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PREGNANCY DURING COVID 19

Is The Coronavirus Affecting Pregnant Women?

Pregnant women have been placed on the vulnerable group.  In addition to the CDC guidelines for the Coronavirus, it is important to keep a strong immune system. Please follow the updates directly from American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and as much as possible keep your OB appointments while following social distancing and protective gear guidelines.

 

Should I Breast Feed If I Have Covid 19?

More research is needed to ascertain the precise transmission of the Coronavirus between mother and child.  There has been a small number of new born babies reported cases testing positive for the Covid 19.

 

Coronavirus And Prenatal Classes?

Check with your healthcare system for prenatal classes availability. If your prenatal classes have been cancelled this 3 part series may be helpful.

Part 1  Prenatal virtual class

Part 2  Labor and Birth prenatal virtual class

Part 3  Postnatal virtual class (watch prior to babies birth)

Author
Dr. Robert C. Siudmak, F.A.C.O.G., OB/GYN & Aesthetic Medicine Board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist with 40 years of experience in all areas of OB/GYN care. Dr. Siudmak provides women's healthcare based on a philosophy centered on optimizing quality of life, conservative intervention and organ preservation at Total Women’s Healthcare.. As an experienced caring coach to the natural process of childbirth Dr. Siudmak’ has delivered over 15,000 babies while his primary C-section rate is under 18 percent and has successfully performed over 1,200 VBACs. Expanding upon his 30 years of experience with laser treatments, Dr. Siudmak added the MonaLisa Touch® vaginal laser rejuvenation procedure to optimize women’s vaginal health and pain free intimacy.

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