Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Glance into First Trimester Visits

The first trimester is an exciting yet scary time for many moms-to-be. High Desert women who have just found out that they are expecting are likely to have a lot on their mind, including questions about their prenatal care and doctor’s appointments. At Reza Ahmadinia OBGYN, we have most of our patients come schedule their first prenatal visit between 8-10 weeks gestation. In some cases, some Victorville patients may be asked to make an appointment […]

March 28th, 2014|OBGYN News|

Don’t Freak Out

When you go to your annual gynecological exam, you can expect your doctor to take the time to examine your pelvic region and talk to you about any questions or concerns you might have. At these appointments, your doctor may provide you with information you weren’t expecting to hear.

In some cases, High Desert women become alarmed or scared when they hear this information. However, it’s important for those in Hesperia to remain calm and take […]

March 25th, 2014|OBGYN News|

Common Embarrassing OBGYN Topics

Many women throughout the High Desert area take the opportunity to talk to their OBGYN about a variety of issues at their annual gynecological exam. However, there are some topics that still feel taboo, and it can be difficult for Hesperia women to bring these seemingly embarrassing issues up to the doctor.

What are Some of the Most Common Embarrassing OBGYN Topics for Women?

While women might feel uncomfortable bringing up these issues to Dr. Ahmadinia, they […]

March 14th, 2014|OBGYN News|

Handling Your Morning Sickness and Cravings

When a woman is pregnant, nourishing herself and her baby should be a top priority. A well-balanced diet, rich in vitamins and minerals, is essential for the health of the mother and the growing child, but it’s not always easy for High Desert women to stick to the nutritional guidelines.

During the first trimester, many Apple Valley women will suffer from morning sickness, which can make it difficult to eat. Later in the pregnancy, it’s not […]

March 11th, 2014|OBGYN News|