"Women can remain reassured that pregnancy is not a significant risk factor for them or their babies with COVID-19."
The exception is only for parents who have given birth in the past month, or are expected to give birth in the coming month - "a month before, and a month after your expected delivery."
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According to the Mayo Clinic, uterus didelphys can often cause no symptoms, but the condition can cause complications.
The CDC added that there also may be a higher risk of pregnant women with COVID-19 developing pregnancy complications, such as a preterm birth.
The research involved women who gave birth at Northwestern Medicine Prentice Women's Hospital between March 18 and May 5.
With the new advances, fertility doctors will be able to hand-select the healthiest and quality sperm for artificial insemination, in effect increasing a woman's chance of becoming pregnant.
Many in the Facebook page for the Female Fertility Forum of Israel were fuming at the reported decision, which according to them neglected a majority of the women seeking treatment.
In general, Israeli women aren’t being told not to get pregnant, so why are infertility patients being instructed to avoid pregnancy?
Note: This article should not be considered medical advice