Monthly Archives: December 2013

Conception Myths

When couples in the High Desert region start trying to have a baby, they are willing to try anything in order to conceive as fast as possible. While many of these efforts won’t hurt your chances of conceiving a child, they aren’t necessarily going to help either. The following will help women in Victorville understand the most common myths surrounding conception.

What Are Some of the Most Common Conception Myths?

MYTH: You are only fertile during your […]

December 30th, 2013|OBGYN News|

Preparing for Cesarean Section

A cesarean section is an alternative way for a woman to give birth. During this surgical procedure, the incision is made in the uterus and the baby is born during the operation. Commonly known as a c-section, this procedure is performed on up to 33 percent of women in the United States for several different reasons. In some cases, a c-section is medically-necessary due to the position of the baby and this procedure is best […]

December 23rd, 2013|OBGYN News|

Traveling during the Holidays While Pregnant

The holidays are a special time of year, especially if you are expecting. While many pregnant High Desert women will travel to see family and friends this holiday season, it’s important to remember to take extra precautions. Depending on the stage of your pregnancy and how far you will be traveling, obstetrics and gynecology experts may recommend certain restrictions. Apple Valley women who will be traveling this holiday season should take note of these tips […]

December 19th, 2013|OBGYN News|

Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy with da Vinci® Robotic Surgery

The hysterectomy procedure is a surgical operation in which a woman’s uterus is removed from the body. This is a relatively common procedure for women as nearly 600,000 operations of this kind are performed each day. Women have this operation performed for a variety of reasons, at various stages of life. In many cases, this procedure is performed on High Desert women who are entering menopause and experiencing heavy menstrual bleeding, pain, pelvic pressure or […]

December 10th, 2013|OBGYN News|