Labor Induction

Past Your Due Date? – What to Do

As soon as you find out you are expecting a baby, you figure out your due date — the day your little one is expected to arrive. It is a date that will be near and dear to your heart for 9 months, as you count down with anxious anticipation. While your due date may seem like a deadline of sorts, it is important to remember that it is only a projection. Your baby could […]

December 24th, 2014|OBGYN News|

Cutting the Cord

The umbilical cord serves as the lifeline between the baby and the mother throughout pregnancy. High Desert women are often amazed to find out that the cord transfers nutrients, vitamins, and blood to the developing baby during the nine months of pregnancy. Toward the end of the pregnancy, the cord begins to provide the baby with antibodies that will help the newborn child develop its immune system. Apple Valley women who go to the Reza […]

November 21st, 2014|OBGYN News|

Knowing the Risks of Labor Induction

Many expectant moms in the High Desert region may be faced with the decision as to whether or not they should induce their labor. There are a variety of reasons to induce labor, including the health of the mother, the health of the baby or the current condition of the placenta, to name a few. However, labor induction does not come without its risks. At Reza Ahmadinia OBGYN, Apple Valley women who are pregnant should understand the risks of an induction before they decide if this is the right choice for them. Continue reading “Knowing the Risks of Labor Induction” »

June 13th, 2014|OBGYN News|