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Pregnancy, Breast Feeding and COVID-19

April 29, 2020

Do you have to take extra precautions during pregnancy? Should you keep your prenatal appointments? Questions often arise with pregnancies and with COVID-19, there are even more.
It’s understandable for you to have additional questions about your health and the health of your baby during these uncertain times. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) addresses many frequently asked questions regarding pregnancy and breastfeeding on its website, including:
  • What special precautions may be necessary
  • What to know about prenatal visits
  • Guidance about delivery
  • Information about post-partum issues
It helps to have guidance, resources and tools to answer questions that arise.  Your obstetrician or primary care doctor should be the primary source to get answers specific to your health.  

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Stay informed by checking these resources for up-to-date information about COVID-19, especially if you’re thinking about traveling.