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+ We recommend pregnant women stop working outside of the home 2 weeks prior to delivery, or at 37 weeks on average. This is so that you can isolate at home for the 2 weeks prior to delivery so that your chance of having COVID-19 when you deliver your baby is as low as possible, to keep you and your baby safe. This is especially important if you work in a job with higher risk of exposure, such as a long term care facility, jail, meat packing facility, or other jobs where social distancing is difficult. If your partner and other children can also stay home during this time, that would be ideal, to decrease your risk of exposure to COVID-19. We understand not everyone is able to do this. If you need a note for your employer stating these recommendations, please let us know.

  • Can depression affect pregnancy?
  • Can I go to the salon for treatments?
  • Can I have dental work while I am pregnant?
  • Can I have sex?
  • Can I see a chiropractor when I am pregnant?
  • Can I travel?
  • How can I tell if my partner is abusive?
  • How can my drug use affect my fetus?
  • How do I know if I have a breast infection/Mastitis?
  • How does excess weight affect pregnancy?
  • How does multiple pregnancy occur?
  • I am experiencing swelling. What should I do?
  • Is it safe to exercise during pregnancy?
  • What are foods I should avoid during pregnancy?
  • What are safe medications to take during pregnancy?
  • What are symptoms of labor?
  • What are the symptoms of depression?
  • What can I do if I have a backache?
  • What can I take for a headache while I am pregnant?
  • What can I take if I have a cold and sinus congestion?
  • What can I take if I have a cough and/or sore throat?
  • What can I take if I have a fever or pain?
  • What can I take if I have allergies?
  • What can I use for facial care?
  • What can I use for Hemorrhoids?
  • What if I have bleeding?
  • What if I have vomiting?
  • What is deep vein thrombosis (DVT)?
  • What is early pregnancy loss?
  • What is gestational diabetes?
  • What is group B streptococcus (GBS)?
  • What is influenza (the flu)?
  • What is postpartum sterilization?
  • What is recurrent pregnancy loss?
  • What is safe to take for heartburn while I am pregnant?
  • What is the Cell-Free DNA Prenatal Screening Test?
  • What is the recommendation for weight gain?
  • What should I do if I am constipated?
  • What should I do if I have cracked or bleeding nipples?
  • What should I do if I have diarrhea?
  • What should I do if I have groin pain?
  • What should I do if I have leg cramps?
  • What should I do if my baby has thrush or I have thrush on my nipples?
  • What vulvovaginal changes can occur during pregnancy?
  • Who should get vaccinated against the flu?
  • Why am I so tired? What is the best sleep position?
  • Why is drinking alcohol dangerous for my fetus?
  • Why is hysteroscopy done?
  • Why is smoking dangerous during pregnancy?

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