Being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety for expectant mothers, but the risks can be minimised, say experts. Photo: Shutterstock Being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety for expectant mothers, but the risks can be minimised, say experts. Photo: Shutterstock
Being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety for expectant mothers, but the risks can be minimised, say experts. Photo: Shutterstock

Coronavirus and pregnancy: experts share how to minimise the infection risk for you and your baby

  • Pregnant women are feeling anxious about the coronavirus and how it could affect their baby, before and after the birth
  • Medical experts offer advice on minimising risk, breastfeeding, delivery, and hygiene procedures

Topic |   Wellness
Being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety for expectant mothers, but the risks can be minimised, say experts. Photo: Shutterstock Being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety for expectant mothers, but the risks can be minimised, say experts. Photo: Shutterstock
Being pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety for expectant mothers, but the risks can be minimised, say experts. Photo: Shutterstock
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