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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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Zika Virus and Pregnancy Update with Resources

At PGOMG, we understand that anyone who is considering a pregnancy, actively trying to conceive, or is currently pregnant will have concerns about the Zika virus. As with the nature of an outbreak like Zika, we’re learning new information about the virus, how its spread, its effects, and treatments often. Zika news from within the

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What Does It Mean to Have a High Risk Pregnancy?

For those whose pregnancy is determined to be high risk, the time between conception and the birth of your baby will require an additional level of caution, and the providers at PGOMG are always prepared to assist women during this time. High risk pregnancy can apply to a number of health and personal situations, all

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Top Five Pregnancy Side Effects: What Helps & When to Talk to PGOMG

1. Nausea/Morning sickness Morning sickness is a common expression used to describe the nausea and vomiting that some women may experience in the first trimester of their pregnancy. It can occur at any time during the day. This nausea is due to hormonal changes within a women’s body as it adjusts to pregnancy. What helps:

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