18411 Clark Street Suite #107

Tarzana, CA 91356
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If you are looking for an OBGYN who genuinely cares about their patients, then our OB in Tarzana CA may right for you. Dr. Ayalon is passionate about providing each of his patients with the most comprehensive and detailed care. He strives to empower each patient with knowledge and unconditional support.

Why Choose Dr. Ayalon?

Dr. Ayalon received his medical degree from the Sackler School of Medicine in Tel Aviv, and performed his residency training at Mount Sinai School of Medicine (New York, NY) in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, & Reproductive Science. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of California, Los Angeles where he graduated Summa Cum Laude.

Dr. Ayalon’s many awards and accomplishments include the Mount Sinai OB/GYN department Best Research award in 2007 for his research on “The Effect of Sleep Deprivation on the Fine Motor Coordination in Obstetrics and Gynecology Residents,” which was published in the celebrated American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He also received the Mount Sinai School of Medicine Third Year Medical Students Teaching award.

Overall, Dr. Ayalon has pursued the education and training to offer his patients the best care in Tarzana CA. If you are interested in becoming a patient please contact our gynecologist in Tarzana CA to schedule your first appointment.

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For many women visiting the OB/GYN is easily an appointment to postpone. It is important for women to have a gynecologist they can trust through all stages of life.  Dr. Roy Ayalon is an experienced and accomplished doctor, providing a large variety of gynecologic services for women of all ages.

Dr. Ayalon provides all of his expert medical care with compassion and sensitivity. He gets to know each of his patients personally and will take the time to answer each of your questions with simple and straightforward explanations. You are guaranteed that every visit to Dr. Ayalon’s office will mean you will receive care from the same committed and trusted OB/GYN you’re used to seeing.

Discover how our OB/GYN in Tarzana, CA can help you with all your gynecological health needs by scheduling an appointment at  (818) 654-9312.

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Should I get a flu shot while pregnant?

Not only is it safe, but it is also essential that pregnant women get the flu shot because of the changes in their bodies that make them prone to infection. Once you are 32 weeks into your pregnancy your immune system is suppressed to protect your fetus from being rejected from your body. This leaves pregnant women susceptible to many illnesses like the flu.

Can I get the flu nasal spray during my pregnancy?

Pregnant women should only receive the shot and never the nasal spray vaccine. The shot contains an inactive virus while the nasal spray uses a live virus which is riskier for pregnant women and women trying to become pregnant. Check with your doctor before getting the shot if you have had any severe reactions in the past. While some reactions are not related to the shot, it is always good to take extra precautions. You may need to wait in Dr. Ayalon’s office for at least thirty minutes after receiving a shot in order to monitor your reactions.

What are the risks of not getting a flu shot when pregnant?

Catching the flu during your pregnancy is cause for concern since your suppressed immune system increases the severity of flu symptoms. A case of the flu in pregnancy can lead to pneumonia, hospitalization, or even death. During pregnancy, your heart and lungs are put under extra stress, and your immune system will not work as hard to rid your body of the virus. The flu can affect your baby as well, causing complications like low birth weight, preterm birth, and miscarriage.

What additional actions can I take to prevent catching the flu?

Aside from getting the vaccination for you and your baby, make sure that anyone living with you receives the shot as well. Your family and others living with you are going to be in close contact with you and your newborn. You can take other preventative actions to protect yourself against catching the flu as well. Prenatal vitamins containing Vitamin C help strengthen your immune system. Don’t forget to consume your vitamins and minerals naturally through a well-balanced diet, making sure to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables.

What if I get the flu while pregnant?

If you happen to catch the flu during your pregnancy, increase your fluids intake, eat small meals spread throughout the day, get plenty of rest, and use a steamer to help facilitate ease of breathing. Make sure to monitor your temperature at least once a day and call your OBGYN in Tarzana if your temperature gets close to 100° F or if you are concerned about your symptoms.

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Absolutely. Regular breast exams increase your chances of detecting cancer in the early stages when it is most treatable. An estimated 1 out of 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lives. There are three common breast exams that provide the most successful detection.


Self-examinations should begin as early as the teenage years, but by age 20, women should be performing self-breast exams on a regular basis. They take only a few minutes and should especially be performed one week after the start of your period. The first part of a self-exam should be done in front of a mirror. Check the appearance of your breast from multiple angles and note any changes in breast size or shape. Notice if the texture of your skin looks irritated, dimpled, or retracted.

Clinical Exams

Clinical breast examinations are performed in Dr. Ayalon’s office. Before the exam begins, you should let Dr. Ayalon know about any changes you’ve noticed in your breasts and share your concerns and questions. Dr. Ayalon will address your concerns, answer your questions, and use any information you provide to help find and identify symptoms of breast cancer.


Mammograms are X-rays that are used to identify masses or tumors in the breasts. In this procedure, you will have your breast placed between two plates. The plates compress your breast to get the clearest image possible. This is known to cause discomfort, but will only last for a short moment while the picture is taken. Mammograms can tell if a tumor is present, but not whether it is cancerous or not.

Regular breast exams can ensure your health and give you peace of mind.  Every woman should make it a priority not only to monthly self-examinations but also annual clinical exams with their OBGYN in Tarzana, CA.  You can schedule your routine exam by contacting our office at (818) 654-9312.