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What It’s Like to Give Birth with COVID-19 – Healthline

The loneliness of pregnancy and childbirth during the pandemic has been exacerbated for some moms with COVID-19.

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  • The loneliness during pregnancy and childbirth in the pandemic has been exacerbated for some moms with COVID-19.
  • At hospitals, new COVID-19 policies have meant that moms-to-be couldnt have their partners, doulas, and other support people by their side during childbirth.
  • A recent study has found that most babies born to people who had COVID-19 late in their pregnancies are largely healthy and well by the time theyre 6 to 8 weeks old.

Donna Molina was sick throughout most of her fourth pregnancy. Nausea…

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