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On Monday, May 11, we hosted our first Instagram Live with Krista Margolis for a perimenopause question and answer sessions. Thanks to all of you who joined us, we had quite the crowd! It was such an interactive group with many great questions. We covered many topics and have many more to tackle. Unfortunately, we ran
In recommendation from the CDC, we are requiring our patients to wear a face covering to your appointment to help protect other patients and our staff. You can expect that our staff will be wearing face coverings during your visit to keep you safe, as well. We are all in this together, so let’s each
Stressed much? Noticed an increase in your anxiety level? You’re not alone! The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, both real and potential, have the ability to cause increased stress and anxiety in many of us. Below are some tips to help manage your anxiety during these unpredictable times. Breathing Breathe in for a count of
By staying home, Minnesotans successfully pushed out the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic and bought our state time to get ready to treat those who fall ill. Beginning May 18th, Governor Tim Walz has lifted the shelter in place order and Minnesota will slowly shift from “Stay at home Minnesota” to “Stay Safe Minnesota”. As
Update from WHO 3/20/20: If someone who is breastfeeding becomes ill with COVID-19, it is important to continue breastfeeding! The baby who has already been exposed to the coronavirus by the mother and/or family will benefit most from continued direct breastfeeding. *All coronavirus “COVID-19” updates can be found on our main page.
NOTICE FOR PREGNANT PATIENTS Even as we transition out of Minnesota’s stay at home order, we continue to recommend pregnant patients strictly adhere to social distancing by staying home starting at 36 weeks gestation until your delivery. If you need a note for your employer to support this recommendation, please contact our office or send
Call your doctor: If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice. The symptoms of coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, may appear 2-14 days after exposure. If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19 get medical attention immediately. Emergency warning