any next steps.
Struggling with a PCOS diagnois or effective treatment plan? We take a personilized approach so you can manage this complex syndrome.
Your clinician will review your medical history during your virtual visit. You will talk about symptoms and your lifestyle to figure out if PEP or PrEP is right for you. If PEP or PrEP is a good fit, your clinician will walk you through the steps to access it.
During your virtual visit, your clinician will review your medical history. Together you will discuss any symptoms you are experiencing as well as your best treatment course.
It's urgent - we get it. During your virtual visit, we'll discuss any symptoms and build a plan for your current and future UTI treatment.
We celebrate diversity, with over 1 in 3 of our clinicians identifying as transgender, nonbinary, genderqueer, gender diverse, or two-spirit, and nearly 4 in 5 as bisexual, gay, lesbian, pansexual, or queer.
Sign up and book an appointment with one of our LGBTQIA+ specialized clinicians.
Your clinician will work with you to figure out a care plan that fits your goals.
Get your meds shipped to your door or have them sent to the pharmacy of your choice.
We'll ensure you get your refills on time and check in with you on your progress. You can always book another visit as needed.
FOLX offers our members a negotiated rate to Quest Diagnostics and so sends most of our members to one of their facilities for labs. Members have the option to pay FOLX directly (out of pocket) for their lab fees. If you have insurance, and would prefer to use it to pay, you can do so when you arrive at the testing facility to get your labs performed.
If you do not go to a Quest facility to perform your labs, you will need to provide payment in person (either out of pocket or insurance) when you arrive to perform your labs. FOLX will not have any control over the prices at other facilities.
Yes, erectile dysfunction is fairly common and doesn't only impact cisgender men. There are multiple treatment options available and your clinician can work with you to find a care plan that is best for your needs. They will also be able to provide you a prescription that works with your gender affirming hormone therapy if you'd like to take both.