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Shelter in Place Patient Information

Because of the current COVID-19 situation as well as Shelter in Place requirements, for the health of our patients and our staff, we have a NO VISITOR policy in place. This includes children, so we kindly ask patients to come alone to decrease the spread of COVID-19. We are asking patients of ages 65 and older

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When Pregnancy Symptoms Are No Longer “Normal”

With countless movies and TV shows using morning sickness as an indicator that a character may be pregnant, it’s just about universally known that pregnancy often comes with a fair amount of nausea and vomiting in the first trimester. Other symptoms, though, may not be as familiar or discussed quite as often. Side effects of

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Why You Need to Tell Your Doctor About a Suspected Miscarriage

At the very least, it’s important that women who suspect that they have had a miscarriage contact their doctor to let him or her know. A doctor can determine whether an office visit is necessary. This often depends on how far along the pregnancy was, your symptoms, and whether there are any other health concerns

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Why Preeclampsia Awareness Is Important

May is Preeclampsia Awareness Month, and it is very important that women who are interested in growing their families are aware of the condition, which is very serious and requires immediate medical care. Preeclampsia symptoms Unfortunately, it is possible for preeclampsia to develop without any obvious symptoms. This is why consistent blood pressure monitoring is

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California Pacific Medical Center Has a New Location

From California Pacific Medical Center: January 28, 2019 We are writing to let you know that effective March 2 & 3, 2019, CPMC will move all patients from our Pacific and California Campuses into the new Van Ness Campus located at 1101 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco. On Saturday, March 2, 2019, our Pacific Campus

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Dr. Rebecca Yee Appears in Brown & Toland Commerical

Dr. Rebecca Yee of PGOMG recently appeared in a commercial for Brown & Toland. From Brown & Toland, “Brown & Toland Physicians is a community of independent doctors who work for their patients, and no one else. Some of our physicians care for generations of families, many volunteer their time to give back to the

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May Is Preeclampsia Awareness Month

Preeclampsia is a very serious pregnancy condition that requires immediate medical care. If you have questions or concerns about preeclampsia, please contact your PGOMG provider immediately. If symptoms develop, please seek emergency medical care first. What are the symptoms of preeclampsia? High blood pressure Urine tests positive for protein Swollen legs and feet Fatigue Blurred

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What to Do If You Think You’re Having a Miscarriage

If you suspect that you are having a miscarriage, there are steps you will want to take right away. The choice of visiting the nearest emergency room or your obstetrician’s office comes down to the symptoms you are experiencing. When to visit the emergency room If you experience… Heavy bleeding Clotting Dizziness Fainting When to

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Is It Safe to Travel While I’m Pregnant?

Pregnancy is a time when women are concerned about not only their own health and safety but also that of their baby, and many women have questions about what exactly is and is not safe during pregnancy. Above all, our top recommendation is that patients contact their PGOMG provider to ask any questions and discuss

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The Postpartum Depression Symptoms to Look Out For

Postpartum depression is a serious condition which can develop anywhere from a few days to six months after a woman gives birth. Postpartum depression’s symptoms should not be ignored, even if you are unsure if you or your partner’s symptoms are severe enough to seek medical attention. Women can expect certain changes post-childbirth, but when

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