Prenatal Yoga

Five Things You Should Do to Prepare for Your Delivery Date

Now that you’ve confirmed your pregnancy and been given a due date to consider, what should you do to get ready for a baby? It varies depending on your physical, emotional, and financial needs. If this is your first pregnancy and you haven’t got a clue about what to do next, don’t worry. OBGYN High Desert has you covered because we’ll explain in greater detail some of the ways our patients get ready to give […]

September 14th, 2018|OBGYN News|

Overcoming Stress During Pregnancy

For most women, a normal amount of stress during pregnancy is perfectly safe. In cases of severe stress due to the mental pressure or depression, abuse, being injured in a traumatic way, etc. can lead to premature labor and other complications. It is unlikely that any of the above for mentioned things will happen to you during your pregnancy, but if they do visit Reza Ahmadinia OBGYN in Apple Valley. and talk to Dr. Ahmadinia. […]

November 27th, 2015|OBGYN News|

What Is a Healthy Weight While Pregnant

Pregnancy is one of the most amazing times in a woman’s life. You body changes and grows to support the new little life you are nourishing. The question is how much weight should you gain during your pregnancy. Many women literately believe that because they are “eating for two” that they can and should eat everything and anything they want. That is not true, you should only gain 25-30 pounds that is an average of […]

April 24th, 2015|OBGYN News|

Baby Bonding before Birth

A pregnancy lasts for about 40 weeks, and during that time, women will dream about the day that they meet their baby. They will imagine what their little one will look like, and look forward to the moment where they instantly bond with their newborn child. Continue reading “Baby Bonding before Birth” »

February 27th, 2015|OBGYN News|

Preparing for Labor

As a woman nears her due date, it’s time to start preparing for labor and delivery. While a woman’s pregnancy is estimated to last for about 40 weeks, it’s important to remember that a baby can come a few weeks early or a couple weeks late. Continue reading “Preparing for Labor” »

January 30th, 2015|OBGYN News|