August is National Breastfeeding Month. It’s a great time to increase your awareness about the benefits of breastfeeding. As a new mother, you may wonder throughout your pregnancy if you want to bottle-feed or breastfeed your baby. You may still be on the fence when it comes to making the decision. Speaking to Dr. Ahmadinia of OBGYN High Desert could change your mind entirely and help sway your decision to breastfeed your first baby and […]
Reza Ahmadinia OBGYN provides breastfeeding advice to her expecting parents in the Apple Valley and Victorville area. Working with Gynecology and Obstetrics patients Dr. Ahmadinia offers a wealth of information, with which her patients can have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.
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Congratulations on your beautiful new bundle of joy! Unfortunately, you may have noticed that he or she did not come with an instruction book. That’s okay because at Reza Ahmadinia OBGYN, Dr. Ahmadinia and his staff are more than happy to help you and all new moms who are planning on breastfeeding. Planning a healthy postnatal diet filled with nutrition for both you and your baby should be done at one of your last obstetrics/gynecology visits.
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At Reza Ahmadinia OBGYN, we encourage our new High Desert mothers to attempt to breastfeed. Breastfeeding is the ideal feeding option for you and your baby, as breast milk is incredibly nutritious and beneficial. The body begins preparing to breastfeed during pregnancy, and many women consider this to be a bonding experience after they have given birth. However, some Apple Valley women may suffer from a low milk supply after pregnancy. A low supply can […]
Throughout pregnancy, women hear that breastfeeding is the most natural way to feed their baby. While it seems like it should click instantly, it is challenging for most women to nurse — especially in those first few weeks after the baby arrives. Continue reading “Making Breastfeeding Easier” »