Pregnancy During Covid: As per WHO, Pregnant women or recently pregnant women who are older, overweight, and have pre-existing medical conditions such as hypertension and diabetes seem to have an increased risk of developing severe COVID-19. Due to changes in their bodies and immune systems, we know that pregnant women can be badly affected by some respiratory infections. It is therefore important that they take precautions to protect themselves against COVID-19, and report possible symptoms (including fever, cough or difficulty in breathing) to their healthcare provider. Dr. Archana Nirula, COO VIVEO HEALTH INDIA, MBBS MPH PGDHA, EX AIIMS with Diploma in reproductive and child health, Diploma in Gynaecological ultrasound and PSI (USA) India coordinator answers questions related with pregnancy during coronavirus Covid 19.Also Read - Covid Vaccination For Infants: Breastfeeding Babies Receive Antibodies From Vaccinated Mothers

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Suppose a woman is pregnant, is it safe for her to visit the doctor for regular check-ups? As a gynaecologist what is your advise to people?

Is it safe to take Covid vaccine during pregnancy?

If the pregnant mother becomes Covid positive what is the advise and treatment advised, any changes in her diet?

If someone in the family becomes Covid positive, then what precautions the pregnant woman has to take to protect herself from infection?

What are the responsibilities of the husband and family members to keep the pregnant woman healthy and safe during the Covid pandemic?