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Women's Health Care Online

Connect with a women's health doctor whenever you need. You can discuss issues in women's health like obstetrics, gynaecology, OBGYN, or reproductive concerns. With telemedicine, women's health services are available to you 24/7.

What is women's health?

Women's health focuses on the specific concerns of women and people assigned female at birth. This includes, but is not limited to obstetrics-gynecology (OBGYN) services, prenatal and postnatal care, contraception, menopause, menstruation and reproductive health, and more.

It's important to connect with a care provider who understands women's health. With trained doctors and nurse practitioners, you can get tailored medical care. Many of Babylon’s family medicine providers are well educated, experienced, and passionate about women’s health. Reach out to see how they can help!

Women's health services online

Access women's health care services remotely through our Babylon App. You can schedule an appointment online to discuss any health concerns. Telehealth can't provide all the same women's health and family services that an in-person clinic can. However, it can give you the opportunity for quality conversations regarding symptoms or wellness concerns. Even if all services can’t be done via telemedicine, Babylon providers welcome the opportunity to discuss concerns and different treatment options, as many of our providers have also provided in-person women's health care. If needed, you can be referred for in-person care, but many conditions can also be handled remotely with telemedicine checkups.

Services offered

We offer premier women's health services to help you through all stages of life. Book an appointment through our app's patient portal to talk to your doctor about:

  • family planning
  • birth control
  • infertility
  • endometriosis
  • obstetrics (medicine relating to pregnancy and birth)
  • breastfeeding
  • menopause
  • urinary incontinence
  • gynecological issues
  • Heavy, painful, or irregular periods
  • mental health concerns
  • recommendations and referrals for exams like pap smears, mammograms, and pelvic exams
  • and more

If necessary, your healthcare provider may recommend you to an in-person care team for treatment. Certain exams can only be done in person to ensure total care. Your doctor may also order lab work and refer you to a lab for tests.

What to expect from online women's health care

Women of all ages can expect top care from our online doctors. Contact women's health care providers to discuss everything from general well-being to specific concerns. When you speak with our providers, they'll help you construct a treatment plan. Your plan may involve wholly or mostly online care, depending on your needs. Your provider can give you health information that will help you choose any in-person care they may recommend.

When you schedule your appointment, your virtual provider will contact you through the Babylon app. Make sure you're in a quiet, private place for your appointment. You will discuss your symptoms and your provider will make recommendations. If necessary, they may send a prescription to the pharmacy you choose.

When you should seek virtual care

If you can't make it to a center for women's health, or you're not sure if you need to go, virtual care is for you. Schedule an appointment at your convenience. Your medical provider will give you more information. If necessary, they'll recommend an in-person visit to a women's health clinic.

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911. Babylon does not provide emergency care.


  1. Women’s Health - WHO
  2. Information about COVID-19 Vaccines for People who Are Pregnant or Breastfeeding - CDC


Why does women's health matter?

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Providers with training and passion regarding women's health can be beneficial. They specialize in female reproductive systems, hormonal cycles, and changes that affect women and people assigned female at birth. Further conditions include endometriosis, irregular or painful periods, uterine, ovarian, or breast cancer; and premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Many womens health conditions are personal, and providers passionate about women's health understand this, and work to improve quality of life related to these concerns.

Women's health checkups look for issues that normal checkups may not, including uterine health and signs of breast cancer. They also address complications with your period and reproductive health. In older women, health care providers can guide patients through menopause and help schedule yearly mammograms to screen for breast cancer.

How do I book online women's health appointments?

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First, download the Babylon app and create an account using the code provided by your insurer. Then you can schedule an online appointment for any time you're comfortable with. Your doctor will be available to discuss your options and record health information in notes.

If your concern can be treated virtually, your doctor will create a treatment plan with you. If your condition is high-risk or requires an in-person visit, your doctor can help point you in the right direction.

How much does an online women's health appointment cost?

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Online appointments are available to you 24/7 at no cost, with a $0 copay. If you need medication, costs for your prescription may vary by insurance provider. Your provider will make every effort to prescribe medication covered by your insurance.

Can I get birth control through Babylon?

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Yes, Babylon doctors can prescribe or recommend birth control. Your Babylon doctor can recommend:

  • Combined hormonal contraceptives (CHC) like pills, patches, and vaginal rings
  • Progestogen-only birth control
  • Intrauterine devices (IUDs)
  • Fertility awareness method

If you choose birth control that requires an in-person appointment, your doctor will help you find the right clinic for you. Pills, patches, and vaginal rings can be prescribed by the telemedicine provider to a pharmacy near you at the time or your visit.

What do I do if I need an in-person exam?

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If you already have a trusted OBGYN or women's health provider, you can book an appointment directly with them. If you don't, discuss your options with your Babylon provider. They'll help you choose a clinic or doctor's office that will suit your needs.

Your doctor can also refer you to a lab for bloodwork or other tests, and this can be ordered at a lab near you.

Can I request a female doctor?

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Yes. When you schedule an appointment with Babylon, you can sort available doctors by gender. You can choose any available care provider. You can also choose to see a doctor you've seen before, if applicable.

Does Babylon provide obstetric (pregnancy-related) care?

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Babylon provides some obstetric care that is possible to give remotely. Many of our providers are educated on the care of pregnant women, and can help with assessment, treatment, and education for many pregnancy-related concerns, or concerns or health conditions that are not necessarily related to the pregnancy, but arise at the same time. If you are pregnant and need in-person care, your Babylon doctor can recommend a clinic, as you will still need established in person care throughout your pregnancy.

If you schedule a virtual appointment, you can talk to your online doctor about:

  • prenatal and postnatal care
  • women's health physio (physical therapy for pregnant women)
  • breastfeeding concerns
  • postnatal depression
  • unusual pregnancy symptoms
  • infertility
  • anemia
  • UTIs
  • hypertension

Can I get a COVID-19 vaccine if I'm pregnant?

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Yes. According to the CDC, people who are pregnant or breastfeeding can still get the COVID-19 vaccine. There are ongoing studies about the safety of receiving the vaccine for pregnant and breastfeeding people. There are studies that have shown that people who receive an mRNA vaccine during the third trimester of pregnancy pass antibodies on to their fetuses.

The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Seek the advice of a doctor with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never delay seeking or disregard professional medical advice because of something you have read here.