Getting Pregnant (or not) During the Time of Coronavirus

Amy HendricksFamilies, Health Care Professionals, News & Events, Women's Health

During this time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, people have questions about whether or not they should get pregnant. Presently, there’s limited evidence available regarding mother-to- fetus transmission, transmission during delivery, and transmission during breastfeeding. We are learning more daily about if and how mothers with COVID-19 pass the virus to their children in the womb and/ or through breastmilk. It is currently thought that it is very unlikely that COVID-19 causes birth defects. There is some evidence that pregnant women are more likely to get the coronavirus. Visit showyourlovetoday.com to learn more and to know what questions you can ask your healthcare provider as it relates to planning your pregnancy.

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