What health services are covered by FPBP?
Family Planning Services include:
Most FDA approved birth control methods, devices, and supplies (e.g., birth control pills, injectables, or patches, condoms, diaphragms, IUDs)
Emergency contraception services and follow-up care
Male and female sterilization
Preconception counseling and preventive screening and family planning options before pregnancy
The following additional services are considered family planning only when provided within the context of a family planning visit and when the service provided is directly related to family planning
Pregnancy testing and counseling
Comprehensive health history and physical examination, including breast exam and referrals to primary care providers as indicated (Mammograms are not covered).
Screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STI's)
Screening for cervical cancer and urinary tract or female-related infections
Screening and related diagnostic laboratory testing for medical conditions that affect the choice of birth control, e.g. a history of diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking, blood clots, etc.
HIV counseling and testing
Counseling services related to pregnancy, informed consent, and STD/HIV risk counseling
Bone density scan (only for women who plan to use or are currently using Depo-Provera)
Ultrasound (to assess placement of an intrauterine device)