So, you’re trying to conceive and hear that the coronavirus is spreading. What should you do? How worried should you be? In this post, we’ll discuss the risks of coronavirus infection during pregnancy and what precautions you can take to protect yourself and your baby. We’ll also talk about how to minimize any potential impacts the virus might have on your fertility. Stay safe and healthy!
You want to have a baby. You may have been trying for awhile, or this may be your first time trying. Regardless of how long you’ve been trying, the news of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic can feel like another obstacle in your path to parenthood. It’s natural to feel overwhelmed and scared right now, but it’s important to remember that there is still so much we don’t know about this virus. So far there is no evidence that COVID-19 affects fertility or pregnancy outcomes, but it’s still important to take precautions to protect yourself and your baby. Here are a few things you can do to help keep yourself healthy during this time:
There’s a lot to worry about when it comes to the coronavirus. For pregnant women and those trying to conceive, one of the top concerns is how the virus could affect their pregnancies or fertility. While there is still much we don’t know about the virus, here’s what we do know so far about coronavirus and conceiving.
For years, scientists have worked to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus. But until a cure is found, what should couples trying to conceive do if one of them is infected? This question is especially relevant for pregnant women and those hoping to get pregnant, as the virus can cause serious health complications. Here are some tips on how to protect yourself and your partner while trying to conceive.