Pregnancy is always associated with a number of doubts and myths. As it is all about giving birth, there are various sorts of tensions in the pregnant woman not only about the health of the baby but also about her own health. Now with the Covid-19 pandemic, the tensions and fears are on the rise. The same also continues with the COVID vaccination. Fake news against vaccination for pregnant women which is spreading on social media, creates fear among the pregnant women? Is there any valid reason for these fears? Let's look. Pregnancy & Chances of Catching Covid-19 Studies prove that
The World Health Organisation quotes “We still do not know if a pregnant woman with COVID-19 can pass the virus to her fetus or baby during pregnancy or delivery. To date, the virus has not been found in samples of amniotic fluid or breastmilk.” As Coronavirus continues to spread, we are exploring and learning more about the virus and the ways to protect ourselves from it – from following social distancing to washing hands well and often and wearing masks in public. While these are the safety measures for adults, parents might wonder how they can protect their babies and toddlers.
“And so it was.. That she having waited long & endured patiently, realized & obtained..WHAT GOD HAD PROMISED” - Hebrews 6:15 Getting pregnant and carrying a pregnancy to term are actually very complicated processes.Many things can go wrong during these processes to lead to infertility. What is female infertility?Female infertility refers to infertility in female humans. Infertility is defined as trying to get pregnant (with frequent intercourse) for at least a year with no success. What causes female infertility? Tubal factor: Any injury to the fallopian tube can cause infertility. Fallopian tube is a structure that carries eggs from ovary