Monthly Archives: January 2014

Tips for the First Time Mom

Becoming a mother is a dream come true for many women, but this life transition also can be overwhelming. Your life that once had order and control now seems completely different, and there’s no chance of a schedule or plan in sight.At Reza Ahmadinia OBGYN, we have developed these tips for first-time moms in the High Desert region in order to help them adjust to life with their newborn baby.

How Can I Adjust to Life […]

January 31st, 2014|OBGYN News|

How to Handle a High-Risk Pregnancy

For many High Desert women, finding out that they are expecting is an exciting and wonderful occasion. However, for those in Apple Valley who are experiencing a high-risk pregnancy, those same joys can be filled with a lot of fears and unknowns about the next nine months.

What Preexisting Conditions Can Result in a High-Risk Pregnancy?

Your health history plays a large role in determining if your pregnancy is high-risk or not. Some of these preexisting factors […]

January 25th, 2014|OBGYN News|

Vaccinations While Pregnant

Pregnant women in the High Desert region should talk with their OB/GYN about what vaccinations might benefit them during their pregnancy. The specific vaccinations that a woman receives will depend on her own personal health history, her age, her lifestyle, any preexisting conditions and her personal vaccination history.

Common Vaccines That are Administered During Pregnancy

Tdap Vaccine — The Tdap vaccine protects people against whooping cough, or pertussis. The whooping cough is easily preventable through vaccine, […]

January 19th, 2014|OBGYN News|

Pregnant! Now What?

It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for — two little pink lines have finally appeared on the pregnancy test. This can only mean one thing: that you are in fact pregnant! In 9 months time, you will be holding your little bundle of joy in your arms. You’re having a baby, and you’re so excited you can barely stand it. Of course, first things first — you need to know what to do next. High […]

January 12th, 2014|OBGYN News|