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CDC: COVID-19 Puts Pregnant Women, Babies At Risk Of Serious Complications

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CDC: COVID-19 Puts Pregnant Women, Babies At Risk Of Serious Complications

CDC: COVID-19 Puts Pregnant Women, Babies At Risk Of Serious Complications

As if pregnant women don't have enough to worry about already, the COVID-19 pandemic is presenting them with even more challenges.

Unsettling new research published by the CDC found that women who develop symptoms related to COVID-19 while hospitalized often become critically ill.

According to Gizmodo, the study from the CDC also found women with COVID-19 may be more likely to have a preterm birth or possibly even miscarriage.

About 12% of women with COVID-19 had a premature delivery.


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