Monthly Archives: February 2014

Questions You May Have about Vaginal Discharge

For many women in High Desert, the topic of vaginal discharge might make them a little bit uneasy. While it may not be a topic that you bring up over dinner, we at Reza Ahmadinia OBGYN believe that you should feel comfortable and relaxed when discussing vaginal discharge with your OB/GYN.

We have compiled a list of questions that many women in Victorville and the surrounding area have about vaginal discharge, and we hope it helps […]

February 28th, 2014|OBGYN News|

Questions You May Have about the Yearly Exam

For a High Desert woman, her annual exam is an important part of her overall preventative health care plan. Most women in Apple Valley will visit their OB/GYN in order to have a pap smear performed and to talk with the doctor about any questions and concerns that they may have at the time.

Women should feel confident and comfortable when they come in for their yearly exam with the OB/GYN. Remember that the doctor is […]

February 21st, 2014|OBGYN News|

What to Expect from Your First Pelvic Exam

You have decided that it’s time to visit your OB/GYN for your first pelvic exam, and you are understandably nervous about the procedure. While this is a common exam and essential to receiving the best preventative health care available, many people are intimidated by the pelvic exam.

Dr. Ahmadinia recommends that women come in for their first pelvic exam by the time they are 21 years old, but some women may opt to have this exam […]

February 14th, 2014|OBGYN News|

Preparing for Your First Pelvic Exam

Regular pelvic exams are an essential part of any preventative health care plan, for these exams allow your OB/GYN to examine your sexual organs and look for signs of disease, infection or pre-cancerous cells.

Your OB/GYN will be understanding of the fact that this is your first pelvic exam and will likely take some time to talk you through the process. The goal is to help you feel comfortable and relaxed, for this is an important […]

February 11th, 2014|OBGYN News|