El Cajon doctor awarded 2012 Leading Physician of the World

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Anaan Moshi, 32, El Cajon, is 15 weeks pregnant with four babies – three babies in one uterus and one baby in her second uterus. Moshi's unique condition, uterine subseptate is a uterine malformation resulting in a double uterus.

Moshi has one older child, 10, but she and her husband wanted more children. Treated with ovulation induction medications, Moshi’s due date is hard to predict and her pregnancy is considered high risk, but the family decided to keep all four babies despite the complications.

Anaan Moshi, 32, El Cajon, is 15 weeks pregnant with four babies – three babies in one uterus and one baby in her second uterus. Moshi's unique condition, uterine subseptate is a uterine malformation resulting in a double uterus.

Moshi has one older child, 10, but she and her husband wanted more children. Treated with ovulation induction medications, Moshi’s due date is hard to predict and her pregnancy is considered high risk, but the family decided to keep all four babies despite the complications.

Women’s health care and complicated pregnancies are a specialty of Dr. Deena Tajran and she treats many of these specialty patients in her El Cajon office.

Tajran specializes in obstetric and gynecologic care, and minimally invasive gynecologic surgery including da Vinci Robotic Surgery, which she said is irreplaceable.
“The beauty of it is less pain and fewer days in the hospital,” she said.

El Cajon resident Muna Shaba, 46, had a hysterectomy performed by Tajran using the robotic hands executed via four incisions in her abdomen. She said her “magical hands came in handy” and that she is devoted to her doctor for her supreme care.

“I’m so proud of her as a women, as a mother, and she’s an amazing person,” said Shaba.
Another procedure Tajran recommends is to save the baby’s umbilical cord from the placenta after birth, as she has seen this practice save the lives of that child or a sibling later in life.

“Stem cells were used from the youngest baby for the oldest child who had Leukemia in one case,” said Tajran. “There are a variety of companies to contact to choose from to save your cord before a birth occurs.”

Tajran said it is not always good news that a doctor has to deliver to patients. Many times infidelity is involved and diagnosis of sexually transmitted diseases, stillborn babies, infertility, perimenopause and a myriad of other conditions are messages that have to be delivered.
“It’s in the delivery,” she said. “It should be very delicate.”

With more than 15 years of practice and having delivered hundreds of babies in the United States and in her native Iraq, Tajran is a pioneer and leader in her field.

A recipient of numerous awards, Tajran recently earned the titles as the 2012 Top Obstetrician and Gynecologist in California by The International Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the 2012/13 Woman of the Year Award by The National Association of Professional Women and the 2012 Leading Physician of the World by The International Association Of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

Tajran earned her degree from the University Of Baghdad School Of Medicine, completed her residencies in Internal Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology at Kern Medical Center-U.C.L.A. and earned her board certifications from the American Board of Internal Medicine and American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
With three offices in San Diego, El Cajon, La Jolla and San Diego, Tajran works with the Mary Birch Hospital for Women & Newborn and Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla.

Noor, 22, named her newborn son Savio (Saint). In her eighth month, she said while under Tajran’s care, she was diagnosed with what turned out to be stage three-breast cancer. Noor said he is her “miracle baby boy.”
“My shock turned into distraught at being just 22 and pregnant with stage three-breast cancer,” she said. “Tears and screaming occurred when my family and in-laws learned the news.”

One week after the diagnosis, Tajran performed a C-section birth. Tajran’s treatment with chemo radiation resulted in total remission.

“I plan on telling my son about his birth when he can soak it in and really know the miracle of his birth,” she said.
 

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