Pregnancy anxiety in COVID, COVID Vaccination and if this is the right time to plan the baby.
There’s still a lot we don’t know about COVID-19, particularly when it comes to pregnancy. Nearly 10% of women experience anxiety during pregnancy. During the pandemic, rates of anxiety during pregnancy and postpartum have more than doubled.
While 29% of pregnant women reported having anxiety prior to the pandemic, a staggering 72% are dealing with anxiety during the pandemic. Pregnancy Anxiety can lead to depression and isolation, which makes it difficult to have a healthy pregnancy or care for a newborn.
Meet Dr. Dhwani Mago Senior Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist to learn about Pregnancy anxiety, pandemic, COVID Vaccination, and if this is the right time to plan the baby.
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