With the holiday season fast approaching, women may find themselves busier than usual. That’s why we cannot emphasize the idea of self-care enough. Too many women put their needs last and it can have disastrous results. Before you cancel your appointment with OBGYN High Desert because you simply can’t squeeze another activity into your schedule, consider how important it is to see your gynecologist regularly. Doing so prevents disease, provides you with sound advice concerning […]
Prematurity Awareness Month takes place each year in November. The annual initiative was created to raise awareness about the causes of prematurity and the needs of premature babies. As a woman who wants to grow her family, it’s important to know everything there is about the subject so that you can avoid delivering a child prematurely. This month’s blog is dedicated to informing you about premature delivery, why it happens, and the problems it can […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The annual initiative raises awareness about the prevention and treatment of the disease as well as celebrating its warriors. Businesses around the nation make donations in the name of breast cancer research while citizens march, fundraise, and show their support for women and men by sharing posts on social media, wearing pink ribbon merchandise, and donating their time, money, and talents to worthy causes in their communities.
How You […]
When you’re pregnant, your body’s needs change. You are no longer eating for one. Every substance you intake affects the life of your unborn child. That’s why it’s important to start developing healthy habits early in your first trimester. That way, you’ve got plenty of time for the changes to stick and become a part of your daily routine.
Here are five healthy habits for pregnant women to follow:
Take a prenatal vitamin. […]
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 […]