Pregnancy, breastfeeding and covid
During this season of life, especially if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, there may be extra anxiety and stress. Pregnancy and breastfeeding is an already difficult job to do each day, but add on the extra burden of worrying about getting COVID, or not being able to go to the store and you have overwhelming feelings of being out of control. This is okay. Try to take a few moments to take a few breaths. Each generation has struggles, and this generation is no different. One generation lived without refrigerators, some lives without AC, and some even lived without homes! In fact, many people around the world still currently live without all three of those things. America is a first world country, it is am amazing place to live, but it is full of luxury. We want things not and we want it comfortable! Or else! However, America is not immune to illness and we are feeling that now. We are feeling the reality that we truly are no different than other countries and now if our time to show our faith as a God fearing nation.
For MANY ARTICLE on pregnancy, breastfeeding and COVID, please click on the link below. You will be taken to a website with article like:
~ What should pregnant women do to avoid the coronavirus?
~ Should pregnant women wear a mask or face covering?
~ How will COVID-19 affect prenatal and postpartum care visits?
~ How can I stay physically healthy right now?
~ How can I manage stress, anxiety, and depression?
~ Would a home birth be safer while COVID-19 is spreading?
~ What will happen during labor and delivery if I have COVID-19?
~ Where will my baby stay after delivery if I have COVID-19?
~ Can COVID-19 pass to a baby through breast milk?
~ How can I avoid passing COVID-19 to my baby?
NH Birth Center BLOG
This blog has contributions from Doula's and Midwifes from the North Houston Birth Center, along with articles from other medical personnel from different websites with their credit and link at the bottom of each article.