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What if I infect my newborn? Can I breastfeed? As a new mom, your concerns are valid. At this moment, there is no evidence to suggest that the virus can be carried in breast milk so it is perfectly safe to breastfeed. Nothwithstanding, you should be cautious when breastfeeding. As sneezing and coughing on your baby could lead to infection. Safety tips: Wash your hands before touching your baby, bottles or breastpump Avoid sneezing and coughing...Postnatal
COVID-19 spreads as a result of respiratory droplets sent into the air when a person with COVID-19 sneezes or coughs. You are also at risk if you touch a surface contaminated by an infected person. Is my baby Safe? Given it is a new virus, there is no evidence to show that it can be transferred from mother to child via breastmilk or amniotic fluid. In addition, there is no evidence to suggest an increased risk in miscarriage. How to pro...Prenatal
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