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Dr. Ronna Jurow, MD, MS

OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynecologist)

1828 El Camino Real Suite 805 Burlingame CA, 94010



Dr. Ronna Jurow is an obstetrician-gynecologist practicing in Burlingame, CA. Dr. Jurow specializes in women's health, particularly the female reproductive system, pregnancy and childbirth. As an obstetrician-gynecologist, or OB-GYN, Dr. Jurow can treat a number of health issues related to the vagina, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and breasts. Dr Jurow can also treat women during pregnancy, labor, childbirth and the postpartum period. In this specialty, doctors focus on reproductive care from puberty through adulthood.

Education and Training

University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine Medical Degree 1978

Board Certification

Obstetrics and GynecologyAmerican Board of Obstetrics and GynecologyABOG

Provider Details

Dr. Ronna Jurow, MD, MS
Dr. Ronna Jurow, MD, MS's Expert Contributions
  • Am I pregnant

    You say you carry the diagnosis of PCO/PCOS? And pregnancy test is negative? You have symptoms of pregnancy? This is consistent with PCO, and you need to see your doctor. You need to treat your PCO. READ MORE

  • No menses

    Well, it sounds like you’ve got some excellent doctors who are caring for you appropriately. So if the treatment of your POC, T2DM and hypothyroidism is well treated, then all that’s left to you is to lose weight. Easier said than done, I’m aware, but it’s probably the most important part for you to consider. READ MORE

  • Spotting and bleeding?

    Unfortunately, you have not given me enough data to answer your question properly. Is the “before my expected period” around the time of your previous menses? Is there a chance you are pregnant? Have your periods been regular? Is this the first time you have had the above described menses? I would be happy to answer your questions, if you would answer my questions. READ MORE

  • Why can't I feel anything?

    Do your self a favor and buy Our Bodies, Out Selves. READ MORE

  • I’m confused about my vagina?

    Why don’t you get tested for routine vaginal infections, not just STD’s. READ MORE

  • Possibility of pregnancy?

    It would be best to do a pregnancy test. Only a test will give you a definite answer. Menstrual periods can vary. READ MORE

  • Could the Myo&D-Chiro Inositol be affecting my cycle?


  • Is this period bleeding or injury bleeding?

    Hum, interesting question. If you’re concerned, you should seek the help of a professional. That is, unless your mom went to medical school. READ MORE

  • Vaginal issues?

    My goodness, you do have a few problems. My sympathy is for you. You appear to be coping well. Just make sure you are seeing an Ob-Gyn, not a Family Practice or Primary Care doctor for these problems. Even if your practitioner is a woman that doesn’t mean she is an expert in gynecology. As a matter of fact that usually means she has only one frame of view herself. READ MORE

  • Medicine related problem?

    Well, you have a very good question. The Provider that gave you the very complicated regime should answer the question. Frankly, it’s difficult to keep the regime the provider gave you straight in my mind. I lost track after the first 2 days. There are much simpler approaches to your problem. READ MORE

  • Pregnancy chance?

    Yes, taking a COC in the middle of a cycle is not as secure against becoming pregnant, as beginning the pill at the time of menses, but time will tell. READ MORE

  • Irregular cycle?

    Well, you could do yet another pregnancy test to be absolutely sure. Breast tenderness before menses is not unusual. If it were a miscarriage, the pregnancy test would have been positive. READ MORE

  • Regarding pregnancy?

    Most likely, but only a pregnancy test will tell you for sure. READ MORE

  • Period bleeding?

    Find an Ob-Gyn in your area, please. Nothing you have described sounds normal with or without the patch. READ MORE

  • Am I pregnant?

    The same odds that your morning after pill quotes in preventing pregnancy. You took the morning after pill correctly. READ MORE

  • Can I be pregnant?

    Sure, but only a pregnancy test will give you an correct answer. READ MORE

  • Can Plan B cause late second period?

    Yep, Plan B can alter a cycle.. more importantly. If it’s not time to start a family. Please consider some type of contraception and I don’t mean condoms. Condoms don’t count, they are only better than nothing. READ MORE

  • Pregnancy scare?

    Difficult to answer with facts you supplied! If this was your first month on a COC ( combination birth control pill), then all bets are off and you need a pregnancy test. If you’ve been on the COC for awhile, it’s unlikely you’re pregnant. The pills provided days 22-28 are usually placebo pills. The decreased amount of blood is one of the benefits of being on a COC, lighter periods. BUT, when in doubt get a pregnancy test!! READ MORE

  • Pelvic inflammatory disease?

    Cannot read US report it’s too blurry. Trying to conceive is frustrating, difficult, sad, happy; one thing to remember, please see an infertility specialist for answers to your problems. Primary Care Providers, Family Care Specialist, even regular Ob-Gyn’s are not qualified with serious underlying disorders. The good thing is that you are very young. An Infertility Specialist should be able to help you have a wonderful, bouncing baby. Please remember, 45% of the time it’s the male who is the problem! READ MORE

  • Undetectable implant in the body?

    I’m sorry for your problems. There is no implant to alter a person’s personality that I know of ( doesn’t mean it doesn’t exit), but it would have shown up on the MRI or CT scan or 3 dimensional ultrasound. Are you sure you aren’t spoofing us with this question??!!! READ MORE

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Dr. Ronna Jurow, MD, MS's Practice location

Practice At 1828 El Camino Real Suite 805

1828 El Camino Real Suite 805 -
Burlingame, CA 94010
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New patients: 415-692-3818, 650-652-8420

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Dr. Ronna Jurow, MD, MS has a rating of 4 out of 5 stars based on the reviews from 12 patients. FindaTopDoc has aggregated the experiences from real patients to help give you more insights and information on how to choose the best OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynecologist) in your area. These reviews do not reflect a providers level of clinical care, but are a compilation of quality indicators such as bedside manner, wait time, staff friendliness, ease of appointment, and knowledge of conditions and treatments.

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