During the adolescent transition, young women exhibit a shift in healthcare seeking behaviour from familial support to those of peers, internet, and health care providers. Yet, young women are more likely to report unmet reproductive healthcare needs. Research in the area of transition to adult gynecological care is lacking. The objective of this study was to identify patient characteristics, presenting complaints, treatment, procedures, and services provided to the emerging adult seeking population-specific gynecological care.
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