No elevated risk of coronavirus in pregnancy, experts say

The new research shows that pregnant women are not more prone to acute Covid-19 symptoms. There is no solid proof that the virus passes to the baby in pregnancy. As per the guidelines issued by the Royal College of Midwives and Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists,…

Early research shows pregnant mom can not pass corona virus to her unborn child

Coronavirus, also called as 2019-nCoV, is a new virus that can infect pregnant women and can even pass to the unborn child. A preliminary study conducted on the virus shows that it may not transmit during pregnancy. This study was carried out on only those expecting mothers who were in their third trimester and delivered…

Dangerous Foods That Cause Miscarriage In Pregnancy You Need To Avoid

1. Raw Eggs:Eggs are a good source of some important nutrients you need for a healthy pregnancy. However, you should not eat raw or undercooked eggs. Homemade mayonnaise, smoothies, mousses, soufflés, and other recipes that use raw eggs should be shun because they may contain salmonella which is a kind of bacteria that can cause…

Is acetaminophen really safe in pregnancy?

Published By Yella Hewings-Martin PhD With up to 70 percent of pregnant American women reaching for acetaminophen to treat pain, infection, and fever, debate about the drug’s safety is ongoing. New research has brought further risks to light. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) always recommend consulting a doctor prior to using any pain medication during pregnancy. Acetaminophen —…

Influenza In Mom During Pregnancy Linked To Increased Bipolar Risk In Children

INFLUENZA INFLUENCE Earlier studies looked into possible links between bipolar disorder or schizophrenia and prenatal exposure to the influenza virus. However, a big problem with much of the previous research is that it was based on mothers’ memories of their health during pregnancy—memories that typically are decades old (and thus prone to inaccuracy), given that…