INTERNATIONAL REGISTRY OF CORONAVIRUS EXPOSURE IN PREGNANCY (IRCEP)
TRACK YOUR PREGNANCY, BE INFORMED, AND CHAT WITH OTHER MOMS
Now you have a place where to get updated and reliable information on COVID-19 and pregnancy. Learn more here!
COVID-19 AND PREGNANCY: DOES VITAMIN D HELP?
Cases of Covid-19 in pregnant women have not been quantitatively documented but there are a number of case by case scenarios currently in public record. There is no evidence that pregnancy increases the risk of severe Covid-19 or even reduces it for that matter. Even so, doctors do recommend that pregnant women take the necessary precautions that everyone else is taking to prevent getting infected. In fact pregnant women should take more precautions as the natural progression of the disease in pregnancy is unknown. One precaution that has proven successful in the past is getting optimal levels of Vitamin D. Read more here!
ANXIETY DURING PREGNANCY
With COVID-19 on everyone’s mind, it might feel like a scary time to be alive and an even scarier time to be pregnant. If your anxiety is spiking as you worry about getting sick and about your baby, read our blog on The Pulse here andhere for some ideas about managing your mood in this challenging time, and available now, our extensive Expert Report written by one of our doctors!
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GETTING THE BIRTH SUPPORT YOU NEED DURING A PANDEMIC
Anticipating your labor and birth can always be a bit anxiety-inducing, but during this COVID-19 pandemic, it might feel like even more things are up in the air. If you’re planning a labor and birth in the next few months, read on to learn answers to some questions you might have and how you might be able to prepare, even as everything changes. Learn more here!
EXPERT REPORTS ON CONDITIONS, EXPOSURES, AND MEDICATIONS DURING PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
Pregistry has many useful tools to help you during your pregnancy. One example is our Export Reports section, which has reports on more than 250 medical conditions, 75 exposures, and 150 medications during pregnancy and breastfeeding. The reports can be accessed for free and they can be saved and shared with family and friends. Learn more here!